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14/06/2021

** Important notice regarding Covid-19 vaccinations ***

Dear Patient,

If we have sent you a link via text message to book an appointment this is bar far the easiest way to book - due to the thousands of vaccine appointments we need to book and associated queries our waiting times on the phone are very long at present. 

First Vaccinations

We have first vaccines available on the 19th and 20th June

Please keep checking this website for updated information.

Second Vaccinations

If you had a vaccination on or before 25th April you can now book your second vaccination. If we have sent you a link via text message this is bar far the easiest way to book. If you have not had a text message then please contact reception after 2pm daily (using option 4) to book your second Covid-19 vaccination.

Oxford Astra Zeneca - We have appointments available this weekend. Please either use the link you have been sent or call reception after 2pm daily.

Pfizer BionTech - We have appointments available this weekend. Please use the link provided or contact reception to book

Please note: If for any reason the gap between your first and second vaccines is longer than 12 weeks then the advice is simply to book as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Pain

Often, chronic pain is an illness in its own right, due to a fault or malfunction in the body's pain system. You may have a painful diagnosed condition such as arthritis or diabetes nerve pain. Or, you may have a painful condition that medical science doesn't fully understand, such as long-term back pain.

Whatever the cause of your pain, it's important that doctors and other clinicians take you and your pain seriously. That's because pain is a complicated, hard-to-treat problem, and the answer may not necessarily always be stronger and stronger painkillers.