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First Contact Physiotherapy

We would like to welcome Clare Ruston as our new First Contact Physiotherapist. They are highly specialised Physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They can help patients with musculoskeletal problems such as back, neck and joint pain by:

  • Assessing and diagnosing issues
  • Giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions
  • Referring on to specialist services if necessary

You can now self-refer directly by discussing with the Reception Team.

Please see the Services tab above to find a useful introductory video.

General Practice Data for Planning and Research

This practice is supporting vital health and care planning and research by sharing your data with NHS Digital.  For more information about this see the GP Practice Privacy Notice for General Practice Data for Planning and Research.

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks
Walking regularly outdoors is known to benefit our physical, emotional and mental health. Walking and talking come very naturally together and walking in a group can make us feel more connected to each other, reducing loneliness and isolation. It can also improve mood and sleep quality and reduce stress and anxiety. Being in nature or in green spaces has a positive impact on mental health through being in a natural environment and closer to greenery.

Wellbeing Walks (formerly Walking for Health) is England's largest network of free group health walk schemes. Run by Ramblers, we're helping all kinds of people lead a more active lifestyle in a friendly, supportive group. We offer over 1,800 free, short walks every week. 

Puddletown Wellbeing Walks  are supported by Puddletown Surgery. They are free to join and take no longer than an hour.

Where:       Puddletown Surgery  

When:        Every Wednesday at 10.15am for 10.30am start

For further information  contact Puddletown Surgery on 01305 848333. If you would like to join us, you can register by emailing Christine Robertson on christine.m.robertson@hotmail.com.

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