Committed as we are to maintaining high levels of service, we understand that you may have anxiety about health and treatment at this time, and want to offer our patients reassurance about our services. We have summarised below Frequently Asked Questions which patients and referring healthcare professionals may have during the Coronavirus outbreak.
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At this time we face a rapidly evolving situation that is unprecedented in modern life but we want to assure all our patients and colleagues of the work being done behind the scenes to support our centres and services.
Our clinical team is led by our Chief Medical Officer (Paul Zollinger-Read CBE) and our Head of Clinical Services (Sarah Whittaker) who are both in regular contact with our colleagues in the NHS and Public Health England to ensure we stay up to date with the latest information and guidance. They, in turn, hold regular briefings with the wider team to pass on updates and advice on best practice and support our teams with any questions that they may have. We are extremely proud of the responses of our team as they have risen to the challenges that this pandemic has brought to us all.
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Sports and Exercise Medicine Consultant, Dr Tham Wedatilake, will host two educational talks at Prime Health over the next 2 months.
With only limited spaces available, we invite Allied Health Professionals from across Surrey to join us for these exclusive 1-hour talks at our state-of-the-art centre in Weybridge, Surrey.
Wednesday 30 October 2019 18.30-19.30 – Hamstring Injuries- making return to play decisions?
Wednesday 27 November 18.30-19.30 – Interventions to treat tendinopathy – an evidence-based approach.
There are 30 places available for each talk and spaces are filling fast. To book your place, please contact our Reception Team on 01932 504999.
About the Speaker:
Dr Tham Wedatilake MBBCh (Hons) MRCP FFSEM Dip.SEM(GB&I) completed his Sports and Exercise Medicine specialist training at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. He is a fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine.
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We are proud to announce that Prime Health Sports Massage Therapist, Jodi Clarke, joins the England Rugby team in their pursuit to be crowned World Champions at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Having taken a temporary break from her clinic at Prime Health earlier this year, Jodi joins the England Rugby team as their soft tissue therapist to ensures players are recovered and prepared for the gruelling demands of the games they face at every stage of the World Cup competition.
From all of us here at Prime Health, we wish the England Rugby team the greatest of success and will be cheering them on for every game.
Head over to our Facebook page for updates on Jodi’s World Cup experience.