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Crossgar SurgeryJames StreetCrossgar, BT30 9JUTel: 028 4483 0230
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Special interest in joint injections and minor surgery
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP), is a registered nurse who has undertaken specific advanced nurse training. The ANP provides and additional and complimentary Service to your doctor and will be available for independent consultations
Our Practice Business Manager and is responsible for the overall management of the practice and the services offered
First Contact Physiotherapists
Our first contact physiotherapists are experts in problems with your joints, muscles and soft tissue (back pain, neck pain, painful joints or spasms and strains).
The physiotherapists will give you advice and may provide you with exercises and discuss medication. If they feel you require a course of physiotherapy treatment they can refer you or advise you to self refer. They will be able to discuss medication that may help you and may prescribe medication
Social wellbeing affects how people feel about themselves how well they function and the overall quality of their life. Social workers work with individuals, families and communities to improve their social wellbeing.
The social workers can:
~ discuss any issues you are facing
~ explore what is important to you
~ agree what help they can offer
~ provide you with support
Mental Health Practitioners
Good mental health is just as important as good physical health, and maintaining it should be a priority for everyone. One in 4 people in Northern Ireland will experience problems that affect their mental health. Those with mental health problems often face stigma and discrimination, and fear of these can prevent them from getting help and hinder their recovery.
Your Mental Health Practitioner can
~ provide an initial assessment
~ advise on management of your mental health
~ offer short term treatment
~ direct you to appropriate services
~ refer you to specialist mental health services