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General health website for health tips and for searching medical terms.
Find your nearest GP clinic.
You can use the List of Registered Medical Practitioners – also known as the medical register – to check details of all the doctors who are registered with the General Medical Council (GMC).
Comprehensive descriptions and articles of interest about many of the complementary therapies, alternative therapies and massage therapies available in the United Kingdom. The site contains a search field to find an alternative therapist of your choice, nearest to your location.
Looking for a GP or specialist who works within the NHS? Search the NHS Choices website to find a particular service, GP, GP practice or a named consultant at a hospital.
MediSpera specializes in the marketing and distribution of non-invasive, non-surgical medical devices that afford a rapid rehabilitation and pain-relief, for a speedier return to work and active life style – all aimed at improving patients’ quality of life. This site provides details of physiotherapy, pain relief and rehabilitation devices.
First published in 1845, this directory has established an enviable reputation for the quantity and extent of its information on UK-registered medical practitioners. It provides mini career profiles of doctors listed A-Z by surname. Each record contains, if available, full name, primary and other qualifications, professional contact details, current and past appointments, specialty, society memberships, and special interests. Qualification information within the directory is sourced from the General Medical Council (GMC).
Helps you to find an appointment with a qualified local physiotherapist with over 500 clinics nationwide.
UK government page with information regarding private and public transport information for disabled persons.
Step-free access means lifts, ramps and level surfaces so you do not have to use stairs or escalators, and can avoid the step and gap onto our trains, buses and boats.
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