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A new way to access physiotherapy to get local residents moving 

Residents registered with GP practices in Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill can now self-refer to access physiotherapy.

People can self-refer to physiotherapy via a link which will be available on their GP practice website or via a paper referral form available from their GP practice.  

Patients who self-refer will have the same access to the range of physiotherapy services they would have been offered through their GP, in a convenient and direct way. These include one to one treatment, upper and lower limb classes, back skills training, hydrotherapy and the Osteoarthritis (OA) Escape program.

The Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath will be hosting an open morning at their physiotherapy gym on Tuesday 24 April from 10am - 12pm. Anyone interested in finding out more about accessing the new self-referral physiotherapy service is invited to attend and will also be able to talk to other local organisations including: Mid-Sussex Wellbeing, Community Falls Prevention Services and Places for People -Leisure Centres and Exercise Referral.

The service has also been extended to include hand and wrist conditions with the referral method remaining the same.  Patients will find a separate form to fill in on the website for these specific conditions, with a paper referral form available from their GP practice.  

For more information and to refer online please ​visit:  www.sussexmskpartnershipcentral.co.uk/physiotherapy

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