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Clinics we provide


As part of the go2physio pilot which Langworthy Medical Practice is participating in, you may be able to see a physiotherapist directly without having to see your GP first. Pyhsiotherapists are physical activity specialists working with you to enable you to manage your condition. They are expertly skilled to assess, diagnose and manage patients with musculoskeltal conditions in the same way as doctors.

Musculoskeletal conditions such as muscle or joint problems like back pain, knee pain or sprains are best managed by Physiotherapists.

Pyhsiotherapists can transform people’s lives by:
Reducing pain

  • Improving quality of life
  • Keeping people out of hospital
  • Reducing disability
  • Reversing the deterioration of conditions

To complete the self-referral form please access the link go2physio clinics.

Baby, Child health and Immunisation clinics

  • Every Tuesday 1.30pm – 4.15pm
  • No appointment needed
  • Run by a Doctor  and Nurse

Podiatry for Diabetics

  • Assessment by practice nurse with referral if needed

Citizens Advice and Welfare Rights

  • Weekly sessions
  • Appointment needed
  • Book at reception

Smoking Cessation

  • Weekly sessions
  • Appointment needed
  • Book at reception


  • Every Thursday and Friday
  • Appointment needed
  • Book through reception
  • Midwife on request

NHS Health Checks for 40+

  • Appointments needed, available at various times throughout the week. Details from reception
  • Clinic run by Nurse/ HCA. Please check with reception for an appointment time that is most convenient for you

Respiratory clinic and Diabetic clinic

  • Daily  sessions
  • Appointments needed
  • Clinic run by Nurse
  • Please ask at reception

Complementary clinics incl. Homeopathy

  • Various sessions
  • Appointments needed
  • By referral from your Doctor

Psychotherapist Counsellor and Psychologist

  • Appointments needed and available at various times throughout the week
  • By referral from your Doctor

Sexual Health and Family Planning including Emergency Contraception

  • N.B The “morning after pill” can be taken up to 72 hours later
  • Contraception options advice and prescriptions available daily
  • Extended contraception services offered i.e coil insertion  and removal
  • Contraceptive implant insertion and removal
  • Appointment needed
  • Appointments can be made at reception. If you would prefer a female doctor or nurse please say when booking

Minor Surgery

Dedicated Minor Surgery Service

We offer a very friendly service here at Langworthy Practice for removal of lumps and bumps which is undertaken by Dr O Thomas and Nurse Lesley Grundy.

Our service here can treat and remove a number of skin conditions which include:

  • Seborrhoeic Keratosis
  • Skin Tags/Papillomas
  • Moles
  • Lesions
  • Sebaceous/ pilar Cysts
  • Dermatofibromas
  • Punch Biopsies
  • Intra dermal naevus
  • Join Injections to the knees
  • Nodules
  • And much more …

Treatment is quick and easy, with a helpful friendly team, who try to make your experience with us as comfortable as possible.

Coffee and Tea are offered free of charge after surgery and all information regarding your procedure is explained, giving you the opportunity to answer any questions or queries you may have.

Accessing Our Dedicated Minor Surgery Service:

You will need to be seen by your own GP who will refer you if he feels the leion is suitable for removal within our service: Our dedicated admin team will be able to advise you on the earliest available appointment for you at your convenience.

Parking Facilities Available located at back of practice

Waiting times for date is normally within a few weeks

Cervical Smear

  • Appointment needed
  • Usually done by Nurse
  • Please book through reception

Weight Management

  • Weekly sessions
  • Appointment needed
  • Book at reception

Travel Health and Advice

  • Appointment needed
  • Run by nurse

Complementary Therapies and Specialisation

Because of the nature of the group practice, the doctors and nurse practitioners here have developed their own areas of interest so you may be asked to see a specific clinician if you have a particular condition, for example, diabetes, asthma gynaecological and/or hormone related issues. We don’t advertise doctors’ and nurses’ specialties as these can sometimes change.

Additionally, some of the clinicians here use complementary therapies (only with your consent) such as homeopathy and acupuncture on their own patients as part of their routine consultations. There is no charge for any of these therapies apart from normal NHS prescription charges.