Virtual Injury Clinic

Virtual Injury Clinic

Stay Home, Save Lives!
All you need is your Phone, weekdays 6-7pm

Free Virtual Injuries Clinic during Covid-19

In these unprecedented times, we all need to help our communities and reduce the strain on our emergency services. We also appreciate that there is a lot of uncertainty and anxiety around and want to help reduce some of the stress you may be feeling.

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MSK Injuries

If you have suffered an injury and are unsure if you should go to hospital or your GP why not ask a specialist directly?

Virtual Experts

Our team of musculoskeletal experts offer “virtual” consultations, thereby giving you the option of a specialist opinion from an experienced Consultant without needing to step outside your front door.

You do not need a referral to use this service.

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Virtual rehabilitation

We also have access to a team of rehabilitation specialists who may be able to help you “virtually” if that is what is needed.

Virtual X-ray and Scans

If you have had an injury recently and had x-rays taken elsewhere, if they can be viewed we are happy to provide a second opinion if requested. MSK Doctors have our own Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), it may be possible to upload and view your scans with our portal.


Covid -19 – Stay Home Save Lives

We are offering diagnostic consultations free of charge during the Covid-19 pandemic to help reduce the numbers of patients needing to go to accident and emergency in person.

There are limited spaces as our NHS consultants are still working full time in their day jobs so slots will be allocated on a “first come, first serve” basis.

Weekdays 6:00-7:00 pm

What you will need and things that might help

1) Access to the internet
2) Camera, speaker & microphone either through a smartphone or computer
3) A tape measure
4) A felt tip pen

Optional extras that might help to make consultations easier.

5) Headphones with mic
6) Good lighting
7) X-rays, Scans
8) List of medications
9) Past Medical History


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