Our Practice internet site is intended primarily to provide information about our Practice and Services. We have taken care to ensure that all information is provided is accurate and valid.
The Practice accepts no responsibility for use of the information provided. The advice for patients is as comprehensive and accurate as possible, but it can only be of a general nature and should not be used as a substitute for a consultation with a medical professional.
The Internet can be a useful resource for researching medical conditions. It also has inherent weaknesses that you should be aware of. If you use the Internet for medical research or information, please be aware of the following points:
- Always look for a balanced view – do not rely on advice from one site and seek a balanced viewpoint.
- Remember that anyone can publish anything on the Internet. Make sure that the authors’ names and their qualifications are included – anonymous information may not be sourced accurately.
- Be aware that advertising might influence the site contents – check for commercial sponsorship or for advertising which might influence the information on the site.
- Check that the website is updated regularly.
- Beware that Website information or advice sourced from outside the UK might describe treatments not available in the UK.
We cannot guarantee that this website will meet your requirements, or that it will be of satisfactory quality, or that it will be fit for your particular purpose, or that it will not infringe the rights of third parties, or that it will be secure.
Further, we cannot guarantee uninterrupted access to our Website, or the sites to which it links. We accept no responsibility for any damages arising from the loss of use of this information.
If you decide to use our online advice or consultation features you must be aware that it may be deemed that a physical examination is necessary, however, intermediary advice will be provided on the symptoms, history, MOI and verbal assessment which the practitioner has conducted.