Our services

We provide a wide range of community health services across Cornwall and Isles of Scilly including Community hospitals, Minor Unjuries Units (MIU), District Nurses, Community Matrons and our Specialist Palliative Care/Macmillan Service.

We also run a range of services to help people with specific conditions and needs, such as cardiac rehabilitation, dermatology, diabetes, occupational therapy and stroke rehabilitation.

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Abdominal diastasis
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Access to interpreters
Registered Professionals To ensure you receive the best possible care the speech and language team are RCSLT& HCPC Registered Professionals
Accommodation
Health for Homeless Cornwall Health for Homeless is committed to breaking the cycle of poor health and homelessness.
Accurate speech
Apraxia of Speech Dyspraxia is a disorder of speech which is caused by damage to parts of the brain related to speaking e.g. following a stroke or traumatic brain injury. People with dyspraxia know what they want to say but have difficulty coordinating the muscle movements needed to say the words
Acetabulum
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Achieve goals
Elaines Story Elaine Curno, Expert Patient Programme manager tells the story of her own illness and how she learned to manage her symptoms through the Expert Patient Programme.
ACL
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Acromioclavicular
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Active
Over Active Bladder In overactive bladder, this ability to override the bladder messages is reduced. This results in more frequent visits to the toilet, often quite urgently and sometimes not getting there in time.
Acupuncture
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Acute
Expert Patient Programme We provide training and support for adults who are living with a long-term health condition to manage their condition better on a daily basis.
Adaptation
Rehabilitation The Rehabilitation service helps individuals with long term conditions, those recovering after surgery or injury and the terminally ill, to restore physical function, confidence and life-skills.
Adult support
What We Do We provide training and support for adults who are living with a long-term health condition to manage their condition better on a daily basis.
Advice
Patient Advice and Liaison Service As a patient, relative or carer, sometimes you may ...
Advisory
Alphabet chart
Apraxia of Speech Dyspraxia is a disorder of speech which is caused by damage to parts of the brain related to speaking e.g. following a stroke or traumatic brain injury. People with dyspraxia know what they want to say but have difficulty coordinating the muscle movements needed to say the words
Ankylosing spondylitis
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Anterior knee pain
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Aphasia
Adult Speech & Language Therapy The Adult Speech and Language Service provides diagnosis and treatment for adults with communication and swallowing difficulties.
Aphasia Aphasia is a condition, which affects a person’s ability to communicate. This can include difficulties with talking, finding the right words and understanding what people are saying.
Appropriate referral
Information for Nursing Homes There are many residents in Nursing Homes who may experience communication or swallowing difficulties. In order to access the appropriate service to assist with their problems, they rely on the skill of the Nursing Home staff to trigger an appropriate referral.
Apraxia
Adult Speech & Language Therapy The Adult Speech and Language Service provides diagnosis and treatment for adults with communication and swallowing difficulties.
AQP
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Arthritis
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
Arthroscopy
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.
ASLT
Communication Difficulties The Adult Speech and Language Service sees people 18 years and above with a range of communication and swallowing difficulties.
Asphasia
Apraxia of Speech Dyspraxia is a disorder of speech which is caused by damage to parts of the brain related to speaking e.g. following a stroke or traumatic brain injury. People with dyspraxia know what they want to say but have difficulty coordinating the muscle movements needed to say the words
Assist speech
Communication Aids Communication Aids are used to assist or replace speech. These can include writing, drawing, gesturing, signing and using a range of devices
Assisting people with Dementia
Bespoke Courses The Speech and Language Therapy service can provide a range of training sessions for organisations, groups or individuals on any topic related to speech, voice, communication or swallowing.
Attend your appointment
Bladder Diary This diary helps you and us to understand why you get trouble with your bladder. The diary is a very important part of the tests we do, so that we can try to improve your symptoms. Please choose any three days (these do not have to be consecutive days) between receipt of the diaries and when you attend your appointment with the Continence Promotion Service.
Avulsion
Musculoskeletal Interface Service The Musculoskeletal Interface service helps individuals with hip, knee and shoulder problems to manage their condition and maintain independence through the use of therapy, supported self-care, injection therapy, knee bracing and referral to secondary care where appropriate.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury or disability. It also has a key role in the treatment of continence problems.