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Dr Andy Knox (Partner at Ash Trees Surgery and Arnside Medical Practice) is currently leading a project for North Lancashire to encourage health and wellbeing for individuals and the wider community.

Currently 1 in every 5 pounds in the NHS is spent as a direct result of our poor lifestyle choices. This is unaffordable for the future.
We want to promote good physical health, rather than dealing with the consequences, and we can guide you in helping you improve your own physical and mental health. To find out more about our self-care inititive, click here.

Please take a few minutes to watch our self-care videos below, covering several topics, and explaining some of the ways this can be done.

        Do I Need Antibiotics?         Asthma - How to use your Inhaler            Being Healthy 


     Let's Talk About Death                        Back Pain Help                      Helping you with Ear Ache


   Helping you with Headlice            Helping you with Ringworm         Helping you with Eczema


Helping you with a Sore Throat         Getting the most out of a                NHS Health Check



   Dealing with Threadworm               Helping you with Tension            Advice on Constipation



   Advice on Gastroenteritis               Staying Well this Winter                Be Active at Work &

                                                                                                                              Live Longer!


Ear Syringing Policy and Advice - As part of our self-care initiative, we are encouraging Patients to follow our Ear Syringing Policy. For further information, please click here.

Memory Clinic - Arnside Surgery holds a drop in clinic every Friday from 12:30pm. This clinic is available to any Arnside patients and/or their carers, who can seek advice and support regarding their memory concerns, or else can discuss memory concerns about relatives/friends in a confidential setting.

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