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With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

We take pride that our practice population spans the local area helping us to care for patients of all ages and backgrounds. Our practice team consists of Doctors, Nurses, Managers, Health Care Assistants, Receptionists, Administrators and Clinical pharmacists, in addition we have strong links with community staff such as Midwives, Health Visitors, and District nursing teams.

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The getUBetter app is provided free of charge by BNSSG CCG for patients registered
at Crest Family Practice. It can be accessed on a Smartphone or on the Web and
guides you day-by-day through a sequence of exercises and tips to help you get better
from a range of new or recurrent musculoskeletal conditions:

• Lower back pain
• Back and leg pain
• Neck Pain
• Shoulder Pain
• Ankle Pain
• Knee Pain
• Soft Tissue Lower Limb
You will be referred to the App by one of our GPs or Physio, or you can self-register by

link or the App image

Please use an email address that is unique to you and select the condition you need
help to manage. You will then be sent an email with all the information you need to
get started.

You can download the getUBetter App to your Smartphone for easiest access or use
the Webapp

If you develop another condition register again with the same email address, select
your new condition and it will be added to your account.

The app will also connect you to your local; treatment, healthcare providers or
support services if needed like Physiotherapy.

                     

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(Site updated 14/10/2021)
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