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Useful websites & resources

On this page we will list some useful website resources for patients

Mental Health Support

Physiotherapy self referral - patients are able to self refer to Physiotherapy Advice Line on 0300 555 0210 Monday to Friday 8.15 am - 5pm or if you cannot call them, use this self referral form

Hetty's Hospital - an app and website which helps reduce anxiety for kids in hospitals. available on the App store or Google Play

Dynamic Health

If you are living with pain due to your joints, muscles or nerves then you can access NHS Physiotherapy advice and treatment directly from DynamicHealth, provided by Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust. To find out more, simply visit, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.’

Please take a few minutes to check out our website if you haven’t already and like, follow and share to support us on social media. The team has a proven track record of providing modern, high quality and responsive care, as evidenced by the Trust’s good rating awarded by the Care Quality Commission.

We are a frontrunner in supporting the national shift towards empowering patients to self-care and stay well, with our patients finding resources to enable them to manage their musculoskeletal conditions themselves (where it’s clinically appropriate). There is also information that goes beyond relevant exercises and how to access our services, to offer general health and wellbeing information. For example how diet and even sleep can affect, and be affected by a person’s musculoskeletal condition(s).


Acne Self Care Leaflet

Common Cold Self Care Leaflet

Constipation Self Care Leaflet

Sinusitis Self Care Leaflet

Sore Throat Self Care Leaflet

Sprains and Strains Self Care Leaflet a great resource for all those pains - without seeing a Physio


for survivors of childhood abuse, there is a helpline number


mental health and they have a helpline number


they have a helpline too


They have a helpline and hopefully they will clarify how it can be used.


They have a nurse information line


Family lives have a helpline for parenting and family life


This is an organisation who helps helplines! There is a huge directory!


This is for people suffering from arthritis


help line for parents worrying about the mental health of their child


help and support for muslim women

mental health support group based in Cambridge.

Health Apps



This one is brilliant. It is free and it is a peak flow diary as well as doing that scoring system.  You can make your own asthma plan in there and it will send you alerts on your phone about air quality!!



This is a computer programme  for all those patients we have with insomnia. You do a little sleep score and then they have some guides to download.

Calm Harm

This is a free app aimed at teenagers who self harm but it can also be used by young adults.


Mood Tracker by Tyneside Mind

This is free and there are a lot of similar ones out there but it looks a good one and it can be useful for people to start to notice their mood and what affects it.



This is to learn mindfulness. It is a useful app and the first 10 sessions are free.

Travel Resources - suggested by a patient who found them useful.

Diabetes travel supplies, medication tips

Airports and special needs travel - a complete guide

Checking for bowel cancer - catchy you tube video below

For people working with children  

Hunts Community Cancer Care Network



Oxygen treatment for bone, bladder and brain damage.  As well as M.S. sufferers, oxygen assists with many complaints from neurological, internal problems to fractured limbs.   It helps with quicker recovery and improvement to your condition.

They also offer several other therapies from Aromatherapy to Shiatsu.

Please telephone Fiona on 01480 458688 to discuss your needs.


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