Coronavirus Update

Due to these unprecedented times the safety of our patients and staff is our chief concern. Following national guidance we have stopped face to face appointments where possible.  We will instead be conducting telephone consultations and offering a limited Physiotherapy service, allowing our staff to be redeployed to the hospital front line.

Pain Matters Event 26/02/2019

Living with long term musculoskeletal pain or fibromyalgia? Please come to our free drop in event on 26th February at the Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD between 10:30-15:30. We need you to share your thoughts and opinions! #PainMatters

MSK Physio Georgina Horler supports award winner

We are very proud of our MSK Physio Georgina Horler who has supported Billy Monger with his rehab journey. Billy lost both his legs in a crash at Donington Park and came back against the odds to race again, and won a special award at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards. Below, is […]

Annual Report 2017/2018

Our leadership team share their reflections on the past year as we work to achieve something truly outstanding for the people of Sussex.  To find out more about why it matters and how we are doing, please click here to read our annual report.

Looking after yourself

We have updated our general health information, which can now be found in one page here If you have a musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions, you should be in control of your own health as much as possible, be supported to look after yourself and help manage your own conditions. We do our best to make sure this […]

The latest news from our Patient Partners

Recently our patient partners met at Stamner House to reflect on some of the innovative work tey have been doing and will be sharing some of their work at our up and coming SMSKP Conference. Jenny Preece, Jane Watts and Iris Keppler will be sharing with staff how it feels to be a patient partner.  […]

Find your Right Track to Wellbeing

Do you want to get out and about more, but find aches or pain with your muscles, joints or bones stopping you? You’re not alone. Around 10 million adults in the UK live with conditions such as back, hip, or shoulder pain, osteoporosis or arthritis. Doing what matters to you, whether that’s meeting friends, shopping, […]