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Public clinics

DHEZ's Phoenix Building is open to the public. You can arrange to visit our clinics to have your eyes tested, receive physiotherapy treatment, or have your medication reviewed.

We use the latest technology in our Public Clinics, and ensure our patients get a thorough and accurate assessment. 

Students use the latest industry-standard equipment, preparing them for their future workplace. The co-location of researchers and clinicians, and the opportunity to collaborate with business, community and the public, provides a rich learning experience for our students.

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Eye Clinic

The University Eye Clinic provides a full optometric service to staff, students and members of the public within a teaching environment. All clinics are staffed by final year undergraduates under the supervision of Registered Optometrists, Dispensing Opticians or Orthoptists. In addition to our general ophthalmic services the clinic also offers additional specialist clinics in Binocular Vision, Reading Difficulties and Visual Impairment. The Eye Clinic is happy to receive referrals from practitioners in the local community. As a research led facility the Eye Clinic strives to produce the optometrists of the future by exploring ways to enhance the services offered. These services will involve digital developments as they become available.

Find out more about public services offered in our Eye Clinic

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Physiotherapy Clinic

The University`s Physiotherapy and Sport Clinic provides a full range of services to staff, students and members of the public within a teaching environment. All clinics are staffed by 2nd and final year undergraduates under the supervision of experienced Physiotherapists and Sports Rehabilitators.

Our clinic has been recognised nationally for its innovative clinical model with Advanced HE, offers a range of Physiotherapy services which includes; Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Sports Rehabilitation, in addition to various Health, Wellbeing and Performance services.

The Physiotherapy and Sport Clinic accepts patients self-referring as well as referrals from practitioners in the local community. The Physiotherapy and Sport Clinic strives to produce Physiotherapists of the future by exploring ways to enhance the services offered. As such, the physiotherapy team, as part of the DHEZ, will be integrating ‘telehealth’ into its broader physiotherapy approach and, as part of a larger research team these services will involve more digital developments as they become available.

 

Find out more about the public servics offered through our Physiotherapy Clinic.

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