Allergies, Quitting Smoking, Ear Infections, Foot Infections, Hair Loss, Heartburn, Weight Loss, Travel Medicine, Specialist Referrals, Second Opinion/diagnosis.
Constipation, Diarrhoea, Digestive Problems, Food Poisoning, Gastritis, Gastroenteritis, Heartburn, Indigestion, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Kidney Stones, Norovirus, Stomach Ulcers.
Blepharitis, Conjunctivitis, Ear Infections, Ear Problems, Eye Problems, Hearing Loss, Headaches and Migraines, Swimmer's Ear, Tinnitus.
Contraception, Erectile dysfunction, Herpes (Cold Sores), Urinary Tract Infections/cystitis.
Chickenpox, Cold, Flu, Coronavirus, Glandular fever, Shingles.
Medical emergency symptoms - please call emergency on 111 if you are experiencing:
Actually, no. Telehealth is used today to treat everything from the common cold to post-surgical wound care. Everything from migraines to acne to mental health counselling can be treated while using this technology. It’s common today for doctors to use these tools to coordinate patient care, or to use them in their clinics. Learn more about what we can and can't treat.
If you need a follow up, you and the doctor you should discuss this before the consultation ends. The doctor may suggest booking another telehealth appointment or a face to face visit.
The doctor can “see” a patient via a video screen, but in fact, it’s the patient history that provides about 90% of the clinical diagnosis. A virtual consultation can prevent unnecessary trips to a doctor’s or urgent care clinic. Think of these visits like a “virtual house call;” the doctor sees and diagnoses over a phone or computer screen.