Lincolnshire Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (LCATS)
Lincolnshire Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (LCATS)

Family and friends survey summary

Our patients are welcome to fill out a family and friends survery at the end of their appointment. The survey helps to give us, service providers and commissioners an understanding into whether our patients are happy with the service we provide and to find out where improvements are needed. The survey is an annonymous way for patients to give their views after receving care or treatment at our centre.

At the end of each month, we collate the results from the family and friends surveys to see how well we're doing or to see where we can improve. We are proud of the scores we receive in these surveys and would like to share our most recent scores with you.


Patient survery

We’d love to hear about your experience – good and bad – of using our services so we can improve what we do. Please take a minute to send us your feedback using the following link: https://www.makeusbetter.net/lincsmsk/

What's new at Lincolnshire Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (LCATS)

Our news

It's ODP Day!

It's ODP Day!

May 14 2020

Charlie Howard, Operating Department Practitioner at Southampton Treatment Centre, got in touch to educate us on today’s ODP Day (14th May). Here she tells us what it means to be an ODP.

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A message from Jim Easton, Chief Executive of Care UK Healthcare

A message from Jim Easton, Chief Executive of Care UK Healthcare

March 26 2020

I hope you are keeping well through this unprecedented and uncertain time in which we find ourselves.

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Health news

Health anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic

Health anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic

September 23 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic you may have felt a heightened anxiety about your health, whether it’s constantly worrying you may have COVID-19 or worrying that y

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Simple ways to connect with nature more, when you can’t get out in it

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Nature is a powerful de-stressor, so getting out in it often is great for wellbeing and physical health. But what about those times when you just can’t get out in it? How can we benefit from nature when we can’t reach it?

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