Mr Hunt has now resumed face-to-face consultations and has regular clinics at Equinox House, Clifton Park, York. He is also offering all patients remote consultations via video or telephone, for both new and follow up consultations.
Whether you have a sports injury or an ongoing orthopaedic condition, a remote consultation can be very helpful. It is possible to reach an accurate diagnosis and plan the best treatment going forward from the comfort of your own home. Many patients do not require surgery and non-surgical treatment options including online physiotherapy tailored to your condition, an exercise programme at home and other treatments can be started. If surgery is required, patients can be prioritised for surgical procedures once surgery can be resumed.
To book an appointment, please e-mail Charissa Sullivan on email@example.com or telephone her on 07724 909414.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use my mobile phone for video consultations?
Yes. You can use your smartphone, tablet or computer. Ensure you select ‘front camera’ before you connect. Skype or Zoom are both free to use and can be easily downloaded from the links below.
Do I need a referral letter?
Mr Hunt does not require a referral letter but please check with your insurer as to whether or not they require you to obtain a referral letter from your G.P. for a consultation. If this is the case, your G.P. might be able to provide one after a telephone consultation with you.
Will my insurer cover the consultation in the same way as a face-to-face consultation?
Yes. All major insurers are now covering remote consultations but please do check with your insurer when authorising your appointment.
Is the consultation private?
Yes. Mr Hunt will be in a private space where he cannot be overheard. Please make sure you are set up in a comfortable and private environment as you will be discussing your private medical history.
Is the consultation secure?
Yes. The same principles and data privacy as a face-to-face consultation applies and the video is not stored and will not be shared with anyone.
How will I be accurately diagnosed without imaging?
You can still be referred for imaging procedures, if required.