Specialist Private Services
If you are looking for physiotherapy, skincare or chiropody treatment in Darlington we have specialist private services within the Practice. Our No-Scalpel Vasecotmy clinic is an NHS service for patients in the Darlington area.
Blacketts Skin & Laser Clinic
The clinic is situated within Blacketts Medical Practice. It has a separate waiting area and treatments are carried out in a comfortable, private consulting rooms.
The clinic offers a wide range of bespoke treatments designed to restore or enhance your natural looks, or treat a specific skin problem. These include laser hair removal, thread vein removal, skin rejuvenation, microdermabrasion, dermal fillers, line and wrinkle reduction.
Carolyn Corner Physiotherapy
Carolyn Corner offer private physiotherapy services in Darlington. They have a small team of three physiotherapists, all registered with the HPC and many years experience.
They are able to treat a variety of conditions including: Back pain, Neck pain, Whiplash, Sports injuries, any joint or muscular pain. They can also help patients with Osteoarthritis, Pre and post operative joint replacements. Home Visits are now also offered by Clare Lester (arranged by telephoning the practice).
Podiatry / Chiropody
The Richardson clinic is located within Blacketts Medical Practice in Darlington Town Centre, and you don’t need to be registered with Blacketts to attend. The practice provides facilities for disabled patients with a large free car park for all patients.
Experienced and qualified podiatrists, Lucy Richardson and Debra Diegan assess and treat your feet and give you preventive advice and treatment to address the cause of your foot problems, including treatments for: Corns, Callus and Nails, Musculo Skeletal and Biomechanical problems, In-growing toenails, Verrucae, Diabetes foot screening.
Blacketts Medical Practice in Darlington is now performing the no-scalpel procedure at a special clinical suite in its Bondgate premises.
GP Andrew Michie has been performing the operations for the past eight years at the town’s Dr Piper House, under arrangements with the Co Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust.