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I wonder if any one could help me. My youngest daughter who is 38 has just been diagnosed with a severe case of Rheumatoid Arthritis, she always feels better in the warm weather and I wondered if any one with this condition has moved from UK to Costa Blanca and found it has helped them at all, ie: does it alleviate some of the pain and deformity in hands etc. At present she lives in the South West of England where of course it does tend to rain quite frequently and is quite damp and humid at times. I would apprecaite any ones input on this as long term we may decide to move to Spain. Thank you.
The Association of English Speakers of San Pedro del Pinatar (ADAPT) are organising two Awareness Days which form part of the Access for All project. The timetable is as follows: Sunday 2nd October, there will be a special circuit to challenge members of the public on the Explanade in Lo Pagán from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday 3rd October, the same circuit will be installed in the main square, la Plaza de la Constitución of San Pedro del Pinatar from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We are pleased to have the participation of the Mayor of San Pedro del Pinatar Don José María García Ruíz on Sunday 2nd at 12 midday and about ninety students from Aidemar on Monday at 10 a.m. The idea of this activity is to make local residents aware of the problems of access for people with disabilities, their carers as well as parents with prams and pushchairs. The activity is connected to a study carried out by ADAPT into access problems in the town and is sponsored by the Citizens Participation department.
Does anyone out there know an english doctor/english speaking doctor in the pedreguer/denia/javea area that is a bit of an expert on the above subject, either on HRT or natural remedies - tried spanish health service and have been waiting over a year...had enough now, just give me the drugs!!!!
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Hi - I am sure there will be people living in the Valencian Province that are taking lisinopril and Bendroflumthiazide for bringing blood pressure down - is it possible to buy these drugs over the counter at the chemist. At the moment due to a back operation and post operative appointments I don't really want to become resident in Spain as I would like to continue with my consultant in Warrington (incidentally 2 hrs away from my "home town") although have had a holiday property for many years and due to come over to live in the next few months. I'm probably being over cautious but trying to weigh up all eventualities. I'm crossing my fingers that my op has been a success.... Thanks for your time in reading this...
Can anyone please advise. Have looked in the forum history but cannot find the answers. We have moved to Spain after living for nearly ten years in France and we are well past retirement age. We expect to start payng taxes here within the next month. At the moment we are covered by French tourist's cards (old E111's - can't remember the new number they use). Luckily, we are well now but the time will inevitably come when we need to see a doctor. How do we register with a local doctor? Can anyone recommend a good one in Moraira/Teulada/Benissa areas? What are the procedures for visiting - or calling - a doctor here and are any available on a non-paying (i.e. some form of Health Service) or part payment schemes? Any help or advice very welcome as we don't want to be finding out these things when we actually need a doctor.