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Stickland Pharmacy - South Kensington

Stickland Pharmacy Disability Aids Hub in South Kensington

Stickland Pharmacy offers a convenient Central London access point for Mobility Aids and Disability equipment via it’s Mobility2You Hub in South Kensington. Located inside South Kensington Underground Station, Amish and his friendly team are very well experienced with supporting patients who live in the local neighbourhoods of Chelsea, Belgravia and Knightsbridge.

Whether you’re looking for a back support for lumbar pain, incontinence pants for a family member with bladder weakness or a walking aid the team at Stickland Pharmacy & Disability Equipment Hub can guide you towards the best product for your needs. The Pharmacy keep essential products such as walking sticks and bed pads in stock and has a vast catalogue of items available for next day delivery into store. 

As an NHS Pharmacy you can be sure that any advice you receive on disability aids for yourself or a loved one is backed by a core understanding of your individual healthcare needs. Using their detailed condition specific knowledge, the team at Stickland Pharmacy will be able to provide advice on guidance to living with a variety of conditions including Arthritis, COPD, Dementia, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Hip / Knee Replacements, Parkinsons, Stroke and many more. 

The Pharmacy also offers cbme personalised CBD products including their Relieve dried apricots infused with CBD and turmeric for relief of arthritis pain. You can find out more about cbme here

Below we’ve answered some common questions relating to the Stickland Pharmacy Mobility2You Hub

I’m travelling to the UK for an operation and need mobility aids for my recovery. Can Stickland Pharmacy Help?

The team at Stickland Pharmacy have many years of experience handling post-surgery mobility equipment queries. They also regularly source items for Private Occupational Therapist (OT) or Physiotherapist Prescriptions. Whether you are having an operation in a local NHS Hospital such as Chelsea & Westminster Hospital or privately at the Cromwell Hospital, Cleveland Clinic of another Harley Street Clinic, your care team may request you to have certain items to be discharged. Simply contact Stickland Pharmacy and they will source whatever you need to ensure a seamless and stress free recovery.

What sort of items might I need when coming home from hospital? 

Everyone’s recovery is different so your exact requirements should be discussed with your primary care team. However, generally mobility aids that help you get around independently. Commonly this could be an aid to help with going to the loo - like a raised toilet seat & frame or commode - as well as something to help you have a bath or shower - like a shower stool. Depending on the type of procedure you have had you might also need crutches - Stickland offer the basic style as well as more high end alternative open cuff crutches - or a wheelchair to help you move around. 

What is VAT Relief and can I get it on Mobility Aids from Stickland Pharmacy?

If you live in the UK and have a long term health condition such as Diabetes, Stroke or Alzheimer’s you are eligible for VAT relief. You can find a full list of conditions online. This means that you do not have to pay the 20% VAT on aids which are designed specifically to be disability aids - such as wheelchairs, rollator walkers and bath seats. Speak to the Pharmacy team for more information about VAT exemption. 

Where can I find Stickland Pharmacy & Mobility Aids Hub?

Stickland Pharmacy offers a wide range of disability equipment for all budgets. Whether you need an affordable kitchen trolley or a high end electric folding mobility scooter, Stickland Pharmacy can help. Stickland Pharmacy is located in South Kensington Tube Station near the Natural History Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum. It is near to Gloucester Road, Fulham Road and the Kings Road in Chelsea. A taxi will be able to drop you outside the Pharmacy if required just ask them to go to the Underground station. You can view the Pharmacy on Google maps below.

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