Dietitians provide patients everyday information and advice about their food choices.
Nutritionists use their knowledge of food science to help people make the right food choices.
Occupational therapists help patients who have difficulties carrying out day-to-day activities because of a disability, illness, trauma, ageing, and a range of long-term conditions.
Optometrists help people improve their eye health, performing detailed examinations.
Paramedics are the first to arrive on the scene when a patient needs help and requires quick action to save lives.
Physiotherapists help patients improve their mobility and regain independence as a result of injury, operation, disability or ageing.
Podiatrists help people treat and care for their feet and legs.
Social workers make a difference to individuals and families by helping them live their lives more successfully.