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Aims and Objectives of service

The MOSAIC service aims to undertake the assessment and management of a range of musculoskeletal and non-musculoskeletal problems (e.g. orthopaedics, spinal, chronic pain & CFS/ME).

Service Description

The MOSAIC service brings together the expertise of experienced physiotherapists, occupational therapists, hospital consultants, pain practitioners, CFS/ME practitioners, pharmacists and well-being practitioners. Together, the service works with patients to coordinate care around their individual needs and offers them access to a broad range of interventions. Patients are seen by the most appropriate clinician according to their needs, at the right time and in a community location close to their home.

Following an assessment within the service, patients may be referred for further diagnostics or offered a range of interventions specific to their needs. Typically this may include musculoskeletal physiotherapy or occupational therapy, individual biopsychosocial treatment, pain or CFS/ME management programmes, self-management workshops, medication review clinics, injections if indicated or onward referral for surgery in hospital if required.

The MOSAIC service also works closely with other healthcare and voluntary sector organisations, providing access to services such as psychological therapies or exercise groups in the community. Our focus is on education and self-management support to best help you manage your condition in the long term.

A copy of the service leaflet can be found here


Patients need to be referred by their GP or if they wish to refer direct to physiotherapy or occupational therapy they can do so at

The service is available 8am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday.

Population Covered

The service if offered to patients who are registered with a GP within Nottingham City

Useful Information

The CityCare physiotherapy website has a range of resources to help with self-management

Arthritis Research UK offer a range of information to support self-management

At a Glance:



0115 883 8320

Accessing the Service

You can be referred by:



Service availability