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Since our formation in 2002, TRB Chemedica (UK) Ltd have established numerous links and partnerships with many specialists, doctors and health authorities. It is intended that this page will provide our visitors with links to other websites that may be of use to you.

Go to the "Find An Expert" page for a list of clinics that offer OSTENIL® injections, and for Opticians, Optometrists, or Ophthalmic Consultants specialising in a Dry Eye service.  

Any links provided are for information purposes only and do not constitute advertising or recommendation. Please also note that we are not responsible for the content of any external website.

If you would like to have a link on this or the "Find An Expert" page and have your practice included on our website then please email  for further information, or call 0845 330 7556. 
The TRB Chemedica International website.


Consultants, Private GPs, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Opticians/Optoms:

  For a list of specialists please go to "Find An Expert" page.




 Butterflies Eyecare.
Sells all Vismed® products to general public.

Eye Solutions Online.

Specialist supplier of eye care products, including Vismed®.

Online chemist that sells all Vismed® products.

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Information Websites:


 Football 4 Football.
All about Football: Equipment, Nutrition, Injuries, Tips & Tricks, and much more. For junior and senior players, coaches, and parents. 

Shoulder and elbow problems. 

The Kneedoc.
Knee problems. 

The Pain Clinic.
Back and neck pain, muscle sprains and aches, minor ligament injuries, arthritis and other joint or nerve problems. 

Healthi Nation.

Aimed at American audience but still useful general information, e.g. on Osteoarthritis, series of short video clips:


NHS Choices.
Information on many complaints and disesases, including Dry Eye.


The Good Hope Hospital
Eye Department based in Birmingham.
Speciality: All kinds of eye diseases. Treatment and information.


The Dry Eye Zone.
Dry Eye Disease. With Patient Discussion Forum.



Sight Solutions.

Speciality: All kinds of eye diseases, including Dry Eye. Treatment suggestions and information.

All About Dry Eyes.
Dry Eye Disease. Treatment Suggestions, Information, Patient Discussion Forum.

News Updates: The All About Dry Eye Daily.

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Patients' Associations:

  The British Sjögren's Syndrome Association (BSSA).
A registered charity and self-help organisation. 

European patients' campaign to get preservatives in eye drops banned. 

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Professional Organisations:  British Institute for Musculoskeletal Medicine (BIMM).
Education and research in musculoskeletal medicine. 

British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK).
Purpose: brings together knee surgeons with the single aim of improving their patient's care.
Orthopaedic educational website.  


Elite Clinical Education.
Courses in podiatry and lower limb disorders.    

North of England Ophthalmological Society (NEOS).

Purpose: to promote postgraduate ophthalmic education in the northern counties of England and North Wales.


The Midland Ophthalmological Society (MOS).
 to advance the knowledge, understanding and practice of ophthalmology. 


The Ultrasound Site.

Purpose: to facilitate online learning for those who perform musculoskeletal ultrasound.


Association for Chartered Physiotherapists with an interest in Orthopaedic Medicine and Injection Therapy (ACPOMIT).
Purpose: a Professional Network recognised by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

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Suppliers to Professionals:

Supplier of Ostenil® products to sports injury clinics and physiotherapists. 

Charities supported by TRB Chemedica (UK) Ltd:  

  Sunshine Foundation: an Indian charity that helps the psychological, physical and social development of abused and underprivileged children and women from rural areas.

Vision Care for Homeless People: provides eyecare services in the UK to homeless and other vulnerable people. 

Guide Dogs for the Blind Association: breeds and trains working dogs to help people who are blind and partially sighted to be able to enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else. 


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