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According to the BMJ ( British Medical Journal )

New research on long covid in adults and children supports the multidisciplinary approach to clinical care that is being provided at long covid clinics in England, experts have said.

“Long covid seems to be a condition where multiple symptoms are very common,” said Terence Stephenson, Nuffield professor of child health at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health in London, told a Science Media Centre briefing.

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“Holistic” approach is best, given the range of symptoms say, researchers

Source British Medical Journal

There are currently around 80 long covid clinics in England that take referrals from primary care for adults or children who are experiencing a range of symptoms that might include brain fog, anxiety, depression, breathlessness, and fatigue.

Tim Nicholson, a clinical lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience at King’s College London, said, “People have set up adult long covid clinics according to what their local expertise is, but generally there’s been a similar pattern of service provision, which is multidisciplinary and having general physicians, sometimes with different areas of expertise, but with physiotherapists, occupational therapists, [and] mental health input.”

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“If you have a mixture of symptoms of headache, cough, and dizziness, you probably want to go to a service that can deal with you holistically with all of your symptoms,” 

Professor Terence Stephenson

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