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Podiatry Service provides a comprehensive service to the local population, the
aim being to maintain and promote positive foot health within the local
population irrespective of age. The Podiatry Service exists to ensure
people can achieve their optimum mobility and independence of movement with the
minimum of pain and disability, enabling them to undertake active and
your service provided for?
has a foot problem that meets our referral criteria. We offer:
When to refer to podiatry:
Age Concern provides a nail cutting service for those people not diagnosed with moderate or high risk diabetes ( contact number: 01245 423333) if there is not a family member, carer or friend who can help. The Podiatry
Department only provides treatment for patients with nail pathology e.g.
grossly thickened or infected/painful ingrown toenails. We do not offer
a service for:
When is the service provided?
service is provided Monday to Friday between 9am and 4.30pm
How do you access the service?
patients have to be referred by their GP, practice nurse or another Health Care
Professional for an assessment.
To refer a patient, click on the icon below to access the Community Gateway.