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Podiatry (foot health)

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The podiatry service provides a high quality, fully comprehensive foot health service for conditions affecting the lower limb. We assess, treat and advise patients with foot health disorders in order to maintain and maximise their quality of life and so encourage a healthy active life with feet that function normally and without discomfort.  
The service is available, regardless of age, for those with a podiatric medical need.  However ongoing treatment is dependant on having a specific condition.
 

What to do if you think you need to see a podiatrist

You can self refer to visit a clinic by filling out a referral form and returning it to the address stated on the top of the application. 

Contact details, and the relevant referral form can be found from the drop down lists below. GPs or other health care professionals can also make referrals on your behalf.

Contact details, and the relevant referral form can be found from the drop down lists below. GPs or other health care professionals can also make referrals on your behalf.
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