Podiatry

How our service can help you

Podiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg with podiatrists working to improve the mobility, independence and the quality of life for patients by providing treatment for a wide range of problems affecting the feet. The service provides six branches of specialist care.

  1. MSK Biomechanics
  2. Podiatry Surgery
  3. Diabetic Foot Service
  4. Nail Surgery
  5. Routine Foot Care
  6. Feet Focus.

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Nail surgery redress

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Referral Information

  • NHS podiatry treatment in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is currently only available to those who fall into either of the following groups:

    People who have a medical condition which can make the feet more vulnerable to complications such as infections and ulcers and who require treatment for a foot condition. Examples include diabetes, circulatory disorders, inflammatory arthritis, low immunity.

    People who require a specific type of treatment for their foot ailment such as foot surgery for minor foot deformities, nail surgery for ingrown toenails, or a gait assessment for foot problems which may require insoles.

    WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE NHS CARE FOR PEOPLE WHO REQUIRE NAIL CUTTING ONLY.

    Self-referral: You are able to self-refer directly into the podiatry service, you do not need to visit your GP. Please click the following link and complete the Online Podiatry Referral Form. If you require a paper copy of this form, or the form in a larger font or alternative language, please contact the service.

    If you would like to know more about the Feet Focus Community Foot Care Service please call or email us.

Where to park and are there parking charges?

  • Car park at all clinic locations. Hinchingbrooke Hospital and City Care Centre is subject to parking fee.

Is there access and support for patients and visitors with a disability?

  • Site dependent, for further information please contact the service.

How to cancel your appointment

Podiatry

How our service can help you

Podiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg with podiatrists working to improve the mobility, independence and the quality of life for patients by providing treatment for a wide range of problems affecting the feet. The service provides six branches of specialist care.

  1. MSK Biomechanics
  2. Podiatry Surgery
  3. Diabetic Foot Service
  4. Nail Surgery
  5. Routine Foot Care
  6. Feet Focus.

Films
Nail surgery redress

Contact the service

Referral Information

  • NHS podiatry treatment in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is currently only available to those who fall into either of the following groups:

    People who have a medical condition which can make the feet more vulnerable to complications such as infections and ulcers and who require treatment for a foot condition. Examples include diabetes, circulatory disorders, inflammatory arthritis, low immunity.

    People who require a specific type of treatment for their foot ailment such as foot surgery for minor foot deformities, nail surgery for ingrown toenails, or a gait assessment for foot problems which may require insoles.

    WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE NHS CARE FOR PEOPLE WHO REQUIRE NAIL CUTTING ONLY.

    Self-referral: You are able to self-refer directly into the podiatry service, you do not need to visit your GP. Please click the following link and complete the Online Podiatry Referral Form. If you require a paper copy of this form, or the form in a larger font or alternative language, please contact the service.

    If you would like to know more about the Feet Focus Community Foot Care Service please call or email us.

Where to park and are there parking charges?

  • Car park at all clinic locations. Hinchingbrooke Hospital and City Care Centre is subject to parking fee.

Is there access and support for patients and visitors with a disability?

  • Site dependent, for further information please contact the service.

How to cancel your appointment

As a patient

As a patient, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Patient Advice and Liaison service  Contact the Trust