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Who will I see?
The podiatry team comprises qualified Podiatrists and a Podiatry Technician working together to provide advice and clinical expertise for patients experiencing foot problems.
The Podiatry Service is available for adults and children to assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of health problems that affect the feet and lower limbs. Podiatry clinics are based in community health centres, clinics and hospitals in the North West Surrey area. Home visits are extremely limited and are only available for those who are completely housebound.
Access to the Podiatry Service is determined by a combination of the foot problem and the extent to which any medical conditions (eg diabetes) put the foot at risk of serious complications, such as developing a foot wound or losing a limb. Referrals accepted into the service are likely to include people who have diabetes, weakened immunity, peripheral vascular disease, peripheral neuropathy or severe foot deformity.
Please note that the Podiatry Service has exclusions and does not provide a routine toenail cutting service, verruca treatment or treatment of corns / callus for patients with no specific medical conditions.