What is the Podiatry service?

The Podiatry service provides treatment for people who have a condition that affects their feet or lower limbs.

Treatment is tailored to your needs and you will be fully involved in the planning of your care.

What are the objectives of the service?

We offer high quality care to help maintain and/or improve the health of your feet and lower limbs, as well as your mobility.

Who might need the service?

We can support you with a range of conditions including:

  • corns and callus
  • painful nail conditions, and nail conditions that require toe nail surgery
  • some walking difficulties
  • pain in your feet or lower limb caused by a variety of conditions including tendonitis and plantar fasciitis
  • open wounds and ulcers

What type of staff work in the service?

We have qualified Podiatrists and Podiatry Assistants and we work closely with District Nurses, Physiotherapists and the Diabetic Foot Clinic at City Hospital.

Opening hours and contact information

We are open 08.00 – 17.00 Monday – Friday and 08.00 – 13.00 Saturday

Clinics are held at 13 different Health Centres across the City and County, as well as Boot’s in Nottingham’s Victoria Centre.

Home visits can be arranged if you unable to leave your home.

How can people access the service?

This leaflet and form will explain how to refer yourself for a wide range of services. You will need a GP or Health Care professional referral for home visits and more advanced treatment.