The community podiatry service provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment to a range of patients with lower limb and foot problems, including;
- People with long term conditions such as diabetes, vascular disease, amputees, connective tissue disorders, stroke, Parkinson's disease
People with multiple and complex needs e.g. dementia, falls
- People with biomechanical problems e.g. gait /postural problems
- People requiring wound care to the foot
- People requiring nail surgery
- People with severe foot and ankle problems and conditions.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) has caused restricted access to podiatry services but staff have continued to provide full-time emergency and urgent care for patients.
Find out if you are eligible for treatment
All referrals are triaged against our referral criteria.
Please see the attached Caseload Matrix to see if you are eligible for treatment.
We are unable to provide treatment for patients who do not have a medical condition that impacts on foot health or who have a minor foot problem
Request an asessment
- Download our application form to request community podiatry assessment.
- Request a community podiatry assessment via our online form.
Many lower limb and foot problems (particularly in the elderly and in people with long term conditions), need on-going care and management to keep them mobile and pain free.
Find out more about the services we offer here.
We have gathered information that will help you to manage your condition at home. This information is not intended to replace a consultation with an appropriate qualified health professional; however, it may help improve your situation or ease pain until you are able to have a consultation.
Find out more here.
Our services are provided in a wide range of community settings across Derbyshire including; health centres, clinics, patient homes, GP surgeries and prisons.
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