The podiatry service is primarily concerned with the assessment, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease affecting the feet and lower limbs. Following assessment and diagnosis, treatment is focused on relieving symptoms and maintaining functional independence with the key delivery of the service focusing on benefits of:

  • Foot health promotion
  • Reducing secondary care intervention 
  • Maintaining independence of vulnerable groups through good foot health
  • Preventing mobility difficulties through earlier intervention allowing patients to remain in their own homes / maintain their activities of daily living

Access to Podiatry services provided by MPFT?

Access to NHS Podiatry service assessment provided by MPFT is predominantly by GP or consultants referral. However, if you wish to seek private podiatry services across Staffordshire then the following websites may be of assistance:

•    Age UK
•    College of Podiatry
•    Find a Podiatrist

To ensure the Podiatrist you are searching for is Health & Care Professions Council registered contact the HCPC Website


General Information

•    What is podiatry?
•    What is musculoskeletal podiatry? 
•    What is nail surgery?
•    What are foot orthotics?
•    What is high risk foot?
•    What is Podiatric Surgery?
•    What is Forensic Podiatry?


•    Studying to be a Podiatrist?
 

 

Podiatry Contact Details

South Staffordshire

The Grove,
Cannock Chase Hospital,
Cannock,
WS11 5XY

01543 509770

North Staffordshire

Podiatry Service, Fenton Health Centre, Glebedale Road, Fenton, ST4 3AQ

01782 222951

Get in Contact

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR

E-mail: enquiries@mpft.nhs.uk 

Switchboard number

0300 790 7000
(staffed 24 hours a day, every day)

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