We provide assessment, treatment and advice to people with more complex foot conditions, who are at a higher risk of developing complications. This includes those who are experiencing loss of circulation and/or sensation or who have a foot deformity.
Our aim is to help you keep your feet healthy and relieve painful symptoms, to ensure you maintain your mobility, remain independent and can avoid an unnecessary hospital admission.
We also want to make sure that you are supported and empowered to self-care, where appropriate, which increases your independence.
We provide podiatry services in:
You can find more service specific information in our service directory by clicking the links above.
Self-care advice and information
To support you to effectively and confidently manage and understand your condition and look after your feet, below you can find a library of resources that we have pulled together. This includes factsheets, apps and websites.
Nail trimming advice
|Athlete's foot/Fungal Infection||59 KB|
|Foot care advice||196 KB|
|Foot ulcers||63 KB|
|Footwear advice||164 KB|
|High risk feet||55 KB|
|Increased risk feet||55 KB|
|Ischaemic feet||54 KB|
|Low risk feet||51 KB|
|Heel pain||106 KB|
Websites and apps
The College of Podiatry - where you can find foot healing advice and free leaflets to download
Diabetes UK - which has handy guides for taking care of your feet and spotting signs of any complications
Arthritis Research UK - if your podiatry problem is related to arthritis, this website contains useful information and tips for managing the condition
The Circulation Foundation - has information on peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and how to look after your vascular health
Raynaud’s Association - for information about footcare in relation to Raynaud's
NHS Choices - which has lots of useful general information about looking after your health and wellbeing including topics such as falls prevention, weight management, and help and guidance on quitting smoking
Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists - information leaflets for parents and carers on a range of topics, including foot conditions and advice on choosing footwear.
*Pennine Care is not responsible for the content of external websites.