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Podiatry and Orthotic

Podiatrists are the experts in treating a variety of foot and lower limb conditions which cause pain and suffering, leading to loss of mobility. From musculoskeletal foot and ankle pain, including those caused by sports injuries, to skin pathologies such as corns, ingrown toenails and conditions associated with underling medical conditions.

We provide a range of services designed to manage foot problems, including:

  • Musculoskeletal services
  • Diabetic foot services, including assessment and management of foot ulcerations
  • Foot health education and empowerment
  • Foot protection for patients at high risk of limb loss
  • Nail avulsion surgery
  • Dermatology

Who Is It for?

Podiatrists work with people of all ages and play an important role in helping all to stay mobile and independent.

This service is open to residents of Cwm Taf Morgannwg who have foot or lower limb problems which affect their health or mobility.

Each case is assessed on an individual basis and, if treatment is required, an agreed treatment plan will be implemented reflecting what matters to the patient.

The service does not provide social nail care in line with All Wales provision. Age Connect Morgannwg provide a nail cutting service across Rhondda Taff Ely, Merthyr and Cynon and Bridgend areas. Link available below or alternatively you can telephone 01443 490650.

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Can Anyone Use This Service?

To have assessment with a podiatrist, you will need a referral from your GP, practice nurse or health visitor.

Opening Times
9:00am to 4:30pm

Community Podiatry Services for our residents in Bridgend are provided by Swansea Bay Health Board.
Contact Them on 0300 300 0024

What to Expect

The podiatrist will assess the health of your feet and lower limbs. If any issues are identified, these will be discussed with you and your podiatrist will explain how these might affect your future health or mobility.

Your podiatrist will work with you as you make choices about how you will manage these risks, before you agree a plan to manage your condition; which may require you to make changes to your lifestyle habits.

If your condition is unlikely to affect your health or mobility, you may not be eligible for NHS treatment.

Contact Us
Podiatry and Orthotic Department
Telephone: 01443 443003 or 443005

Musculoskeletal (MSK) Podiatry
foot treatment
Nail Surgery
Diabetes and High Risk Foot Service
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