Podiatry Service Southport & Formby
Welcome to the Podiatry Department, which delivers high quality assessment and treatment of the foot. All podiatrists are registered with The Health care Professions Council (HCPC) and are supported by foot care assistants.
What is Podiatry?
Podiatry is a specialist area of healthcare which provides assessment and treatment of conditions affecting the foot and lower limb.
We focus on improving function, promoting independence, reducing pain and preventing disease.
What types of treatment are available?
- Diabetic foot management
- Foot ulcer and wound care
- Vascular and neurological foot assessment
- Biomechanical and gait assessment
- Specialist orthotics (insoles)
- Painful nail problems
- Corrective nail surgery
- Corn and callus reduction
- Foot health education
- Advice for self-care
How do I get an appointment?
West Lancashire, Sefton, Knowsley & Liverpool patients can be referred to us by your GP, a health professional or you can make a self-referral.
Once we receive your referral form, we will contact you to arrange an initial assessment appointment with a specialist podiatrist.
Depending on your assessment, you may be offered a package of treatment. We will write back to your GP to inform them of the outcome of your assessment and any ongoing care.
Please download this self-referral form and return your completed application to:
LANCASHIRE CARE FOUNDATION TRUST
SOUTHPORT CENTRE FOR HEALTH & WELLBEING
44-46 HOGHTON STREET
Tel: 01704 387220
Fax: 01704 387692
Community Clinics - New Telephone Numbers
To make an appointment for a blood test, treatment room and podiatry please telephone the clinic of your choice.
Ainsdale Centre for Health and Wellbeing
164 Sandbrook Road
Tel: 01704 387230 (Line open Monday to Friday 8.30am—5pm)
Southport Centre for Health and Wellbeing
44- 46 Hoghton Street
Tel: 01704 387220 (Line open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8.30am—5pm and Tuesday & Thursday 8.30am—7.30pm)
Churchtown Community Clinic
137 Cambridge Road
Tel: 01704 387200 (Line open Monday to Friday 8.30am—5pm)
Tel: 01704 387210 Line open (Monday to Friday 8.30am—5pm)
Things to remember
Ensure that the podiatrist has access to your feet, by wearing socks and suitable footwear, and removing any nail polish.
For Biomechanical assessments please ensure you attend wearing shorts or trousers which will roll above the knee.