Podiatry

Podiatry is a medical discipline that focuses on the assessment, diagnosis and management of lower limb health problems. Podiatrists diagnose and manage numerous problems including gait disorders in children, adults, elderly and other specialist groups, sports injuries, foot and ankle pathologies and other painful conditions, using therapies such as foot orthoses, ankle-foot orthoses, exercises and gait re-training. 

In order to become a Podiatrist, it is necessary to complete a three or four year BSc(Hons) Degree in Podiatry. The profession is regulated by the Health Professions Council (HPC) and all Podiatrists working within Ramsay Hospitals are HPC-Registered. You can check a Podiatrist’s registration by visiting www.hpc-uk.org.

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