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Clinical sites - Where are podiatry clinics held?

  • Podiatry Clinics in Health Centres and GP practices
  • Main Podiatry clinics
  • Podiatry Clinics – with standard treatment room
  • Rheumatology clinics

Podiatry Clinics are held in Health Centres and GP practices with shared use of room in the following places:

  • Dr Birkby 63 Palgrave Road, Sheffield S5 8GS
  • Dr Hopwood 5 Burngreave Road, Sheffield S3 9DA
  • Dr Hopwood 450 Herries Road, Sheffield S5 8TL
  • Dr Jeavons Margetson Surgery 1 Remington Avenue, Sheffield S5 9PA
  • Dr Jeavons 96a Mill Road, Sheffield S35 9XQ
  • Dr Panniker Grenoside Surgery, 60 Grenoside Crescent Sheffield S35 8NX
  • Dr Edney 151 Burngreave Road, Sheffield S3 9DL
  • Birley HC 120 Birley Lane, Sheffield S12 3BP
  • Hackenthorpe MC Main Street, Sheffield S12 4LA
  • Stannington MC Uppergate Road, Sheffield S6 6BX
  • Dr Hardy Norwood Medical Centre, 360 Herries Road Sheffield S7 7HD
  • Graves Sports and Health Centre, Bochum Parkway Sheffield S8 8JR
  • Concord Sports and Health Centre, Shiregreen Lane, Sheffield S5 6AE

Main Podiatry clinics – centres of specialist services

Podiatry Clinics – with standard treatment room

 For people with a Musculoskeletal condition referrals must be made via a GP.

Rheumatology clinics

Referral to the hospital Rheumatology service is made via rheumatology consultants, specialist nurses, podiatrists and other members of the multi-disciplinary team.

Clinics and Times

Northern General Hospital (Metabolic Bone Density Unit)
Monday mornings once a month

Royal Hallamshire Hospital (Rheumatology Outpatients)
Monday all day

Central Health Clinic (Podiatry)
Thursday mornings each week

Most new patients are assessed within 8 weeks of receiving a referral. A detailed history is taken of the current foot problem and the blood and nerve supply is also checked. How the foot moves and any footwear issues are also assessed. Advice on safe foot care is provided.

Management of foot deformities can either be conservative or require a surgical approach. Both options are discussed and where appropriate a referral is made back to the consultant. Bespoke footwear can also be arranged through this clinic. The podiatrist can also refer you on for foot and ankle x-rays and for ultra sound scans if they are needed.

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