The University of Huddersfield Podiatry Clinic has state of the art clinical facilities comprising of a multi-chaired clinic, orthotics lab, gait analysis and surgical theatre suite. The clinic is staffed by our Podiatry students under the supervision of academic staff who all hold professional qualifications in podiatry. This benefits you as well as giving our students valuable clinical experience in addition to that gained through their clinical placements.

The Podiatry Clinic is open to anyone including children with a lower limb problem and accepts direct self-referral in addition to referrals from other Healthcare Professionals. You can see a Podiatrist for any foot or lower limb problems.  At your first appointment a full assessment is completed to identify your specific requirements. Specific podiatry clinics run for the following:

  • Musculoskeletal Clinic
    Lower limb and foot pain, sports injuries or problems with function are assessed within this clinic. This may result in the production of chairside or custom made orthoses to improve function. Shockwave treatment may be recommended for certain musculoskeletal conditions. 
  • High Risk Clinic
    For patients with complications such as poor circulation or loss of feeling in the lower limb.
  • Nail Surgery
    A permanent solution to painful toe nail conditions such as ingrowing nails.
  • General Podiatry Clinics
    Consultation on common podiatric conditions such as toe deformity, corns, callus, thickened or misshapen nails, as well as verruca treatments.

Complaints procedures

The Podiatry Clinic welcomes all constructive feedback on its activities, whether positive or negative and understands that, from time to time, people attending the clinic may feel their expectations have not been met. Please use the following link to download and use our complaints form if you have any complaint so that we can work towards improving our service provision.

University of Huddersfield Podiatry Clinic Complaints Procedures