Foot and Lower Limb Conditions

Foot and Lower Limb Assessment

Foot and Lower Limb Management

Foot Care - Conditions

Foot Care - Management

Funding

Palliative Foot Care Management

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF CROSS-CONTAMINATION

  • All instruments are sterilized prior to use. All sharps are single use only.
  • Your podiatrists will wear single use latex gloves or non-latex ones available for patients with latex allergies.
  • Masks are worn when filing nails.
  • Couches are swabbed in-between patients and disposable sheets are placed under your feet.
  • Floors are vacuumed after each patient.

 INSTRUMENTS

Podiatrist have the appropriate instruments to manage difficult to cut toenails, and ingrown toenails. Elecetic drill to assist with filing thickened toenails. Hard skin can be removed painlessly.

FOOTWEAR
Footwear plays a big part in foot comfortable and your podiatrist will assess your current footwear and make suggestions or what to look for in a shoe if necessary.

EDUCATION
If appropriate for you and your foot concern you will be given information or ways to manage your feet at home.
 
FOLLOW UP APPOINTMENTS
Recommended time between appointments will be discussed with you. through if you regular regular care appointments often between 6 to 12 weeks.

 
 
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New Plymouth
215 St Aubyn Street
New Plymouth
06 758 3006

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8:30am - 5:00pm
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8:30am - 1.00pm

 


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