Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Podiatry & Orthotics Service

Tel: 01633 615225

Disabled Access: Yes



How to access podiatry:

You can access the Podiatry service by asking your GP, Practice Nurse or other Healthcare professional to refer you for an assessment.  High risk patients who have medical conditions that may leave them susceptible to infection, ulceration or amputation will be given priority access to the service.  All referrals to the service are assessed depending on your medical and podiatric need. You may be offered a clinic assessment appointment and / or invited to a Patient Empowerment foot health education session.

If you require urgent advice or have a query regarding your Podiatry or Orthotic treatment, you can get in touch on the following number: 01633 615225.

Select Option 1 for Podiatry or Option 2 for Orthotics

Or alternatively by email:

Podiatry Email:

Orthotics Email:

For further information on foot care, see the Podiatry & Orthotics Patient Information Leaflets.

Last Updated: 13 September 2022 11:56 by NHS 111 Wales

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Services Offered

Service does: Adult Services
Service does: Children & Young People's Services
Service does: Diabetic Services
Service does not: Drop In Service
Service does not: Online Self Referral
Service does: Podiatry Service
Service does not: Referral - Self Referral
Service does: Telephone Information/Advice

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