Podiatry and High Risk Foot Service

Grafton Community Health Podiatry and High Risk Foot Clinic

General Podiatry – Our podiatrist works with clients who have foot and leg disorders to improve their mobility and independence. This can include toenail reduction, general foot care, diabetes foot assessments and help with applications for footwear.

Diabetes High Risk Foot Service

The service is provided to people with Peripheral arterial disease (PAD), Rheumatoid arthritis with foot deformities or pain, Peripheral Neuropathy (lack of sensation in feet), Ulceration to feet or Neurological Diseases such as MS, Spina Bifida, Charcot Marie Tooth or Parkinson’s.

The High Risk Foot Clinic includes a comprehensive foot assessment, wound management, Ankle-brachial Index (ABI) or ulcer debridement when required.

Clients will require a referral from their General Practitioner, specialist or podiatrist to attend the Podiatry or High Risk Foot Service.

Hours: 8.00am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Clinics operate from Monday to Thursday.

Contact: Ph: (02) 6641 8734 Mobile: 0418 295 722 Fax: (02) 6641 8731 Email: NNSWLHD-ClarencePodiatry@health.nsw.gov.au

Location: Level 2, Grafton Ambulatory Care, 184 Arthur Street, Grafton NSW 2460