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Podiatric surgery is a specialist field of practice within the podiatry profession. Our Consultant led Podiatric Surgery department offers a range of diagnostic services and both conservative and surgical treatments for foot and ankle conditions. We work closely with colleagues in podiatry as well as doctors and other healthcare professions to ensure patients receive a comprehensive treatment package. The majority of our elective surgical procedures offered can be carried out under local and regional anaesthesia, which means that you’ll experience a much quicker recovery and be home sooner. We also offer IV sedation for those who may require this service. Common conditions that we treat include:
- Osteoarthritis in the foot
- Hammer toes
- Forefoot pain
- Mortons Neuroma
- Flat feet
- Lumps, Bumps and soft tissue masses
- Tendon problems
- Infected ingrown Toenails
- Diabetic foot deformity
- Injection therapy
- Foreign body retrieval e.g. glass in foot
Podiatric Surgery is based in non-acute settings Queen Mary’s Roehampton and St Johns Therapy Centre near Clapham Junction in Battersea.
Podiatric Surgery DepartmentPodiatry Office Suite 3
Queen Mary’s Hospital Roehampton Lane
Contacts for Podiatric Surgery at Queen Marys Hospital:
Fax Number for Referrals: 0208 487 6304
Telephone contact for Appointments: 0208 487 6290
Telephone contact for Secretary: 0208 487 6038
Outpatient Clinics Queen Marys
Monday, Tuesday pm
Alternate Friday all day
St Johns Therapy Centre
Wednesday all day
Day Case Unit
Ian Beech, Consultant Podiatric Surgeon
Referrals are mainly from GP’s in Primary Care and Community Podiatry Team. Referrals are also welcomed from medical, surgical and AHP specialities e.g. Endocrinology, Vascular, Rheumatology, Orthopaedics, Physiotherapy MSK services.
For all new referrals please specify “Podiatric Surgery service”.
Referral email address: QMH.firstname.lastname@example.org
This service is available on the e-Referral Service for QMH sites and St Johns Therapy Centre.
Local anaesthetic and sedation can be offered for surgical cases.
Children under 16 can be referred, if any surgery required only local anaesthetic can be offered.