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Click on to a profession in one of the segments in the schematic below to see the services which may be provided by the selected health care professional to assist patients undergoing stroke recovery.

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Trigger points for a GP referral to a podiatrist

  • Clinical diagnosis or history of peripheral neuropathy (PN), peripheral vascular disease (PVD), foot deformity, foot ulcer
  • Patients with diabetes require a minimum of 12 month foot screening of the above factors
  • Patients with a diagnosis of any of the above factors need at least three to six monthly podiatric care, according to international consensus

Trigger points for a podiatrist referral to a GP

  • Foot infection requiring antibiotics
  • Hyperglycaemia management
  • Oral management of painful peripheral neuropathy
  • Referral to medical specialist and/or multidisciplinary team
  • Referral for more complex imaging unable to be directly referred by podiatrists (e.g. bone scan, MRI, etc) and/or pathology

 

 

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Potential treatment by a podiatrist

  • Assessment, diagnosis and management of foot ulcers, amputation, Charcot jointism, PNM, PVD and/or foot deformity
  • Ongoing management of any of the above including:
  • Wound dressing
  • Debridement of wounds and calluses/corns
  • Off-loading wounds and/or high plantar pressure areas (e.g. orthotics, casting, wound boots)
  • Biomechanical and gait analysis
  • Footwear advice and prescription
  • Podiatric foot care and diabetes education
  • Monitoring and referral for infection, hyperglycaemia, PVD etc
  • Imaging referrals (e.g. x-ray or ultrasound) for possible osteomyletis etc
  • Coordination and/or correspondence with GP and multidisciplinary diabetic foot team (e.g. podiatrist, physician, surgeon, diabetes educator, dietitian, orthotics/pedorthotist etc)