For patients, family & friends
We hope you will the information on our website useful but for individual advice about your foot or leg problem you should seek the advice of your healthcare professional such as your GP, community nurse or podiatrist.
If you have a general query about leg or foot problems, please drop us a line at support@legsmatter
For healthcare professionals
Worried about your patients’ legs and feet? Please contact your local tissue viability, lymphoedema or podiatry service or drop us a line at support@legsmatter
For media enquiries
We have a range of experts that we can connect you with to respond on a wide range of topics such as:
- leg ulcers
- diabetic foot ulcers
Please drop us a line at support@legsmatter
For organisations that would like to support our campaign
We offer high-quality, unbiased evidence-informed information for patients, their carers, clinicians, commissioners and policy makers. See how you can get involved with the Legs Matter campaign.
NHS Choices the official NHS website, which provides vital information and support about leg and foot signs and other symptoms.
Call 111 - for non-emergency medical advice
Find out more on the NHS Choices website
The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation Promoting and supporting community based treatment, health promotion, education and ongoing care for people who are experiencing leg-related problems - including leg ulcers and other wound care issues.
Find out more on the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation website
Diabetes UK Diabetes UK are the leading UK charity for people affected by diabetes it’s their responsibility to lead the fight against the growing crisis. And this fight is one that involves all everyone – sharing knowledge and taking diabetes on together.
0345 123 2399
Find out more on the Diabetes UK website
Lymphoedema Support Network (LSN) is a national UK charity which provides information and support to people with lymphoedema.
020 7351 0990
Find out more on the Lymphoedema Support Network website
Lipoedema UK Their focus is to educate doctors, health professionals and the public about Lipoedema and its symptoms, so it may be diagnosed and treated earlier. They believe that with earlier diagnosis and treatment women can prevent developing further complications and manage their Lipoedema.
Find out more on the Lipoedema UK website
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