Podium was created in response to the growing number of amputations and subsequent deaths caused by diabetic foot complications.

About Podium


The Podium foot care system will be available in late Spring 2019. If you’d like to be one of the first fifty people to receive a Podium.


Register Interest

You can register your interest in the Podium. We can keep you updated on Podium news and release dates.


Get in touch

To find out more about Podium please feel free to contact us. A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible!


Empowering patients in their personal care.

Born out of scientific research and a desire to help patients take charge of their day-to-day foot care, Podium works to bring together patients, families and healthcare professionals in a single holistic caring approach.

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Diabetes, the facts and statistics

Diabetic foot ulceration (DFU) is a serious and frequent consequence of diabetes. If detected too late, it can lead to infections, ulcers and eventually amputations. Sobering statistics about DFU are (2010/11 UK figures):


annual NHS expenditure on diabetic foot ulcers and amputation


of hospital admissions with at least 1 overnight stay were for diabetic foot problems


of people who have major amputation die within 2 years, average life expectancy is 5 years.


people worldwide are living with diabetes which is expected to rise to 642 million people by 2040


people with diabetes develop macrovascular complications and neuropathy which leads to DFUs


number 1 cause of limb amputation


people don't even know they are living with diabetes


Importantly, 80% of DFUs are preventable by daily screening for the early warning sign of increased temperature of the affected area caused by inflammatory reactions of the foot. This is why we believe the Podium is a vital tool.

The Product

News & Events

Keep up to date with the latest comings and goings at Podium.

The Foot & Ankle Show

11 October 2019 - 12 October 2019
Liverpool Exhibition Centre
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College of Podiatry

22 November 2018 - 24 November 2018
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