Our podiatrist has worked in the NHS and privately for over ten years. She is highly experienced in podiatry care treating a range of lower limb, foot and ankle conditions such as difficult nails, corns, callus’, verrucas, in-growing toenails and fungal infections.
You can visit us for podiatry treatment in our Therapy Room or we can visit you in the comfort of your own home.
As new client will have an initial assessment by our podiatrist and treatment. Following this a schedule of regular appointments can be made if necessary, which usually are every six to eight weeks.
What does a podiatrist do?
Our podiatrist is a health care professional who has been trained to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate abnormal conditions of the feet and lower limbs. They also prevent and correct deformity, keep people mobile and active, relieve pain and treat infections.
They can give you and your family advice on how to look after your feet and what type of shoes to wear. They can also treat and alleviate day-to-day foot problems, including:
- toenail problems, such as thickened, fungal or ingrown toenails
- corns and calluses
- athlete’s foot
- smelly feet
- dry and cracked heels
- flat feet
- heel pain
- ageing feet
- sports injuries