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We would be interested to hear from a podiatrist/chiropodist wishing to work from our Centre - please get in touch.


More than 80% of people develop foot problems at some time during their life. These range from the relatively minor to the potentially crippling, but all involve patient discomfort.

The Chiropodist (otherwise known as a podiatrist) is dedicated to the prevention and correction of these disorders in addition to alleviating the discomforts they cause.

A normal Chiropody treatment includes:

  • Nails cut and filed

  • Corns removed

  • Hard skin removed

  • Foot massage with specially selected creams

  • Advice about ongoing foot care

Basic hygiene and nail cutting may be all that's needed to keep your feet in good shape. But when normal feet turn into problem feet, it's best to seek professional help.


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Some problems are inherited, and some develop from illnesses in middle age, or from the pressure of ill-fitting shoes.

Registered chiropodists (also known as podiatrists) are trained in all aspects of care for the feet and lower limbs, including the most common foot problems which are listed below.

  • Acquired Deformities

  • Ankle Sprains

  • Arthritis

  • Athlete's Foot

  • Bunions / toe deformities

  • Bursitis

  • Calluses

  • Chilblains

  • Congenital Deformities

  • Corns

  • Deformed or Diseased Nails

  • Diabetic Foot Problems

  • Foot Imbalance

  • Fungal Infections

  • Fractures

  • Gout

  • Hammer Toes

  • Heel pain

  • Heel Spurs

  • In growing toenails

  • Neuritis

  • Skin Diseases

  • Sweaty feet

  • Tumours

  • Ulcers

  • Verrucae (verrucas)

  • Warts

  • Weak Ankles

  • Weak Arches


























































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