WHAT IS PODIATRY?
A Podiatrist is a healthcare professional who can help prevent, diagnose and treat conditions of the feet. They can help with a wide-range of ailments, including day-to-day issues, or more serious problems.
Paying a visit to a chiropodist/podiatrist who has the expertise and right equipment can help ensure your feet don’t suffer from problems in the future.
Whilst many of us work hard to look after ourselves, eating the right food and undertaking regular exercise, the one area that we often neglect is our feet. Maybe it’s the fact that they spend most of the day hidden in shoes or covered by tights and socks. Making sure your feet are in good condition and having a regular check-up can help prevent a lot of potential problems from developing.
Regular treatments will take 30 minutes and will include:
Cutting of nails.
Reducing nail thickness.
Corns, calluses and fissures in heels.
Dressings applied if necessary (additional charge may apply).
Advice on any specialist treatments which may be required.
The first appointment will take approximately 45 minutes which will include a full examination of your feet, full medical history and assessment.
HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED?
Treatments vary from person to person and will be tailored to suit your individual needs.
A regular podiatry visit is recommended for optimum foot health.
Using products from