We understand how foot problems can affect you. They interrupt your daily life and stop you from doing the things that you want to do, causing pain and disruption in the process. However, there is no need to put up with foot pain – we can help you.
Nothing matters more than your health and comfort – healthy feet are happy, comfortable feet.
The Podiatrists working at FEET (etc) are registered with the HCPC so you can be sure that the treatments you receive are of the highest standards, provided in a safe, clean, clinical environment.
Podiatry treatment is available for a whole host of foot conditions, ranging from nail problems and hard skin, to fungal infections and verrucas. We also provide detailed assessment, treatment and footcare advice for the high risk foot and the diabetic foot.
At your first appointment, your feet will be assessed and treated by one of our Podiatrists – this includes a review of your circulation, sensation and the general health and condition of your feet. You will be able to discuss your foot problems and a treatment plan will be devised with you. A full medical history will be taken as this can determine the treatment that we can provide. Please bring a list of any medication (prescribed or over the counter) that you are taking. Treatment is given at this appointment and follow up appointments may be required.
Musculoskeletal Podiatry/Biomechanics specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of all kinds of orthopaedic foot and ankle problems. Common conditions such as heel, arch and forefoot pain are diagnosed accurately along with more complex problems of the shins and ankles. Treatment may include insoles, exercise, stretching, muscle re-education, footwear advice and manual therapies such as massage and soft tissue mobilisation specific to your needs. Follow up appointments may be required. Please bring some footwear with you that you wear regularly, any orthotics/insoles that you already have and please wear clothing such as loose-fitting trousers, so that assessment up to the knee can be undertaken.