In-grown nails Damaged nails Verrucas Heel & foot pain Corns Calluses Bunions
Thickened nails Cracked heels Infections Arthritis Skin conditions Sports injuries Knee & hip pain Diabetic assessments Gait scan Biomechanics Vascular assessments Orthotics & insoles
Est. 32 years
We are doing things differently in order for our staff to socially distance from patients and to
avoid patients coming into close contact with one another. Rest assured that we have put
everything in place to keep our staff and patients as safe as possible. Our Podiatrists wear full
PPE (masks, visors, gloves and aprons) and we have sneeze screens in our reception area
When attending an appointment:
Thank you for your patience during this difficult time.
Do not attend our premises if you have a high temperature or other symptoms of Covid-19. Please telephone us if you are unable to attend.
Please wear a face covering when entering our premises (we understand that some of our patients may not be able to).
You must attend your appointment alone unless you require a Carer to be with you.
Avoid bringing non-essential items such as bags and coats if possible.
We ask that you arrive on time for your appointment. Patients arriving too early or late may need to wait outside until a member of staff lets you in.
You will be asked to sanitise your hands on arrival and wait in a separate room.
We will socially distance all patients within the clinic and therefore we will be limited to the number of patients we can treat in a day.
We ask that patients pay by credit or debit card if possible.
If you have made an appointment for a home visit our Podiatrist will be wearing full PPE on entering your home and following hygiene protocols.