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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  

keeping your feet firmly on the ground!

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Est. 32 years

HCPC registered

For advice, treatment & preventative foot healthcare  

7 Westgate Road

Guisborough

North Yorkshire

TS14 6EA

01287 632204

At Maxwell Podiatry we pride ourselves on providing a friendly and professional service at a competitive price. Our experienced team can advise and treat a variety of foot and lower leg conditions, from common every-day ailments to more complex problems. With over 30 years experience and an extensive range of treatments available we aim to meet the individual needs of each patient. We provide basic treatments such as our quick and affordable nail cutting service known as 'Simply Nails'. Specifically designed for patients who don't have any health problems or skin, foot or nail conditions. We also carry out more complex procedures such as nail surgery, cryosurgery, dry needling, diabetic assessments, gait analysis and bio-mechanical assessments.

 

Foot related conditons can cause hip, knee and back pain, and we can carry out an assessment and provide bespoke orthotic devices to help. Our state-of-the-art RS Scan gait analysis software is used along with the Podiatrist's expertise to gain an accurate diagnosis and prescription specific to each patient.

 

If you experience problems with your feet or lower limbs we should be your first port of call. You do not need a G.P referral and we can even refer you to other Health Professionals if required.

 

Patients are encouraged to visit our surgery for treatment, however we do provide a Home Visit Service for elderly and disabled patients who are unable to attend.

 

We provide a service to nursing and residential homes throughout the area. This is essential to maintain good foot health and identify and treat any problems quickly. If treating a large number of patients we offer a discounted rate and a podiatry assistant works with the podiatrist to ensure an efficient service is delivered.

 

We also have contracts with local companies to provide treatment to employees in the workplace. This is particularly beneficial to those in heavy industry.

 

Please contact us on 01287 632204 to discuss your requirements and arrange an appointment.

 

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Paul Maxwell M.Ch.S.

HCPC Registered

GDPR Information

 

RE-OPENING AFTER COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

 

IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET THAT WHEN WE RE-OPEN WE WILL BE UNABLE TO TREAT A LARGE PROPORTION OF OUR CLIENTS. THIS IS DUE TO CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES AND WE NEED TO PROTECT OUR PATIENTS, OUR STAFF AND THE NHS. WE DO HOPE THAT THE RESTRICTIONS WON’T BE IN PLACE FOR TOO LONG AND WE CAN SOON PROVIDE A FULL SERVICE AGAIN.

 

It is our intention to re-open on the 1st of June if possible. The only reason we may not be able to re-open is if we can’t purchase PPE for our staff (currently we cannot source any at all).

 

We will not be able to provide routine and non-urgent treatments initially.

 

How do you know if you are eligible for treatment?

 

We know from your treatment history on our record if you fall into the eligible group.

Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of our patients will not be eligible for treatment until restrictions are lifted.

 

If you fall into this un-eligible category, we can only provide advice over the phone.

 

We will be ringing to arrange an appointment for all eligible patients that had their last appointment postponed.

 

For your information here is a general list of conditions we are advised not to treat:

 

           

 

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Thank you for your patience during this difficult time and we look forward to resuming business as usual.

RE-OPENING AFTER COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

 

We will re-open on 1st of June but we will be 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 is possible. Our staff will wear full PPE (masks, visors, gloves and aprons) and we will have sneeze screens in our reception area and surgery.

 

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WHEN WE RE-OPEN WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PROVIDE ROUTINE AND NON-URGENT TREATMENTS INITIALLY. THEREFORE, IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET THAT WE WILL BE UNABLE TO TREAT A LARGE PROPORTION OF OUR CLIENTS UNTIL GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS ARE EASED. WE DO HOPE THAT THE RESTRICTIONS WON’T BE IN PLACE FOR TOO LONG AND WE CAN PROVIDE A FULL SERVICE AGAIN SOON.

 

How do you know if you are eligible for treatment?

 

We know from your treatment history on our records if you fall into the eligible group. Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of our patients will not be eligible for treatment until restrictions are lifted.

If you fall into this un-eligible category, we can only provide advice over the phone.

 

We will be ringing to arrange an appointment for all eligible patients that had their last appointment postponed.

 

For your information here is an example of the conditions we are advised not to treat:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When attending an appointment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for your patience during this difficult time and we look forward to

resuming business as usual.

  • All Diabetics (high or low risk) that have no foot pathology.

  • Muscular Skeletal Pain with mild impairment.

  • Foot deformities with no pain or minimal risk of wounds or infection.

  • Minimal or non-painful corns or callous.

  • Verrucae

  • Children without acute pain.

  • Adults with muscular skeletal conditions that cause mild pain but where it is not affecting their ability to work, care for others, or complete activities of daily living.

  • Sports related pain that is not part of daily function.

  • All patients will be screened the day before over the telephone.

  • On arrival you will be asked if you have any symptoms of Corona-19 and

       temperatures may be checked.

  • Patients must attend their appointment alone unless they need a Carer with them.

  • Patients must avoid bringing accessory items such as bags and coats if possible.

  • Patients must arrive on time and may have to wait for a few minutes outside the waiting room. Patients arriving too early will need to wait outside and socially distance from others while waiting.

  • 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.