Foot problems are very common and can affect all ages. From corns and calluses, to fungal nail and skin conditions, what often may appear as something small and insignificant, can pose great difficulties with daily activities such as walking and exercise. Health issues such as diabetes, arthritis and poor circulation may cause foot problems but with regular care complications can be reduced.
Patients include young and old, those with diabetes, arthritis, mobility and eyesight problems as well as those who love to give their feet a treat. Your feet are one of your most important parts of your body and are put under pressure all day long. It is best not to ignore any foot pain and problems, but to see a Foot Health Professional at the earliest opportunity. How Can We Help?
Ingrowing Toe Nails
Fungal & Thickened Nails
Diabetic Foot Care
Advice on foot health & footwear.
Patient safety, hygiene and confidentiality are paramount. Great emphasis is placed on clinical cleanliness and I abide strictly to the care guidelines set out by the British Association of Foot Health Professionals. Feet are cleansed with antiseptic before treatment, with aseptic work techniques used during treatment and all work surfaces are cleansed between patients. Instruments are sterilized in an autoclave and remain sterile in a vacuum sealed pouch until opened during treatment so there can be no risk of cross contamination or infection.