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Podiatry is a field of healthcare devoted to the study and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, knee, leg and hip (the lower extremity). Specialising in the study of foot pathology from a structural and functional standpoint a Podiatrist treats the medical problems affecting the foot. 

In the UK any practitioner working under the reserved title Podiatrist (or Chiropodist) must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). A Podiatrist will assess a foot condition, advise of the most appropriate course of action and build a maintenance program if necessary. These conditions can include verrucae, in-growing toenails, plantar fasciitis, biomechanical issues, fungal nail and skin infections. A podiatrist can also help biomechanical issues and provide Gait analysis. If you’re experiencing chronic or acute pain or a musculoskeletal condition within the lower limb you could benefit from a biomechanical assessment. Most biomechanical conditions seen within podiatry can be significantly helped with orthotics/insoles. Orthotics are usually custom made or prefabricated inserts placed within the shoe to restore our natural balance and foot function by offloading overworked structures of the foot and lower limb, thereby improving function and efficiency.

  • Foot and heel pain

  • Biomechanics and foot and ankle injury

  • Calf and ankle pain

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Shin Splints

  • Achilles tendon problems

  • Postural problems

  • Athlete’s foot

  • Ingrown nail surgery

  • Hard skin removal, cracked heels and trimming nails

  • Fungal and thick nail reduction

Our Podiatrist can also offer swift Verruca treatment, Nail surgery, Lacuna treatment for fungal nails and Orthoses (insoles).  Please a contact us for current pricing.


New Patient Consultation £55 

Follow-up Consultation £50

* Our fees vary depending on what type of treatment you require, please contact us for details. Our Podiatrist accepts payment by cash, all major credit & debit cards, excluding American Express. Alternatively, we are happy for you to pay via BACS. (Unfortunately, we are no longer able accept cheques).

Please contact us for full details on private medical cover. For our cancellation policy please visit the Our Fees page.