A Podiatrist is a Health Professional who can deal with the prevention, diagnose and treatment of problems with the feet and lower limbs.
General Foot Care. At Risk Feet. Nail Surgery.
Podiatrists can treat conditions including those resulting from bone and joint disorders such as arthritis and soft tissue and muscular pathologies as well as those caused by neurological and circulatory disorders.
Podiatrists are able to diagnose, manage and prevent conditions including skin and nail disorders such as the removal of corns and callus and the treatment of in growing toenails.
Sporting Foot Care
The professional sportsperson and the recreational or weekend sportsperson can equally benefit from podiatry. Podiatrists regularly see patients with overuse problems, varying from acute to long-term chronic conditions including shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, knee pain, back pain, heel pain. All foot injuries or skin infections gained through sport or other activities can be managed by Podiatrists.
Multi Disciplinary Team
Our Podiatrist often works in a team with physiotherapists, sports science specialists and sports masseurs, where each team member has his own area of expertise. A podiatrist may refer you to one of these specialists when it may prove to be beneficial for you.
Our Podiatrist is HCPC registered and therefore has acquired qualifications recognised by the NHS.