Podiatry is the prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the feet, ankle and lower limbs. Treatments provided by podiatrists range from non-invasive shoe inserts and orthotics to general foot care, such as the treatment of skin problems & ingrown toenails. Specialised services provide care for more long-term health conditions such as preventative diabetic foot care and rehabilitation after surgical procedures.
People seek podiatry treatment for a variety of reasons. They may be suffering pain or discomfort in their feet or lower limbs, wish to improve their posture, or prevent or reduce the risk of injury. People who are active in sports can benefit from regular podiatry assessment. We also treat people who have been referred from other healthcare professionals, such as doctors, orthopaedic surgeons, osteopaths and physiotherapists. We also stock a range of high-quality foot care products, including heel balms, creams, and verruca treatments.
Our podiatry clinic has helped countless people resolve all sorts of foot-related issues.
We offer a wide-ranging variety of foot treatments – from treating corns, calluses, verrucae, ingrown toenails, fungal infections to resolving sports injuries and foot posture-related aches and pains.
Our podiatrists are able to address a wide-variety of foot-related issues including:
As our feet are subjected to daily physical activity, we recommend regular visits to a podiatrist for a general foot health check, even if you’re not suffering from a specific foot problem.
Preventative foot health checks-ups look for a wide variety of foot-related issues. Identifying poor/incorrect foot function is important and can be caused by ill-fitting shoes, an injury or stress or even structural problems in the hips, knees or ankle. Poor foot function can also have a knock-on effect on your posture and cause pain elsewhere in the body, so regular foot checkups are important.
George Hill & Paula Dudley, our podiatrists are experienced in improving mobility and maintaining fit, active and pain-free feet. Discuss your concerns and let our podiatrists examine your fresh, unpolished nails for a full diagnosis and personalised treatment plan.
We’re able to promptly access antibiotics, pain relief and other prescription medicines you may need thanks to an on-site pharmacy, resulting in more efficient treatment. Also, benefit from the numerous other practitioners on-site with same-day appointments to complement your treatment plan.
A medical pedicure is performed by a highly-skilled foot care specialist and is designed to identify and address any medical concerns as well as provide general nail and foot care.
Our medical pedicure is a dry treatment which requires fresh, unpolished toenails. The feet remain dry to ensure long-lasting results.
Our podiatrists understand a healthy foot means a healthy body. Within the medical pedicure, they will examine and treat disorders affecting the feet whilst offering advice on how to maintain foot health and help prevent recurrence of problems.
Medical pedicures are for everyone. They are suitable for both men and women, especially those who are on their feet a lot or rely on healthy feet for their job. They are also proven to be effective for the elderly, all types of runners, those who enjoy trekking holidays as well as those with underlying medical issues.
The feet are transformed with the safe removal of any hard or dry skin, cracked heels are moisturized, corns are removed and unsightly nail conditions are corrected. Nails are cut, cleaned, shaped, buffed and essential oils are applied to the feet and nails, leaving the feet feeling rejuvenated, revitalised and looking beautifully healthy.
Your podiatrist will identify any medical concerns which can be investigated further in a separate appointment.
After you’ve had your medical pedicure with the podiatrist, you can then indulge in a manicure separately. A medical pedicure is the perfect way to treat and relax your feet, keeping them healthy and pain-free.
Cryotherapy is the application of very low temperatures that can be used to treat viral infections of the skin such as verrucae and finger warts. Using liquid nitrogen, the affected areas can safely be treated with minimal risk of scarring. This commonly used technique has proven efficiency when treating persistent verrucae, especially when alternative methods have failed.
The advantages of using cryotherapy include high success rates and low complication rates with minimal disruption to your lifestyle. The amount of time taken to freeze the area will vary depending on its size and location. Larger lesions will require more treatment and longer appointments.
Cryotherapy is not always suitable for everyone. Therefore, our podiatrists will advise if cryotherapy is the most effective course of action within your appointment. Express your interest when booking an appointment.
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