Podiatry

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Podiatry relies on an initial consultation to begin treatment followed by tailored follow up appointments depending on your situation. If you are a new patient, please book an initial consultation so our podiatrist can access your individual needs.
Medical Pedicures can be booked as a standalone appointment.

Service Price
Initial Consultation £95
Follow Up Consultation £85
Medical Pedicure £95

Fleet Street Clinic is not a VAT registered company

Please note that this service is provided by an independent third party and not by or on behalf of Fleet Street Clinic (even where services are provided from Fleet Street Clinic’s premises). Accordingly, other than for any matter which cannot be excluded by law, Fleet Street Clinic shall have no liability in connection with the provision of this service and it is not responsible for any bookings made for this service.

Podiatry

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 assessments. 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.

We are experts in foot and lower limb conditions.

Our podiatry clinic has helped countless people resolve all sorts of issues from nail and skin care to foot-related issues and lower limb pain.

We are able to address a wide-variety of foot-related issues including:

  • Corn & callus removal
  • Verrucae (Plantar warts)
  • Ingrowing toenails and other nail pathologies
  • Skin disorders & fungal infections
  • Advise on bunion correction
  • Foot & ankle injury & pain including sports injuries
  • Foot posture-related aches and pains including shin pain, knee pain, chronic hip and lower back pain.
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Foot Health Check

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.

If this is your first visit, book an initial consultation. Regular patients can book in a follow up appointment.

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Medical Pedicure

Also known as a “medi-pedi”, a medical pedicure is a non-invasive treatment that focuses on the hygienic and aesthetic care of the toenails and soles of the feet. Our expert podiatrist will give your feet a complete overhaul with sterilised equipment and address all aspects of your foot health. They are designed to identify and address any foot-related medical concerns as well as treat your nails and skin so your feet are healthy and fresh. This treatment is enjoyed by both men and women and is recommended for diabetic patients, arthritis sufferers, runners, athletes, performers, professionals on their feet all day and anyone with other concerns about their feet.

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Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy (Liquid Nitrogen) is one of the treatments available to treat viral infections of the skin such as verrucae. It works by applying very low temperatures to the infected area, disrupting the cell where the virus is living and eradicating the verruca. Cryotherapy is a safe and effective treatment.

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Book an initial assessment

During your initial appointment the podiatrist will review your symptoms and concerns and discuss possible treatment options.

It is important to know if you have any underlying health conditions and if you are on any medication. Our podiatrist will advise you on a care plan, recommended course of treatment and if suitable, advise on how to prevent issues in the future.

In most cases, we will be able to provide initial treatment during this first appointment or at least make a start. We will advise if you require any follow up appointments to continue treatment or to review treatment progress and recommend when that should be.

Few patients require only one appointment, with most requiring a succession of appointments to address the initial problem and an on-going commitment to keep symptoms at bay.

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Book your podiatry appointment online

Book Appointment

Podiatry relies on an initial consultation to begin treatment followed by tailored follow up appointments depending on your situation. If you are a new patient, please book an initial consultation so our podiatrist can access your individual needs.
Medical Pedicures can be booked as a standalone appointment.

Service Price
Initial Consultation £95
Follow Up Consultation £85
Medical Pedicure £95

Fleet Street Clinic is not a VAT registered company

Please note that this service is provided by an independent third party and not by or on behalf of Fleet Street Clinic (even where services are provided from Fleet Street Clinic’s premises). Accordingly, other than for any matter which cannot be excluded by law, Fleet Street Clinic shall have no liability in connection with the provision of this service and it is not responsible for any bookings made for this service.

FAQs

If you are experiencing foot pain, please bring along your most commonly worn shoes.

If you participate in sports, please bring along your exercise footwear too.

If you have previously been prescribed orthotics please bring them along with you for your consultation.

Your initial appointment will involve an in-dept foot health assessment, a full review of your medical history, and depending on the diagnosis, initial treatment may be carried out. If further treatment is required, we will discuss this with you during this appointment and create a bespoke treatment plan for you to consider.

Yes we can. After our podiatrist has carried out their initial foot health assessment, they will discuss with you the treatment plan they would recommend, explaining the processes and cost to you. Once agreed, they can begin the agreed treatment there and then. Any further necessary treatment will be advised and you can make further bookings.

We have dedicated clinical times for podiatry appointments throughout the working week, however, home appointments are possible. It is best to send us an email outlining your requirements including availability and your address and we can try to facilitate. Pricing may vary depending on your requirements.

In short, no. There’s not really a difference between a podiatrist and chiropodist, but podiatrist is the modern name for a specialist foot practitioner and their service of lower limb, foot and ankle medical care. Every podiatry-based practitioner varies in experience, treatment specialisation and whether they can dispense medication etc. Our podiatrist has a breadth of experience in many lower-limb related disorders and is able to dispense any necessary medicine. Some patients may still use the technically outdated terms “chiropodist” and “chiropody” but simply put, there is nothing a chiropodist can do that a podiatrist can’t and if you’re seeking out a chiropodist then you’ll get the treatment you are requiring from our podiatrist.

All new patients require an initial consultation, which is a 45 minutes appointment. Any follow-up appointments that are required afterwards tend to be 30 minutes unless otherwise specified in your bespoke treatment plan.

How often you see your podiatrist will usually depend on your particular foot condition and the treatment plan. This can vary quite a lot between different patients. However, generally speaking it is recommended that everyone with good foot health should see a podiatrist once a year for a routine check-up. You can ask your podiatrist during your appointment how often they recommend for you.

Everyone should see a podiatrist. Whether your feet are perfectly healthy or you have a particular concern, everyone can benefit from routine check-ups and treatments. Those who have any lower limb, feet, nail or skin problems or injuries should definitely book a consultation sooner rather than later, as the same with other health concerns, early diagnosis can lead to less serious issues. Even those who think they are perfectly healthy should see a podiatrist annually as they may be unaware of certain health issues that a podiatrist can spot.

Yes. If you have diabetes, looking after your feet is particularly important.

People with diabetes often have higher levels of blood glucose, which affects your circulation and nervous system and can lead to insensitivity, which means you lose the ability to feel pain and distinguish hot or cold. So you may not notice if you have a minor cut, sore or wound. In addition, poor circulation makes it difficult for your body to heal, so a minor problem left unchecked could lead to serious complications including foot ulcers, foot infections, and even amputation. Make sure to tell us during your appointment if you are diabetic so we can factor this into your treatment plan.

No, you can book directly with us for an appointment. However, it is important to point out we do accept referrals as well if you would like to book a doctor’s appointment. We are a multidisciplinary clinic and therefore can liaise with doctors, osteopaths, or whomever is necessary to provide you with comprehensive treatment.

Yes. You can use our service and pay us directly for your appointment and reclaim your spends directly from your health insurance company. If you plan to do this, please ensure our service meets your health insurance requirements prior to booking.

You may need more than one appointment if your problem requires further treatment. How many appointments you require will vary person-to-person and will depend on the treatment
plan you agree with the podiatrist. We will always talk you through your options and you agree to what you feel comfortable with. There is no pressure to commit to more than one appointment but it may be required for full recovery.

Yes. Our podiatrist treats children and young adults for a range of conditions. However, there are a few conditions prevalent in children that they do not treat, such as DDH. In this case, our podiatrist would be able to provide a diagnosis and referral.