Chiropody & Podiatry
Chiropody and Podiatry at our North London Clinic
Chiropody is the treatment of the foot and nails by specially trained therapists. The most common problems that are treated with chiropody are:
Chiropodists also help to look after diabetic's feet. People with diabetes are especially at risk of foot problems and benefit from regular check ups with a State Registered Chiropodist.
- Hard skin (callus and corns)
- Plantar warts (verrucas)
- Blisters, splinters and ulcers
- Painful toenails including ingrowing toenails
- Hard or thick toenails, black nails and discoloured nails
- The cutting of nails when people have difficulty reaching them
Podiatry is a further qualification obtained by some State Registered Chiropodists enabling them to offer effective treatments for painful feet due to fallen arches and other similar problems, collectively termed "bio-mechanical problems of the feet". Often specially made insoles, known as "orthotics", are individually prepared for people to wear which help ease the discomfort of standing and walking.
Sports enthusiasts can be seen by our specialist sports podiatrist for expert help and advice.
To arrange an appointment or to speak to a physiotherapist, call us on 020 8440 3629 or email email@example.com
"The best treatment I have had. Jennifer was really thorough with her treatment, I didn't expect it at all."
"My main appointments have been podiatry treatments and I have to say that she really is the best! After every treatment I've had with her, I've left the clinic feeling as if I'm walking on air. She is totally professional, always offering sound advice and has a very friendly and reassuring manner. "
"I'm very happy with her service. She's efficient and a very pleasant, helpful young woman. "
"I feel I can do a lot more on my feet and they have helped a lot with previous foot problems. "
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