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A patient with corns on their toes

Corns

Are you troubled by hard corns, soft corns or seed corns? Don’t just treat them, get them permanently cured. For Advice or Appointments Get in Touch

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A patient with verrucae on their toes and feet

Verrucas

Verrucas or verrucae can be painful and infectious. A variety of treatments are available to stop them spreading. For Advice or Appointments Get in Touch

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An ingrowing toe nail

Nail Problems

Ingrowing toe-nails can be troublesome. Callouses and nail thickening can also cause problems. All are easily cured. For Advice or Appointments Get in Touch

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A patient with bunions on their feet

Toe Problems

Are your bunions, hammer toes or clawed toes causing you pain? Do you have difficulty with footwear due to your toes? For Advice or Appointments Get in Touch

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A patient with a fungal nail problem on their toes

Fungal Infections

Dry, flaky skin on your foot? Infection around your toes or nails? These are often caused by athlete’s foot or other fungal infections. For Advice or Appointments Get in Touch

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A podiatry patient with cracked heels

Cracked Heels

Embarrassed by unsightly cracked heels? These can become very painful if not dealt with promptly. For Advice or Appointments Get in Touch

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A podiatry patient with heel pain

Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis

Podiatric biomechanics is a specialism concerned with the preservation, restoration, and development of the foot and its associated structures. It is very technical and requires a high level of skill to deal with problems of standing, walking and running. It is the use of this skill in performing a biomechanical examination that enables Podiatrists to…

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A patient's feet lying on a podiatry treatment couch

Foot Pain

OrthoticsĀ (shoe inserts) help to correct foot function. These are becoming more widely used, especially as some types are advertised in the Sunday papers or at local pharmacists. However as with all medical problems, care must be taken with self-diagnosis and self-prescription as minor problems can be made much worse. If you have a foot problem,…

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A podiatrist using a treadmill for gait analysis

Shin Splints

Often seeing a Chiropodist or Podiatrist can lead to such a significant improvement in symptoms that your overall posture and gait improve. Even if you have no symptoms in your feet, correction of functional alignment problems in the feet can improve symptoms elsewhere in the body, and help prevent future difficulties. A small structural or…

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