20th July 2020
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE - NO CHANGE - 'Normal Service' Resumed
As per Governmental advice and that of my governing body (The College of Podiatry), I am now able to see you in your home regardless of your risk status - i.e. if your toenails could be used as an offensive weapon, please get in touch!
I continue to monitor the advice from the Government and The College of Podiatry closely and can reassure you that I have been following all advice to date to the letter. I do have the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (goggles, gloves, masks, aprons etc) and can minimise risk by not touching anything in your home. I have also undertaken a couple of appointments al fresco, which has been rather nice! So if it a sunny/dry day and you would like to sit outside, that is absolutely fine by me.
Please could any other members of your family be in another room and I must keep appointments as short as possible, as per the recommendation by The College of Podiatry. I would be very grateful if you could please bare this in mind.
Anything I do touch will be cleansed liberally with Clinisept+, an antimicrobial spray which is proven to kill coronavirus, it is also dermatologically tested and therefore safe to use on skin. I will continue to follow the College of Podiatry's strict hygiene and infection control protocols which predate this pandemic.
I am now undergoing a monthly coronavirus screening test, and I will take an antibody test once these are readily available.
Please note, my work area is within 10 miles of Eynsham. If you live outside of this area, please use the College of Podiatry's website to locate a podiatrist local to you.
ATTENTION CURRENT CLIENTS: if there is any new redness/heat/swelling/pain please get in touch with me ASAP.