In a hurry? You can send a photo and a description of your problem directly to Felicity and a diagnosis and management plan will be sent back to you.  

Routine Chiropody

Typical problems treated include long nails, thick (onychauxic) nails, fungal (onychomycotic) nails, involuted and ingrowing (onychocryptosis) nails, hard skin (callus), corns, dry skin (anhidrosis), athlete's foot (tinea pedis), and verruca.

Neurovascular Assessment

A neurovascular assessment appraises the nerve function and circulation of your feet in order to determine your potential risk of future foot problems. Diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and advancing age all affect the nerve function and circulation of your feet. 

Nail Surgery

If conservative methods to resolve your ingrowing toenail have failed, you may be suitable for a partial or total nail avulsion.

Wound Care

Wound care is provided free of charge on the NHS, but if you would prefer to be seen at home by an experienced professional please get in touch to discuss the options available to you.

Painful Feet

"Metatarsalgia" is a term used to describe generalised pain in the forefoot. This can be caused by a myriad of factors, but may be eased through specialist footwear advice and provision of bespoke devices.

Rheumatoid Feet

Rheumatoid arthritis may present initially as pain in the feet. Whether you have painful feet and don't know why or you have long-standing rheumatoid arthritis and require help to feel comfortable, please get in touch to see how a podiatrist can help.

Hospital Visits

If you or a relative are currently in hospital and require foot care, a ward visit can be arranged.

Residential, Nursing & Care Homes

I can offer a Finger and Toenails Cutting Service and/or Routine Chiropody at a competitive rate to residents of Residential, Nursing and Care Homes and to those attending Day Centres.

If you are a Manager looking for a reliable, friendly professional to look after your residents, please get in touch.

Musculoskeletal Podiatry/Biomechanics

Biomechanics is a branch of podiatry which deals with foot problems relating to your anatomy (muscles, tendons, ligaments and skeleton) such as abnormal foot function, joint alignment, muscle flexibility and gait (walking) patterns rather than physical complaints (corns, calluses, ingrown toenails…) that relate to pressure, poor footwear etc.

Onward Referral

If I feel an onward referral is indicated, I will discuss this with you and arrange the referral, either directly or via your GP depending on the service.

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