Are your feet at high risk?
Diabetic patients greatly benefit from regular foot care and advice, also those with arthritis, neurological or vascular conditions tend to have 'high risk' feet and should see a Podiatrist regularly.
What else do you do?
Our podiatrists also carry out biomechanical assessments to look at how your walking pattern may be affecting your feet and other joints. They also specialise in areas such as children’s feet and sports injuries – please see our Podiatry page for further details.
How about a medi-pedi?
A 45-minute medical pedicure by our podiatrist, Jack, will leave you with healthier, great-looking feet. Take the strain out of your feet and let our fully qualified podiatrists pamper your feet and put the spring back in your step. Further details can be seen on our Medi-Pedi page.
Can I just ask for some advice?
If you are unsure about a foot problem and just want some quick advice why not take advantage of a free 10 minute advice chat with our podiatrists – (see below) they will be happy to help.
Patient review November 2015:"One session with Jack sorted my feet out and any pain running, gone! Also recommended some vitamins to take and my toe nail problem gone in a month! Staff on reception very warm and helpful in bringing my pushchair in - a fantastic clinic with great staff"
St Judes top tips for healthy feet:
- Wash your feet daily in warm water using a mild soap
- Make sure that your feet are thoroughly dry, especially in between your toes
- If the skin between your toes appears white and moist, use surgical spirit or witchhazel daily
- Remove hard skin by gently rubbing with a pumice stone or foot file before bathing
- If your skin is dry, use a moisturising foot cream twice daily (but never between the toes.)