Our team of experienced Chiropodists specialises in general foot care and can treat a number of painful and troublesome ailments including ingrowing toenails, verrucas, corns, hard skin and difficult to trim toenails.
Our chiropodists are happy to provide general foot care, including nail trimming and hard skin removal, but also specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of verruca, nail infections, ingrowing toenails, and painful bunions. They are able to treat these conditions, and will also give you advice on how to look after your feet and prevent problems returning in the future.
For Podiatry issues such as internal pain of the foot, ankle or knee pain, or for orthotic and gait analysis assessments, please visit our Podiatry page
Your first appointment at the clinic will be an initial consultation, giving the chiropodist time to examine your feet, make a diganosis if necessary, as well as provide treatment. The Chiropodist will complete your treatment and give advice on how to alleviate and prevent conditions from reoccurring.
Where appropriate, treatment options will always be discussed with you before any treatment is started.
Sometimes, the problem may be due to excessive pressure on certain parts of the foot which can be down to the shape of your foot, how you walk or something as simple as poorly fitting shoes. Your Chiropodist will explain this to you.
If your Chiropodist advises nail surgery, a separate appointment will be booked to allow an hour for the procedure. You can find out more about nail surgery in this useful guide.
Please allow 30 minutes for your first consultation and treatment.
Initial Consultation & Treatment: £40
Follow-Up Appointments: £35
Nail cutting: £30
Cryotherapy Verruca Treatment (Liquid Nitrogen): £55
Verrutop Verruca Treatment (Salicylic Acid): £55
Verruca Needling: £195
Nail surgery: £350 (Price includes both sides of 1 toe, if necessary, assessment, treatment, dressings & 1 Follow-up appointment)
Additional toe: £100
Up to 3 treatments (and including a follow-up appointment 3 months later) £362 (or £125 per treatment)
All our Podiatrists are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and are members of The Royal College of Podiatry (RCPod).
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As a multidisciplinary practice, The House Clinics are able to combine the expertise of our Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, Podiatry and Chiropody practitioners to offer a unique and exceptional service to our clients. Please speak to your practitioner if you have any queries about other services we offer.
Why is it worth visiting a Chiropodist?
Looking after your feet with regular visits to a Chiropodist and Podiatrist can dramatically improve mobility and maintain healthy, active and pain-free feet.
What is the difference between a Chiropodist and a Podiatrist?
A Chiropodist works on the external structures of the foot and a Podiatrist works on the internal structures.
How many treatments are involved for the removal of verrucae?
The freezing treatment, using liquid nitrogen, takes 3-4 treatments on average to remove verrucae.
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