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Covid-19 Update

As per the guidance of the College of Podiatry all routine appointments are currently postponed except for those classed as urgent i.e. infections or you are high-risk.  If you consider your complaint to be urgent or you are classed as high-risk please contact me on 07456074016

Covid-19 Update

As per the guidance of the College of Podiatry all routine appointments are currently postponed except for those classed as urgent i.e. infections or you are high-risk.  If you consider your complaint to be urgent or you are classed as high-risk please contact me on 07456074016

Opening Hours:

COMMUNITY FOOTCARE

for adults and children

Why Do My Feet Hurt?

 

Foot pain is not normal and suffering with painful feet is extremely uncomfortable. Floor surfaces and the shoes you wear are the main reasons you experience foot pain. These factors can cause a multitude of problems such as corns and callus, painful or ingrown toenails, heel pain, pain in the foot pad or toes and also non-healing wounds and pain on walking. If you suffer from metabolic diseases such as diabetes or arthritis your feet may still trouble you regardless of these factors.

 

Regular visits from your local chiropodist can ease these painful conditions but unfortunately many people don’t know when to visit a foot specialist, prolonging the pain and suffering.

 

When Should You See a Chiropodist?

 

If you have dry skin and callus, foot pain or itchy dry feet or have hurt your feet or toes. If you have Diabetes, poor circulation or a medical condition with foot problems. Many of our patients have no medical issues but simply cannot reach their feet any longer to trim their nails.

Please don’t suffer any longer than you need to, call PENNINE CHIROPODY today. 

 

 

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Our Services:
  • Nail Trimming

  • Corns & Callus

  • Ingrown & Thickened Toenails

  • Verrucae

  • Fallen Arches

  • Plantarfasciitis

  • Other Biomechanical Issues

New Patient?

 

Covid-19 Update

As per the guidance of the College of Podiatry all routine appointments are currently postponed except for those classed as urgent i.e. infections or you are high-risk.  If you consider your complaint to be urgent or you are classed as high-risk please contact me on 07456074016

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