Frequently Asked Questions

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If you have any questions about our treatments and services, you'll find most of the answers right here.

If you're still unsure, or what you need to know isn't covered here, then please contact us and we'll answer any questions.

Do you treat/remove verrucas?

Verucca are caused by a viral infection and cannot be removed, only going when they are ready. During the treatment the verruca category is identified, overlying skin is removed to help relieve pain. A cryogenic agent may be used to freeze the verucca or a mild caustic agent applied to stimulate the body's own immune reaction. Home treatment may be needed to reduce repeated visits.

I'm embarrassed about my feet. Should I be?

We're trained to work with feet and enjoy working with feet that need our help. We've dealt with feet that have all manner of problems, shapes and sizes. If your feet are a bit smelly rest assured we soak your feet at the beginning of the treatment, which is also a really relaxing break in your day.

Do I need a doctor's referral to book an appointment?

You do not need a doctor's referral to book an appointment. You can book a treatment at a time that suits you. No annual leave required!

Do you offer free NHS treatment?

No, we do not offer free NHS treatment, however we do comply with the standards health care insurance requires such as HPC registration. We also offer cash saving treatment plans and concessions for over 70's.

Will it hurt?

A common concern but in the same way as having your hair cut is painless, skilled Chiropody should be entirely pain free. Conditions such as in growing toenails may be sensitive to treat, however great relief is experienced following the treatment of the painful area. In some cases anaesthetic may be used to prevent pain.

Will it tickle?

We are trained to deal with the feet in a way, which is firm and professional. Even people with extremely sensitive feet find the treatment comfortable.

How long does the Chiropody treatment last?

The appointment lasts up to 40 minutes. This is a longer appointment than many other Chiropodist clinics. However we feel that this guarantees the best results. That's one of the reasons many of our customers recommend us.

How long does the hard skin removal last for?

Patient's feet remain free of hard skin for six weeks to eight weeks. Your chiropodists will advise, on an individual basis how regularly you need to attend and will offer a treatment plan that’s suits your needs.

What is the difference between Chiropody and Podiatry?

Podiatry is the examination and treatment of the foot and lower leg. Chiropody tends to refer to cutting nails and removal of hard skin.

I can get my feet treated for cheaper elsewhere. Why is your Chiropody treatment £40?

Our Chiropody treatment is very thorough and attentive and is up to 33% longer than our leading competitors, which we feel is necessary for the results we achieve.

Do you offer treatment plans to reduce the cost?

Yes we offer treatment plans for Chiropody, just ask and we will be happy to set up a plan that's best for you.

Is the clinic clean?

The clinic operates a high standard of cleanliness and complies with the standards set out by the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.

Are your Chiropodists qualified?

Yes, all of our Chiropodist have, achieved a three year degree qualification in Podiatry.

Are your Chiropodists HPC registered?

Yes, all of our Chiropodists are HPC registered.

What is HPC?

The HPC, as it is also known, is a regulator of health professionals. They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards for training, skills, behaviour and health in the area of medicine or health care the health professional practices in.

Do you offer reduced rates for OAP's and students?

Yes, we offer concessionary rates for over 70's and students on a Monday. The concessionary rate for Chiropody is £36.00 but still includes the same thorough and attentive treatment.

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