A Step In The Right Direction
Clinic hours are
Monday (1 in 3) 4.30pm - 9pm
Tuesday 8.30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8.30am - 5pm
Thursday 8.30am - 5pm
From October 12th
Alternate Mondays 9-5 ( Jamie)
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 9-5 ( Karen )
Fridays 9-3( Jamie)
Modern clinic facilities
Off road parking
Full disabled Access
Karen can be contacted directly without GP referral.
Jamie will be working in our family run clinic and will be available for booked appointments on alternative Friday’s and Saturday afternoons.
Please Note :
With increased 40 min appt times and supplying of PPE to patients and podiatrists to minimise their risk of COVID 19 appt will now be £38
Jamie now offers Nail Surgery under local anaesthetic priced at £250 and in house bespoke accommodating Orthotics.
In 2012 the State of the Nation audit reported that there are currently 2.9 million people in the United Kingdom diagnosed with diabetes and it is expected that this number will rise to 5 million by 2025. In 2011 the NHS spent approximately £1 million per hour on treating diabetes and it's associated conditions and 80% of this goes into managing potentially preventative complications.
One of the associated problems of diabetes is acute foot conditions which can lead to infection and amputation. In the UK one in twenty people with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer and one in ten of these will develop into an amputation of part of the foot or lower limb.
Changes to our diet, exercise, lifestyle and reduction in weight gain and waist circumference can reduce the risks of developing type 2 diabetes and can even reverse the early stages of glucose intolerance. Good foot care and regular foot checks with qualified Chiropodists/ Podiatrists registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) can reduce the risks of developing acute foot conditions.