My Treatments for foot problems

Foot care (podiatry) services provide assessment, treatment and advice for people with skin, nail or mechanical foot problems, and for people with diabetes.

Podiatry Treatments

A podiatrist or chiropodist can help you with common foot problems, including ingrown toenails and bunions.


I see all age groups for treatment; very young children to specialist hospital services. A podiatrist is a health professional who can assess, diagnose, treat and manage conditions of the feet.

Purbeck Podiatry Treatment List

  • First visit to include full assessment and treatment
    [45 minutes]
  • Follow up appointment Routine Podiatry
    [30 minutes]
  • Simple nail cut and file
    [15 minutes, following full assessment]

Diabetes and feet

Foot health is especially important for people with diabetes. Find out how to take care of your feet and when to get help.

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Foot health

How to keep your feet healthy and choose the right sports shoes, plus what to do if you have smelly feet.

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  • Full Biomechanical assessment

    [60 minutes]

    A Biomechanics assessment is an investigation into your lower limb function – looking closely for abnormalities and compensations. We can look closely into the underlying possible causes of heel pain, knee pain and even back pain.

    please note: does not including insole provision

  • Finger nail cutting
    [15 minutes]
  • Home visits
    Within 5 miles from clinic (additional charge may apply for further milage)

Chiropodist & Podiatrist based in Lytchett Minster

My Treatments

A Podiatrist is skilled, trained and educated to assess, diagnose and treat problems of the foot and associated structures.

We recommend annual foot checks for all members of the family. Podiatrists are skilled in screening and health education, so a visit to the Podiatrist need not always be about sore feet. Your feet and your familys’ foot health are important. Podiatrists are able to provide advice on foot care, health education, gait analysis and footwear advice. Your Podiatrist can advise on workplace footwear the right type of shoes for you, or the most suitable shoes to prevent foot problems. Much of the work of a podiatrist is aimed at prevention and education. If you are diabetic you should be having an annual diabetic foot check. Your Podiatrist can perform this diabetic foot check and provide you with the necessary Diabetic foot care advice.


Letter of qualification

Registration with the HCPC now replaces the previous system of state registration. Some podiatrists may have used the phrase “S.R.Ch. State Registered Chiropodist” after their name, but this phrase should no longer be used and they should use the term “HCPC registered”.

Member of The College of Podiatry
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