If your feet could speak, what would they say?
Unfortunately, there is never a 100% success rate guarantee. This is mainly due to how our bodies react to the different treatments used, and we always highlight this information before commencing any kind of therapy.
Surgery will only be offered if other less invasive procedures have not been successful or have been considered inappropriate. To make an appointment to assess your suitability for this surgical procedure, please call us on 01722 340057 for more information. Keep your feet happy.
To Jane Stockdale who was delighted to be the winner of our 15 year anniversary celebratory footcare hamper.
Total Foot Health would like to thank everyone for their interest in and support of our 15 year anniversary initiatives.
As will have already been explained to you, your initial appointment is UP TO 45 minutes long and is very much a podiatry appointment which means that we assess and, whenever possible, treat your feet. Please note that we cannot guarantee treatment and some issues will require additional visits, but these will be discussed during your appointment time.
The reason that we insist upon a longer first appointment is that it is extremely important that we take a detailed medical history as this could affect how we treat you. To this end, it is useful if you could bring a list of all medication that you regularly take as well as any current medical issues. We then typically see our patients for regular 30-minute follow up appointments thereafter.
All our Podiatrists are qualified HCPC registered clinicians but their credentials don’t stop there. We provide and fund their ongoing professional development as well as investing time and money in ensuring that all our top of the range equipment is up to date and our air-conditioned premises are well maintained. This means that you really are getting the best possible care.
Your feet will thank you.
Meet Callum, our new podiatrist
After working as a professional chef, I decided to change career and to become a podiatrist. I studied at Southampton University to obtain my podiatry degree and was fortunate to have my final placement at Total Foot Health which is why some of you may have already seen me in clinic.
Since successfully completing my degree, I took a couple of months to travel in Europe, the middle east and the far east before returning to start my career at Total Foot Health.
I look forward to seeing you in clinic soon.
Reasons why our feet form calluses and corns include:
- Abnormal gait that causes excessive pressure on certain areas
- Poor bone alignment
- Foot deformities such as bunions, flat feet and high arches
- Toe deformities such as hammertoes
- In appropriate footwear
- Steel-toe boots
- Wearing shoes without socks
In some cases, patients may benefit from orthotics, please ask your podiatrist for more information.
Whilst these preventative measures can help, we do not recommend that you ever attempt to remove a corn yourself. This should only ever be done by a trained professional in clinical conditions.
If you have not been able to relieve the discomfort caused by your calluses and corns, let the professionals do it for you. Call us on 01722 340057 to make an appointment or book online at www.totalfoothealth.co.uk