We offer expert care from NHS-trained podiatrists, when you need it.
Pain and discomfort in your feet, ankles or legs can really spoil your quality of life. Whether you want to treat a specific foot problem, or address general wear and tear, our compassionate and experienced podiatry team is here to help.
Your Podiatry offers ongoing maintenance for your feet, whether you have complications through diabetes, an infection, skin or nail problems, or general discomfort.
We treat a range of problems, including:
corns and calluses
dry, hard or cracked skin
warts and verrucas
We also assess and treat biomechanical problems, sports injuries or injuries caused by trauma.
We take a ‘whole person’ approach to your health and wellbeing. Our compassionate podiatrists will work with you, giving you the tools to manage your condition, and helping you prevent further problems.
Your footcare is our priority – trust us to get you back on your feet.
How we’ll work with you
The first step is a 40-minute face-to-face consultation at our clinic in Surbiton.
This is a chance for your podiatrist to listen to what you need, diagnose your foot problem, create a treatment plan and – if appropriate – begin treatment.
Visit each individual page for full details and costs for each treatment.
Please note, you will need an initial podiatry assessment before booking any treatments, except for biomechanical assessments.
General podiatry treatment
Foot pain can affect your day-to-day life, especially if your work involves being on your feet for a long time. General podiatry treatment can help keep your feet healthy and happy. We can treat foot pain relating to many issues, including hard skin, corns, cracked heels, thickened toenails and fungal infections.
Fungal nail infections (or onychomycosis) are very common and persistent, and can cause toenails to become brittle, thick and discoloured. This might be caused by badly fitting shoes, damage to the nail plate, or from another condition like athlete’s foot. We can help treat fungal nails with our low-level laser therapy, Lunula Laser®
Verrucas are a type of wart that grows on the bottom of your feet. They are caused by a virus and are very common and persistent. You might have had them for a long time and tried home treatments, like filing and acid treatment, without success. We can help treat your verrucas with the latest Swift® therapy, a relatively painless procedure using microwaves.
A biomechanical assessment is for anyone – sporty or not – who might be suffering from hip, knee, ankle or foot pain. During the assessment, we’ll take a holistic view of the way your joints, muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments all work together. We’ll ask you about the history of your problem, identify your aims and goals, and work with you to develop an effective treatment plan.
If you have a persistent and painful ingrown toenail, nail surgery – under local anaesthetic – can help. Ingrown toenails are common foot problems, often caused by badly fitting shoes, picking your nails or cutting your nails incorrectly. We can help treat your problem with a permanent solution, where other treatment methods haven’t worked.
Orthotics (also known as foot orthoses or orthotic insoles) are special shoe or heel insoles that are custom made for you, and can help with foot, leg or back problems. Your podiatrist may prescribe them for you as part of your treatment plan, following a biomechanical assessment. They can help improve your quality of life by reducing pain and keeping you mobile.
Our compassionate team are all dedicated to healthy, happy feet. They are all members of the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Royal College of Podiatry (RCPod), and have a vast amount of experience working across both the NHS and also private practice.