Podiatry / Foot Health

What do we do?

Healthcare is an area of work that is constantly changing and advancing. It requires many professionals working together to meet the needs of the ever ageing and changing population. Podiatrists and Foot Health Practitioners are healthcare professionals who work as part of that multidisciplinary team to deliver the care needed to keep the population healthy and mobile.

They work to improve the mobility, independence and the quality of life for their patients by providing preventative care, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of problems affecting the feet, ankles and lower limbs.

An important relationship exists between the health of our feet and our overall well being. We take a holistic approach to foot health and discuss with each patient their full medical history, occupation, life style, sports and leisure activities to aid clinical diagnosis, treatment and prevention of all foot disorders. Discomfort experienced in the feet affects both mobility and quality of life.

General Treatment

We offer a popular service comprising of nail trimming, removal of hard skin (Callous), corns and sanding of dry skin areas. This is completed with hydration of the feet and massage. All aspects of foot health is discussed during the treatment session.


Foot health is more important to patients with diabetes. Routine checks will help identify potential problems including early changes in circulation, sensation, temperature, nails and skin disorders, all possible side affects associated with Diabetes.

Nail Surgery

Please contact us for further information.

To make an appointment please contact Reception on 01454 625201 or e-mail reception@willowbrookclinic.co.uk


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