Tel: 02392 388149 or 07795 522700

Foot Health Treatment

What is a Foot Health Treatment?

A Foot Health Treatment is a full assessment of both feet. It includes obtaining a medical history and a visual clinical examination including vascular and neurological checks for diabetics or those with a vascular history.

We allow 30 minutes for the appointment and depending on the outcome of the assessment, the treatment may or may not include:

  • A nail cut and file (and reduction of thickened nails, if necessary).
  • Removal of hard skin (corns and callus).
  • Treatment for any ingrown nails.
  • Treatment for verrucae.
  • Reduction of dry skin and cracked heels.
  • Rehydration of the foot (moisturise of your feet using a high-quality podiatry cream).

We also discuss foot care, education, and hygiene to see what you can do outside of your appointment to help maintain and improve your feet. Most clients require a routine Foot Health Treatment every 6 to 8 weeks. This can be discussed with your Foot Health Practitioner based on your individual needs.

The use of products, orthotics and/ or insoles are discussed on an individual basis. Products used are available to purchase to help maintain your feet in between visits.

Who is it good for?

Sheridan Foot Health recommend that your first visit to the clinic is booked as a Foot Health Treatment. It is advisable for diabetics and is suitable for men, women and children.

If you have diabetes, heart disease or problems with your circulation, do not try to treat corns, callus, cracked heels or ingrown toenails yourself. These conditions can make foot problems more serious.

Contact the team on 02392 388149 or 07795 522700 for a consultation and treatment.

Contact the team on 02392 388149 or 07795 522700 for a consultation and treatment.