Walk Footcare is open.
We can help with your painful feet.
Walk Footcare will be open during this latest lockdown as advised by the UK government. If you require an appointment please call us on 01562 54 2299 or email us email@example.com
We will need to take you through a short triage when calling, but don't worry its very simple!
We are making sure you are kept safe by ensuring the very highest safety standards and cleaning schedules. We all wear PPE and we will provide you with a mask if you dont have one.
Are your feet hurting you? Do you get annoyed that you can't run after the kids/grandkids? At Walk our Podiatrists specialise in the assessment, care and treatment of feet and the lower limbs. We are passionate about all aspects of foot and lower limb health, and we can assess and treat patients of all ages.
A referral from a doctor isn't required, so if you have foot and leg problems, there is no delay in contacting us to see how we can help.
All of our Podiatrists are registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)
Our phone lines are open Monday to Friday from 0830 to 1730, so please get in touch to discuss your needs 01562 54 22 99. Or why not book an appointment online? We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Footcare at the heart of our business
So what is Podiatry? Where has the Chiropodist gone?
Chiropody and podiatry are often seen as one and the same thing, and this can cause some confusion. Podiatry is the modern day medical name for the pre-existing profession chiropody.
The name was changed in the UK to podiatry in 1993, and is the internationally recognised name for a foot specialist.
With years of experience, we understand how to work with our patients to ensure they receive the best care possible. Our thoughtful and personalised approach means we are fully committed to the health and well-being of all our patients. Read below to find out about services we provide.
Ingrown painful nails
The Care You Deserve
Keeping you mobile and pain free.
If you have problems looking after your feet then we can help. This may be due to thick nails, hard skin or difficulty reaching.
Our podiatrists understand your foot problems and how this can affect your day to day activities and will provide a treatment plan to suit you.
What to do with an ingrown nail?
When your ingrown nail is a real pain what can you do?
A podiatrist is allowed to carry out surgery using local anaesthetic to perform an operation that will permanently cure your problem.
You will walk out pain free and all follow ups will keep you happy and pain free.
Swift A New Approach
Swift is a microwave therapy with great results on stubborn verruca. Swift is a new technology, developed in the UK, which has been licenced for the general treatment of skin lesions in Podiatry and Dermatology. Swift uses microwave energy which is delivered through a special probe applied to the skin to treat the affected tissue. When you have tried all avenues or want an easy treatment, please contact us today to schedule an appointment.