Leeds, 29 Park Square West

0113 345 5060

Manchester, 28 Queen St

0161 503 5656

Chiropodist Leeds

We offer expert chiropodist Leeds services, where you’ll find we can ease the problems you may be having with your feet and lower lets. We can take care of everything from toenails and skin issues, to problems with your ankles, knees and hips. Our practitioners are highly skilled and here to support your foot health.

What is a Chiropodist Leeds?

A chiropodist is another name for a podiatrist. Our chiropodist is ready to assess, diagnose, and treat conditions involving feet and the lower limbs. Our professional practitioners are able to treat a wide variety of foot health issues including:

  • Verrucas
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Foot odour
  • Toenail infections & ingrown nails
  • Fungal infections
  • Corns & calluses
  • Dry, cracked heels
  • Flat feet
  • Bunions
  • Heel pain
  • Blisters
  • Gout
  • Sports injuries
  • Problems caused by medical conditions such as diabetes

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How Can a Chiropodist Help?

Health issues in your feet can make you feel badly all over. For instance, if your feet are painful for any reason, they can cause changes in the way you walk and stand. This can lead to issues in other areas of your body, too.

Chiropodists work to correct issues you may be having with your feet. Our chiropodist can remove warts that may be unattractive and painful, they can supply orthotics or customised insoles and more. They can even help you with arch supports to ease the pain caused by flat feet. If you have heel pain, a chiropodist can help you with that, too.

A chiropodist can also remove hard calluses and corns that may be difficult for you to take care of. And a chiropodist is also able to provide advice on the types of shoes that may be best for your feet, whether you need everyday shoes or special sports shoes.

Our chiropodist Leeds puts the emphasis on prevention, and so they can offer guidance on the proper care of your feet. This can help you avoid some of the most common foot problems and keep your feet healthy.

Chiropodists can also help diagnose biomechanical issues that may be caused from the way your muscles function, or the way your joints are aligned. Poor alignment can lead to problems with your ankles, hips, and even your lower back. With a chiropodist’s help, you may be able to avoid some of these issues in the future.

How is Treatment Provided?

The treatment you receive will depend on the symptoms and the diagnosis made by the chiropodist. During your first appointment, our professional practitioner will ask about your medical history, as well as inquire about your current symptoms. After the exam, the chiropodist will then provide you with a diagnosis and treatment options. They’ll discuss the treatment with you and you’ll have the opportunity to ask any and all questions you may have about the treatment. Our chiropodist will not treat any condition without your permission.

Treat options may include:

  • Cutting and shaping nails, which may include thinning nails that are thickened, ingrown, or otherwise problematic.
  • General foot skin care including the removal of corns, calluses, and treatment for cracked heels.
  • Identification and treatment of verrucas if these are present.
  • Nail surgery is done for ingrown toenails
  • Biomechanical, gait analysis and orthotics to assess and treat pain in feet, ankles, knees, hips or lower back caused by the way you move.

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Can I See a Chiropodist Leeds on NHS?

Yes, possibly. This will depend on the health issues you’re experiencing. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended that foot-care services for long-term conditions such as diabetes, peripheral arterial disease, and rheumatoid arthritis should be made available to NHS patients.

However, if your condition isn’t affecting your health or mobility, then you may need to pay for the chiropodist’s services on your own.

Can I See Chiropodist Privately?

Yes, if free NHS treatment isn’t available, then you can see a chiropodist, but you will be responsible for paying the bill.

How to Make Sure a Chiropodist is Qualified?

A chiropodist must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). You can use their website to see if the chiropodist is registered.

You can also check to see if the chiropodist is a member of one of these organisations:

  • British Chiropody and Podiatry Association
  • The College of Podiatry
  • The Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists

Why Choose Us?

Our chiropodists, as well as all our practitioners, are registered professionals who are fully qualified to provide you with the best treatment options. You’ll find that we offer the latest facilities and equipment, and we’re conveniently located. We’re open early in the morning and late into the evening, so we’re ready to help you when you need, it, even on the weekend. You can call in for an appointment at a time that best fits your schedule and lifestyle.

What to Expect You See Our Leeds Chiropodist?

No matter what condition brings you to our chiropodist, you can rest assured that you’ll receive professional care from our experienced practitioners.

Our chiropodist is fully trained and dedicated to helping you with the foot problems you’re having. Your treatment will be customised to fit your specific, unique foot issues, while providing you with the maximum benefit.

At your first appointment, our specialist will visit with you and assist with filling out a small amount of paperwork. Then they’ll introduce you to the chiropodist, who will then visit with you about your medical history and ask about your current complaint.

Depending on the chiropodist’s assessment, they will talk with you about possible treatment and what to expect.

And if ongoing care is needed, we’ll arrange any follow-up appointments with you, at your convenience.

You can expect professional care from a qualified, registered, knowledgeable chiropodist when you make an appointment with us. We’re here to help you—please reach out with any questions you may have, or book an appointment at a time that works best for you.

For more information, call your local clinic on the number below.

Leeds: 0113 345 5060

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Leeds Park Square

0113 345 5060

(28 Queen Street)

0161 503 5656

Leeds Park Sq
Lower Ground Floor
29 Park Square West
Leeds LS1 2PQ

call: 0113 345 5060

Manchester, Queen Street
Freedom Care Clinics
Same Day Doctor
28 Queen St
M2 5HX

call: 0161 503 5656