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With our friendly, professional approach and 25 years of both private and NHS experience, you can be assured that your feet are our number one priority.

We are based at 174a London Road, Worcester WR5 2EJ. Clinic facilities include a toilet, wheelchair access (including a wide door for wheelchair access to one of our clinic rooms), car parking in front of the building, and disabled parking on the road. Our premises are accessible via public transport with a bus stop across the road (Bus numbers 45 and X50).

We offer a number of varied and specialised services including:

  • Routine podiatry appointments (Treatment includes nail cutting, hard skin removal, corn, and callus treatment)
  • Biomechanical assessments (Assessment of gait posture structure/function and motion. This appointment includes advice on orthotics and recommended exercise regimes)
  • Warm wax therapy and podiatry (A relaxing heat wax therapy using essential oils to increase blood flow and relax muscles whilst moisturizing and softening the skin. Particularly beneficial for people that suffer from arthritis and rheumatic pain)
  • Intense nourishing oil treatment for arthritis and hand therapy (The vitamin-rich oil is massaged into the hands and covered in a heated mitt. The oil is rapidly absorbed and contains hand-selected essential oils to help relieve major symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and osteoarthritis, especially inflammation, swelling, stiffness, and pain. This is a lovely relaxing treatment for women and men, relieving not only arthritic pain but also, stiff joints, trigger finger, carpal tunnel, and soothes sore muscles after surgery)
  • Heel pain treatment (This appointment treats heel pain with ultrasound therapy, dry needling acupuncture, massage, and foot strapping. We will recommend the most appropriate stretch and strengthening exercises for you to do to combat the heel pain whilst at home)
  • Diabetic foot assessment and treatment (People with diabetes are at higher risk for a variety of foot health problems therefore, it is very important to have regular foot exams. A diabetic foot assessment involves a neurological assessment that includes testing the foot’s sensitivity and visual perception tests. As well as musculoskeletal, vascular and dermatological assessments. Having a regular diabetic foot assessment can help to prevent serious foot problems in the future)
  • As well as treatment for fungal nail infection, liquid nitrogen treatment for verrucae and nail reconstruction