Chris Nunn and Manju Mital our Podiatrists/Chiropodists are committed to making your treatment experience as comfortable as possible, so be assured, we endeavour to provide a gentle, caring approach for all our patients. Any concerns you might have simply mention them to the receptionist or, on the day, to your Podiatrist /Chiropodist.
What is Podiatry and Chiropody?
What is the difference between Podiatry and Chiropody?
What problems may Podiatry/Chiropody help with?
Special interest and skills
What does a Podiatry /Chiropdy assessment and treatment involve?
How can podiatry/chiropody help you?
Registered Podiatrists or Chiropodists are trained in all aspects of care for the feet and lower limbs, including the most common foot problems.
Foot problems affect people of all ages and abilities, from young children to athletes and the elderly. Having a foot disorder can cause pain in the lower back and other joints by changing how you walk or run.
There is no difference between Podiatry and Chiropody; Podiatry is just a more modern name for chiropody, Podiatry is, however often used to describe the assessment and prescription of personally tailored orthotics (shoe inserts) and arch supports.
Chris and Manju’s particular special interests include:
Good Podiatry particularly focuses on the underlying cause of a problem. So a consideration of the mechanics of the whole lower limb is fundamental to achieve an accurate and comprehensive diagnosis. A visit involves:
We can do a great deal to prevent you developing a variety of problems and to keep your feet healthy. We can help you in many ways by: