About Podiatry


About Podiatry


A podiatrist studies for 3 years to obtain a BSc (Hones) degree in Podiatry or Podiatric Medicine. Podiatrists are highly skilled specialist clinicians that specialise in the assessment, diagnosis and management of foot, ankle and lower leg conditions/injuries.

Sports (musculoskeletal) podiatry is a branch of podiatry that specialises in sport and exercise medicine.

Sports podiatrists specialise in biomechanical assessments, sport/exercise related injury & mechanical issues of the foot, ankle & lower leg. Injuries to the foot, ankle & lower leg are often multifactorial in nature with poor run mechanics, footwear, reduced range of joint motion, muscular imbalances & increased mechanical stress above the levels at which soft tissue structures can tolerate just some of the factors that can lead to pain, eventual breakdown & injury.


What it can treat -

  • Achilles Tendinopathy
  • Plantar Fasciopathy
  • Peroneal Tendinopathy
  • Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
  • Foot, Ankle & Lower Leg Pain
  • Running Injuries
  • Corns & Callus
  • Podiatry appointments at the clinic usually last between 30 - 45 minutes for an assessment, depending on the injury being treated. Any follow-up appointments will usually last between 15 - 30 minutes.
    Our Podiatry assessments costs £49, with follow-up appointments priced at £39.

    Meet the team