Mobile Podiatrist in Falkirk
As a professional podiatrist in Falkirk with over 28 years’ experience in the profession, there is not much that I have not seen – so there is a good chance I will be able to answer any questions you may have. Of course, feel free to contact me to arrange a call back at a suitable time or please browse my website for more information on the services and treatments that I provide.
Podiatrists are healthcare professionals who have been trained to diagnose and treat abnormal conditions of the feet and lower limbs. They can provide you and your family with expert advice and tips when it comes to wearing the right footwear and how to treat pain and treat infections. We can also guide you on how best to care for your feet and carry out basic foot care maintenance.
Podiatrists can help you if you have painful feet, discoloured or thickened toenails, corns, verruca’s, dry and cracked feet, or any other foot-related problems. You might consider having a single session of podiatry for minor or short-term problems, or even just to have a check up, or decide to have regular foot care maintenance.
There's no difference between a podiatrist and chiropodist, but podiatrist is a more contemporary name for the medical profession.
Appointments vary in length depending on the treatment required. Usually, appointments will last between 30-40 minutes approximately, but may vary depending on your podiatric need.
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If you are unable to keep your appointment, please give at least 24 hours advance notice. Failure to cancel an appointment without notice can incur a 50% charge of the price of the booked appointment. If you have booked an appointment and fail to be available when we call, without notice, this can incur a 100% charge of the price of the booked appointment.
On Monday 9th August 2021, Scotland moved in to Level Zero. We have received updated guidance from The Royal College of Podiatry that some of the procedures surrounding Covid19 has changed.
We will endeavour to address these changes and maintain all the standards and keep our practice up to date, adapting and adhering to the guidelines, whenever they are issued.
Your safety is our priority and we will continue to monitor the advice from our professional bodies and the government.
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If you have any queries about our podiatrist in Falkirk services, current guidelines, please do not hesitate to get in touch.