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Routine Podiatry Appointment

Routine podiatry services are a general check up of your feet. During the appointment, if possible, your podiatrist will treat any minor conditions that you have, such as: Corns, calluses and any other areas of dry, hard skin. Infected toenails. Fungal infections such as athlete's foot.

Nail Surgey

Nail surgery is the partial or complete removal of a toenail whilst under local anaesthetic. Nail surgery is usually offered when a patient presents with a problematic ingrown toenail that is causing them a lot of discomfort. If the nail cannot be managed conservatively through regular podiatry visits, nail surgery is considered. Nail surgery may sometimes be offered if the nail is damaged due to a fungal infection.

Verruca (Dry) Needling

Falknor`s needling procedure is an innovative and effective treatment for verruca, which are benign types of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) group. It is a form of soft tissue therapy which is intended to break down the verruca and create a controlled inflammatory response which, in turn, stimulates the body’s immune system to recognise the virus and destroy it.


Podiatric Acupuncture is the use of acupuncture as a therapeutic tool, to treat problems of the lower limbs. Acupuncture is used to treat many foot problems, but is particularly useful for pain. It can help with painful joints and is also used to treat problems such as arthritis of the knee, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, Morton’s neuroma and forefoot pain. 


A biomechanical assessment involves the analysis of the foot, lower limb and body as a whole. This can include examinations whilst weight bearing, non-weight bearing and during walking. A biomechanical assessment will look at this relationship and conclude whether pain in one area is due to weakness or structural problems in another.

Soft Tissue and Joint Injection 

Steroid Injection therapy is a treatment that can be prescribed for the improvement of painful foot and ankle conditions that are associated with inflammation.

Injection therapy involves using a needle to inject a steroid into a joint space or soft tissue. The aim of injection therapy is to improve both pain and function of the structure affected.


Curacorn® is a unique & innovative treatment using special dermal fillers to cushion ‘inside’ the skin to prevent painful pressure lesions such as corns & calluses, making it the perfect treatment for busy patients who find themselves having to return for regular/frequent treatments.

Patients who can benefit from a treatment like this include:

  • Those with painful chronic corns on high weight-bearing areas or in-between the toes

  • Patients with a thinning of the natural fatty padding in the ball of the foot exposing the joints to high pressure on walking

    • Those with biomechanical changes within the foot leading to high pressure areas (eg: Bunions and retracted toes)​​

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