The Podiatry Clinic is open for routine appointments.
Unfortunatley due to increasing demands for appointments, only regular patients can be seen at present.
Previouslly seen clients (more than 2 years ago) and New clients can be added to a waiting list, however there is no guidance on how long this wait will be at present.
Covid-19 is still present in our community, please be mindful of this when booking an appointment. Are you well? Have you been in contact with anyone suffereing from Covid? Can you take a flow test before coming for your appointment?
Although the government has reduced restrictions, the clinic routines have changed and will continue to be in place to reduce the risks to patients attending, however please be mindful that not all risks can be eliminated.
There is extra time added between patients so that the clinic can be cleaned between each visit and to eliminate the crossing of patients before and after treatments.
A Medical grade air purifier has been installed to help filter the air in the clinic to help remove dust, bacteria, fungal spores and viruses from the air
Please arrive promptly, a mask is recommended to be worn during your treatment from the Royal College of podiatry, I would encourage everyone to wear a mask whenever possible. Hand sanitiser is available for you to cleanse your hands before and after treatment. I will also be wearing a face mask, and an apron at all times.
A waiting area is provided, but limited use is advice to reduce contact so prompt arrival is appreciated.
Sadly I am unable to provide toilet facilities so please be mindful of this before setting off from home.
Payment for treatment can be done via debit card, the contactless payment limit has been increased to £45 to reduce the need to touch the terminal. I would advise all patients to use this facility as much as possible
If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or you feel unwell please do not attend your appointment, but call so that I can re-book you.
Failure to attend an appointment without notification can result in a full charge of the missed appointment.