The clinic has recently been refurbished with the patient’s needs and comfort at the centre of the renovation.
There is parking directly in front of the clinic, and the doorways have been widened to accommodate wheel chair access.
We have tea and coffee making facilities and there are male, female and disabled toilets on site.
The clinical room has been fitted with the latest state of the art equipment to comply with national regulations in health and safety. The treatment room has also been fitted with a monitor to enable patients to watch treatment as it is taking place.
Today, the treatment of medical instruments and accessories is an indispensable part of quality assurance in medically-oriented practices. We aim to maintain the highest level of hygiene standards and have invested in the new Thermoclean which cleans all the equipment by removing protein deposits and debris using an enzymatic tablet. The instruments are then placed in a sealed pouch and placed in the new Euronda Autoclave which sterilises for 30 minutes at 134 degrees.
Floors are hoovered, and where applicable steam cleaned; the treatment couch is re-dressed in disposable covers after every appointment and all surface areas are cleaned with disposable disinfection wipes.
Please contact the practice manger Mrs Singh via our contact form if you have any questions regarding the clinic.
Our staff are all fully qualified podiatrists with degrees in podiatric medicine and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, and Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. They have worked through out the UK in the NHS and private care. They have specialist expertise in the care of diabetic feet and wounds. Members of the team have worked on hospital wards, A&E, Ambulatory care, in Orthopedic clinics, the community, and in a domiciliary setting. They are able to treat a wide range of foot problems including fungating wounds, necrobiosis lipodica diabactorum, acute and chronic osteomyelitis, infected gangrenous limbs, wounds caused through neglect and post surgical wounds.