Routine Nail Care

Feet are your body’s foundation, so keeping them healthy is vital to your overall health. Years of wear and tear can be hard on your feet. Looking after your feet can help to prevent problems. (Please remove any nail polish before treamtent)

Hard Skin

Many people have dry and hard skin on their feet that doesn’t cause discomfort but it can be unsightly and also be painful. Treatment removes areas of hard skins and helps prevent it in future cases.

Hard Skin

Feet are your body’s foundation, so keeping them healthy is vital to your overall health. Also known as callus, hard skin are patches of rough, thickened skin that can become painful. Treatment will assist in removing these problematic areas.


Corns are small lumps of hard skin, that can cause tenderness or pain under the skin especially when pressure is applied to them. 


The verruca virus can be very stubborn and unresponsive to over the counter treatments. If you are seeing little or no response with home treatments, you may need stronger intervention.


Verruca’s arise from a viral infection in the epidermis, they are a type of benign lesion on the skin. Although they are not serious, when they present on the weight bearing areas of the foot they can become painful due to the build-up of overlaying hard skin.

Thickened / fungal nails

Fungal nails can become thicker in parts and the nail can become discoloured and brittle. We use effective methods to treat your deep set infections

Fungal infections

Fungal infections can occur on many parts of your body. Some fungal infections cause a skin rash. Others cause drying or peeling of the skin. Fungal infections on the scalp may cause hair loss.

Fungal infections

Treating a fungal infection is very important, to prevent it spreading. A fungal infection can appear as peeling, scaly or itchy skin located between the toes or on the sides or soles of the feet.

Vascular and Neurovascular Assessment

This painless assessment is carried out as a routine
check to monitor any neurovascular deterioration in the patient. It is used to detect early signs and symptoms of acute ischaemia or compartment syndrome.

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