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As an essential medical service Feet First Podiatry can remain open during lockdown and patients are permitted to attend appointments.

Please note the that all Covid-19 safety regulations have been put in place to provide the safest possible environment for your peace of mind and wellbeing.

  • Please do not attend the clinic if you have any COVID-19 symptoms or have been requested to isolate as a result of the new track and trace system
  • Treatments are strictly by appointment only
  • No walk ins are permitted
  • You will be required to wear a face mask before entering the clinic
  • Hand sanitiser will be provided upon entering and leaving
  • Your podiatrist will be wearing PPE
  • Do not bring unnecessary coats or bags into the clinic
  • Appointment times have been staggered so please arrive on time and avoid arriving early
  • The treatment room is cleaned before you enter and when you leave
  • Please attend your appointment alone unless you require support

Thank you for your understanding

Welcome to Feet first Chiropody and Podiatry. At feet first we provide a professional, friendly and comprehensive footcare service to all our clients. We are always happy to help with any queries or questions so please don’t hesitate to contact us.

What is the difference between a podiatrist and a chiropodist?.

This is a question that I’m frequently asked by my clients. A Podiatrist is a qualified healthcare professional that is devoted to the study, treatment and management of disorders of the foot and lower limb. The titles “Podiatrist” and “chiropodist” are interchangeable; however the term Podiatrist is being more frequently used nowadays and promoted within the medical profession.

A Podiatrist or Chiropodist is a medical healthcare professional trained to diagnose, treat and manage a wide range of foot and lower leg complaints. A Podiatrist studies a three year degree course in Podiatric medicine and once qualified is awarded a BSc degree in Podiatry.

All Podiatrists are required to be registered with the Health and Care Professions council (HCPC ) and to be members of the College of Podiatry (COP)

To ensure your Podiatrist is registered and for your own peace of mind you can go online and check the HCPC register. All Podiatrists on the HCPC register are fully qualified. To check look for the HCPC logo opposite.

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