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Podiatry/Chiropody Appointments During Coronavirus - WE ARE OPEN !!
Podiatrists/Chiropodists are registered allied health care professionals (www.hcpc-uk.org/check-the-resgister) and are permitted to treat emergencies AND routine patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Emergency patients are those who currently have or who are at high risk of having INFECTION, ULCERATION, PAIN or INGROWING TOE NAILS.
During these challenging times some people are struggling with their feet. It is very important to restrict the spread of Coronavirus. It is important at the time of booking an appointment that we explore your exposure level to the virus. Please call 01562 540 203 and I will speak to you directly. You can still book online but please make it clear what your medical status is regarding the Covid 19 virus. I may still contact you before your appointment to ensure all is ok.
What to expect at your appointment
- PPE worn my me
- Hand gel - please use before entering the treatment room
- Surfaces disinfected between patients
- Spaced out appointments to avoid patient’s bumping into each other
- Air Filter
- "Sneeze Screen" between patient and practitioner
- patient masks available at the clinic
"Lovely friendly & honest guy! Nav knows his stuff & gives all the info you need. Highly recommended to all. Thank you very much." - Carrie-Ann
"Great!! Had treatment with Nav and he is really really good. He's got a lot of time for people. Helped me every session as I'm very... squeamish... he's very understanding. Would recommend to anyone!!!" - J Dunn
“Top guy. Go-to foot expert. Had some joint manipulation with Nav. I've never looked back. Thanks!”
- Mr. C Canney
"Very highly recommend. 1st class service, feels like I have new feet, THANKS Nav.''
Read the MyPod Blog
Here at MyPod we’re delighted to introduce a new service. Now we can repair that damaged toe nail before you go on your holidays or even if its just so you can get those sandals out!!! Using a special resin I am able to reconstruct the damaged toe nail so that it appears similar to…Read more
When it comes to foot care it is vital that you use the professionals in the industry to ensure safety with your feet and great detail in care. Here at Kidderminster Foot Clinic I have the skills to care for your feet and your feelings while keeping you comfortable in my presence. Chiropody treatments cover…Read more
Ingrowing toe nails can be very difficult to manage by yourself, and on occasion it isn’t even the nail that is causing the pain. A real ingrowing toe nail will be painful, red, swollen and quite often infected. When this happens it’s best to first make sure your footwear isn’t too tight; try bathing the…Read more
If you’re suffering from Heel Pain it may be that you have Plantar Fasciitis. You may have also googled it to see what is the best way to treat it. Well, I hope you will find my blog useful because I use a variey of ways to treat this painful condition. What’s new at my…Read more
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Here at Kidderminster Foot Clinic we run a dedicated Ingrowing Toe Nail Service. We have years of experience in dealing with problem nails and we’ll be able to advise you on the best treatment for your painful nail. Ingrowing or just Pinching? Sometimes it’s not obvious if you have an ingrowing toe nail or one…Read more
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