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General foot check and maintenance

During neuromuscular assessment I will check your feet pulse, temperature, coloraturas, 
skin texture and sensation to detect serious foot conditions.

Nail Bracing

Nail bracing – conservative method used for ingrown nails. Nail bracing is a safe, simple, and inexpensive treatment option that avoids surgery, requires no anesthetic, requires no recovery period, allows wearing the existing shoes, offered immediate relief from pain. Braces can be used for prolonged periods of times. If recurrence occurs reapplication of bracing is usually required.

Cracked heels

When the skin on the bottom of the feet and heels becomes too dry, it can split open, leaving painful cracks called fissures on your heels. They can become sore and start to bleed. It can be treated by using a combination of scalpel, filing and topical treatment.


A verruca is a wart that is usually found on the soles of feet, but they can also appear around the toes. They can grow to half an inch in diameter and may spread into a cluster of small warts. They are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV).

Ingrowing nails

This is a common condition in which the corner or side of a toenail grow into the soft flesh. This results in pain, swelling, redness and can lead to an infection.

Fungal infection

Nail fungus us a common condition that begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail. As the fungal infection goes deeper it may cause your nail to discolour, thicken and crumble at the edge.

Fungal skin infection

Athlete’s foot is fungal infection that usually begins between the toes. It commonly occurs in people whose feet have become very sweaty while confined within tight fitting shoes. Symptoms include a scaly rash, itching, stinging and burning. It is contagious and can be spread via contaminated floors, towels or clothing.

Corn and Calluses

Corns and calluses on the feet are thickened areas of skin that can become painful. They are caused by excessive pressure or rubbing (friction) on the skin and can lead to foot problems, especially when walking. The common cause is wearing bad fitting shoes. Corn can be removed by using an enucleation technique, where as callus can be timed using a scalpel or electric file.

Diabetic foot care

Having diabetes means you’re at much greater risk of developing foot problems. This is because raised blood glucose, also known as blood sugar, can damage the sensation in your feet. It can also affect your circulation, which can lead to you getting less blood supply to your feet. Without a good blood supply you may have problems with cuts and sores healing. You may also get cramps and pain in your legs or feet. Regular check-ups and treatment can lower risk of infections, ulceration and destruction of deep tissues.

Medical Pedicures

What is Medical Pedicures? 

This is the foot treatment to choose if you’re looking for a thorough overhaul of your feet.

Medical Pedicures is an intensive, non-invasine treatment which ensures both the health and beauty of your feet. It combines all elements of special services with the safe removal of corns, calluses and hard, dry skin.

We recommend a Medical Pedicures every 8-10 week for beauty and healthy feet. After the safe removal of corn, Calluses, and hard skin, we follow with a routine pedicure where toenails are shaped, buffed and cut, together with a cuticle treatment deep exfoliation followed by a mini massage and foot cream application.

Medical Pedicure uses specialised tools that have been sterilised in between treatments to 134 degrees in autoclave.