large_IMG_7044A podiatrist works to improve the mobility, independence and quality of life for their patients by providing preventative care, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of problems affecting the feet, ankles and lower limbs. Most people enjoy their visit to a podiatrist and are surprised that it is not painful or unpleasant.

What treatment does a podiatrist provide?

  • Essential foot care for all ages – corns, calluses and verrucae treatment.
  • Common foot problems eg. metatarsalgia, plantar fasciitis, bunions
  • Vascular and neurological assessments and wound management
  • (annual diabetic check ups done)
  • Treatment of the diabetic and rheumatoid foot
  • The use of local anaesthetic and nail surgery.
  • Biomechanical assessment, prescription and making of insoles and orthotics (adults and children).
  • Referral to a podiatric surgeon if required.

You can seek Sue Walker’s advice and treatment without a doctor’s referral, by contacting the clinic directly for an appointment on 01234 378996

Meet our Practitioner

Sue Walker DPodM SRCh MChS