Is foot pain affecting your life?

Painful feet have been known for hundreds of years and even Aristotle was said to have said "when your feet hurt, you hurt all over". This is often very true as your feet are the foundation to you walking and standing and if they don’t work correctly you will get problems. There are many causes of foot problems and we believe our staff are experts in all aspects of footcare from nail cutting to complex foot surgery, as well as providing a custom made foot orthosis (insole) service . We are so confident that we can help that if you don’t believe that we have given you 100% in trying to improve your foot problem we will give you your money back!

Providing the best footcare

Why choose us?

Choosing a foot care provider is one of the most important decisions you can make for your feet. Here, at Chase Podiatry & Chiropody, we are warm, caring, knowledgeable, accessible and we will always take the time to go over all of your options and treat you as a person, not just a patient. This enables individual treatment plans to be implemented with every member of staff respecting the clients decision on treatments to improve their foot health.

Each client will be given a complete assessment then provided with up to date podiatry/chiropody treatments of the highest standard. All of our Podiatrists are highly trained with various specialities in foot health offering over 50 years experience in foot care. Unlike Foot Health Practitioners, all of our podiatric staff are registered and regulated by the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Government body for all health care professionals, and The College of Podiatry.

COVID-19 Patient Statement Updated: 24th March 2020

As a medical facility, we are able to continue to offer our service. However, we must ask that you really consider whether it is essential that you come in for your appointment. For the majority of people, a foot problem can wait.

Over the next 3 weeks, we will be offering a reduced service for essential care only. We will be contacting all of our patients to assess whether they really need to be seen, if they haven’t already made the decision to cancel. If somebody does need to come in for care, we will have extended appointment slots to limit contact with other patients in our waiting area. We would ask that you come into the practice alone wherever possible.

Our position remains subject to advice from the Government and our governing body, The College of Podiatry.

We will review this situation and be back in touch with our patients as and when anything changes.

We hope you all stay safe and well.