Pete graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Northampton. He is a member of the College of Podiatry and Health & Care Professions Council and holds additional entitlements to administer local anaesthesia for minor surgery and for the sale and supply of prescription only medicines.
Pete is a keen athlete and competes in triathlon, 10K, half and full marathons. He has provided acute podiatric care to runners as part of the medical team at the London Marathon and has an interest in foot and ankle injuries and their rehabilitation.
What are fungal nails?
A fungal nail infection can occur in fingernails or toenails. In the toenail it usually occurs as a result of having Athletes foot that has been left untreated. Athletes foot is a fungal infection that resides on the sole of the foot and between the toes, if not managed it can eventually spread to the nails. The nails can become discoloured, thickened, have a strong odour and become uncomfortable. The shape and thickness of the nail can change making them difficult to trim and causing discomfort when placing pressure on them.
What is the cause?
And a Happy New Year from Central Podiatry!
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Our Christmas opening hours are as follows.
19th December – 9am to 5pm
20th December to 3rd January – Closed
4th January – 1:30pm to 5pm
7th January – Open as usual
We are very pleased to welcome our new podiatrist Seán Heath. Sean has experience in the NHS and private practice covering all aspects of podiatry including routine treatment, biomechanical assessments and orthotic therapy, SWIFT microwave therapy and nail surgery. He is registered with the Health Care Professions Council and a member of the College of Podiatry (formally known as the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists).
Central Podiatry Daventry can offer a new reliable test to accurately diagnose fungal nail infection. In around half of cases where nails are unsightly or thickened, fungal infection is not responsible. In some cases this can lead to inappropriate and unecessary fungal nail treatment.
To carry out the test a small nail sample is required, the procedure is painless and takes only 5 minutes to carry out while you wait.
To book an appointment please contact us on 01327 700033
Warm Wax Therapy Treatment.
Please click here to open the PDF to read more about this treatment.
We’d like to welcome Alison Davies to our practice.
Alison has lots of experience working in medical practices and will be a much needed valuable addition to Central Podiatry.
Clinic Easter opening times 2018
The clinic will be closed on Friday 30th March until Tuesday 3rd April.
Wishing you all a very happy Easter from Central Podiatry