Central Podiatry Christmas Opening Hours 2017

Christmas Opening Hours

Here are our Christmas opening hours for 2017:

Thursday 21st Dec : 9:30am – 5:00pm

Friday 22nd Dec – Wednesday 3rd Jan : Closed

Thursday 4th Jan : 9:00am – 5:00pm

Friday 5th Jan : 1:30pm – 5:00pm

Monday 8th Jan : Open As Usual

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Case Study – Verruca treatment using Liquid Nitrogen

This verruca on the third toe was causing embarrassment and discomfort.

 

After an initial assessment and a discussion on various management options, cryotherapy using liquid nitrogen was selected as the treatment.

 

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The verruca before treatment.

 

 

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The verruca has resolved after just 2 treatments using liquid nitrogen
Central Podiatry Easter Opening Hours

Easter Opening Hours

EASTER OPENING TIMES

Friday 14th closed
Saturday 15th closed
Sunday 16th closed
Monday 17th closed
Tuesday 18th open as usual 9am to 5pm

for appointments call 01327 700033

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When to see a podiatrist

Many people don’t know when to visit a podiatrist or what conditions we treat. We’ve put together a list of some of the most common conditions for which you should visit a podiatrist.

Ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails are caused when the nail grows into the skin. They can be painful and often lead to infection. If you suspect you have one, visit a podiatrist and they can recommend the best course of treatment.

We offer treatment ingrown nails at Central Podiatry

Joint Pain

If you’re experiencing joint pain in your feet or ankles, it could be a sign of arthritis. A podiatrist can assess whether it is and suggest treatments which can help to preserve joint health and help make your daily life easier.

Heel Pain

Heel pain, also known as Plantar fasciitis, is very common and can often be easily treated. Causes can range from heel spurs to tendon inflammation. By consulting a podiatrist, they can identify the cause and recommend the best treatment for you.

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Corns and Calluses

These are the most common reason for visiting a podiatrist. They are caused by a build-up of hard skin on the feet and can be bothersome and painful when left untreated. Podiatrists can remove them gently by using a scalpel blade.

Diabetes

If you suffer from diabetes, then you are significantly more prone to foot problems. By having regular foot examinations performed by a podiatrist, you can reduce your risk of future complications. It’s particularly important if you have any sores or wounds on your feet.

At Central Podiatry, we offer foot assessments for those with diabetes and other conditions which put your feet at risk.

Numbness or swelling

If you’re experiencing numbness or swelling in one or both feet, then it’s important that you visit a podiatrist. It could be due to a sprain, broken bone, infection, tendonitis or another cause. By getting it checked out, you can get the right treatment quickly and reduce the risk of long term damage.

Bunions

A bunion is a hard lump that appears on the side of the foot, next to the big toe. It occurs when the bone or joint of the big toe is out of places and will only get worse if left untreated. A range of treatments can be recommended by your podiatrist and in the most severe cases, surgery may be advised.

For more information about what podiatrists do and when you should see one, take a look at the NHS website.