What might you see a Foot Health Practitioner for?

  • Diabetic foot assessment and monitoring
  • Nail trimming
  • Reduction of thickened nails
  • Skin conditions
  • Corns
  • Callus
  • Verrucae
  • Athletes foot
  • In growing toenails
  • Fungal infections
  • Advice on home care and maintenance between appointments

Who would seek treatment from a Foot Health Practitioner?

Treatment can benefit people of any age. An ultra-marathon runner may seek treatment during training to ensure nail length and hard skin is managed to maximise comfort in the long training miles, whereas someone who has limited mobility may struggle to reach their feet for general maintenance. For many people, routine care and advice on their feet can prevent potential issues.

A Foot Health Practitioner is trained to help you identify and deal with problems you may have with your feet.

Janine Mullett – Foot Health Practitioner

Janine's career started in the private healthcare sector in Canada where she was a key member of the management team in a private clinic setting. In 2010 Janine moved to the UK to continue her career and enjoy the beauty of South East England. She feels blessed to work in a team of committed professionals and provide patients with the best care and experience possible.

Patient Care

First appointments are 60 minutes and consist of assessment, treatment, advice and further treatment planning (where necessary).

Follow up appointments are booked as needed and are 30 minutes in duration.

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