Are you looking for professional podiatry in Cheshire? At the Brookdale Clinic in Knutsford, Cheshire, we are renowned for our aesthetic and cosmetic treatments and physiotherapy – but did you know we offer expert podoiatry services too?
We are proud to offer podiatry services to our clients from Cheshire and beyond, helping them to stay healthy and pain-free.
Our comprehensive podiatry treatments (sometimes known as chiropody) can help tackle and manage a range of issues including: Athlete’s foot, bunions, corns and callouses, ingrown toenails, sweaty feet, verrucae, thick toenails and fungal infections.
We offer local Cheshire clients a wide range of podiatry treatments, carried out by in-house expert podiatrist Lisa Searle in a discreet and peaceful setting in Knutsford, Cheshire.
Who needs Podiatry in Cheshire?
The answer – all of us! From marathon runners to arthritis sufferers, podiatry can help all of us to maintain healthy, happy feet.
While many of us pay close attention to aspects of our general health such as our teeth and eyesight, our feet are often overlooked. Hidden away in socks and shoes, it’s easy to forget how vital a part they play in our well being – until something uncomfortable or unsightly begins to trouble us.
Podiatry undertaken by experienced and qualified clinicians is the best way to prevent, treat and manage problematic conditions affecting our foot health. Podiatry can help to make your feet both look and feel healthier, stronger and smoother as well as treat conditions that can have significant impact on foot and wider health.
At The Brookdale Clinic we offer all our potential Cheshire podiatry clients a free consultation in order to discuss your specific concerns and develop an affordable treatment plan. Why not call us to arrange yours today on 01565 651 832?
Podiatrists are qualified to assess, diagnose and treat problems affecting the foot and lower limb. This can range from sports injuries and nail problems to long term conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. Podiatry is suitable for those of any age experiencing health issues with their feet and for the elderly can play a vital part in remaining independent and mobile.
Why choose Brookdale for Podiatry in Cheshire?
For expert podiatry in a serene setting in Cheshire, look no further than the Brookdale Clinic.
Our podiatrist, Lisa Searle BSc, DPodM, MChS, is an expert in the field with more than 22 years’ clinical experience. Lisa has worked in a variety of public and private sector healthcare settings and having previously held the role of clinical specialist podiatrist within the NHS for 17 years, has a wealth of experience in the treatment and management of foot problems.
Lisa has helped those living with diabetes, vascular problems and other complex medical conditions for many years and is passionate about improving the lives of all her Cheshire clients through the highest quality podiatry treatment.
Lisa provides podiatry clients in Cheshire with comprehensive advice and preventative treatment in order to manage long term conditions, as well as alleviate pain. Lisa’s extensive clinical experience is fundamental to our podiatry service.
Podiatry and Diabetes
According to Diabetes UK, podiatry is “one of the most overlooked aspects of diabetes management”. They add: “many people with diabetes are entirely unaware that they need to take special care of their feet and visit a podiatrist at once if problems arise”.
This is because diabetes can cause nerve damage, poor circulation, high risk of infection and joint stiffness. Podiatry is essential in order to prevent ulcers, damage and even amputation in diabetes sufferers.
Regular risk assessment is crucial to maintaining the health of those living with diabetes. As the condition can cause numbness, it is particularly essential that those managing diabetes are seen regularly by a podiatry professional to check for any deterioration in foot condition.
Podiatry and Arthritis
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), our practitioner Lisa Searle is expertly trained to assist those with arthritis to combat their foot pain and other associated problems.
The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society explains the vital function podiatry has in arthritis care. It serves to: “reduce foot-related pain, maintain / improve foot function and so mobility, while protecting skin and other tissues from damage”.
According to the NRAS “Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is the commonest type of inflammatory arthritis. Up to 90% of people with this condition will report associated foot problems”. If you’re suffering the effects of rheumatoid arthritis, the Brookdale Clinic in Cheshire is here to help you. Call us today on 01565 651 832 and find out how our comprehensive podiatry service could transform your life.
Podiatry and the body
It’s not just our feet that benefit from good foot health. Issues affecting the feet can have a negative impact across many parts of the body. Uneven weight distribution caused by painful feet can cause a host of other problems for our joints and backs. Knees, hips, shoulders and back can all experience chronic pain as a result of painful feet and the resultant poor walking and posture. Many only realise this once they have visited a physiotherapist or osteopath for persistent back or joint pain.
Don’t suffer a moment longer – contact the Brookdale Clinic in Cheshire today and improve your life with podiatry.