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Welcome to Podiatric Management

Podiatric Management provides a wide range of podiatric services. Katriona specialises in assessing and treating musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries and general biomechanical deformities. That said, she is passionate about all aspects of Podiatry and is also very experienced in providing chiropody care, nail surgery and diabetic foot assessments.

Some common areas of podiatric treatment include:

Toe pain (including bunions)
Foot, heel or ankle pain
Shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome)
Calf pain
Knee, hip or buttock pain
Leg length differences

Lower back pain
Abnormal nail conditions, nail surgery, removal of in-growing toenails
Removal of calluses (hard skin) and corns
Verrucae
Diabetic foot health assessments

Katriona has extensive experience in both private practice and the NHS and is professionally registered with The Health Professionals Council and The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, as well as with most major health insurance companies.

What is Podiatry and Chiropody?

"Podiatry, more appropriately 'podiatric medicine' is a field of healthcare devoted to the study and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and the knee, leg and hip (collectively known as the lower extremity)” for Wikipedia article.

“Pod” is the Latin word for foot and The term “Podiatry” has evolved from the title “Chiropody” to reflect the full extent of the profession. Historically a chiropodist would only treat toenails, corns and calluses. As the profession developed, however, this title no longer encompassed the full scope of practice. It now ranges from nail and bone surgery of the foot to musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, in addition to more traditional chiropody. Hence, a Podiatrist is the term given to a lower limb specialist.