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Affordable foot care, podiatry and chiropody in Oxford

Oxford is well served by a variety of podiatry, chiropody foot and ankle clinics and centres offering a wide range of treatments, from nail surgery to children’s foot care and from care of the diabetic foot to sports injuries.

One of the most modern clinics is the Oxford Foot and Ankle Centre, which is located at Level Two, Clarendon House, 52 Cornmarket Street, Oxford, OX1 3HJ. This brand-new facility adds further choice for anyone in Oxford and the surrounding area needing treatment for routine nail-care, nail surgery and nail reconstruction, orthopaedic and biomechanical assessments, orthotic and insole assessment and provision by a specialist orthotist, diabetic foot care and management of associated problems, foot dermatology, or falls assessments, advice and intervention.

Where to find a podiatrist to treat sports injuries in Oxford

People with active lives, a passion for sport and people who walk or stand for long periods for work may all need the help of a podiatrist, in Oxford, to help reduce the impact of their lifestyle on their foot health.

The Oxford Foot and Ankle Centre, which has just opened at St Luke’s Hospital, Latimer Road, Headington, Oxford OX3 7PF offers a range of treatments for “the active foot” including biomechanical and musculoskeletal assessments by a trained specialist podiatrist.

We also offer orthotics and insoles as a way to treat and minimize pain and discomfort in ankles and feet.

Which podiatrists in Oxford treat children’s feet conditions?

If you are concerned about the development of your children’s feet or they have any of the number of different foot problems can affect children, including structural issues with the foot such as flat-footedness, or general issues, for example, in-grown toenails, infections or verrucae the Oxford Foot and Ankle Centre can help.

The branch of podiatry that specializes in the treatment of young feet is called podopediatrics and it is a speciality of our newly opened Foot and Ankle Centre in Oxford.

There are numerous other conditions seen in a developing young person such as in-toeing, out-toeing, Achilles tendon issues, bursitis and different forms of knee pain, heel pain which arises as a result of adverse transitional development and which may be assisted in different ways.

If your child is complaining of foot ankle or lower limb pain, the Oxford Foot and Ankle Centre will be happy to review your child’s difficulty and advise on an appropriate treatment plan or referral.

Where can I find a podiatrist in Oxford to treat the ageing foot or geriatric foot care?

Situated conveniently in central Oxford we offer specialist care for the ageing and diabetic foot such as ageing skin, toe deformity, reduced circulation, nail pathology, arthritic problems and diabetes-related issues.

Which podiatrist in Oxford offers nail care and the treatment of calluses and corns?

Our modern new clinic in central Oxford offers professional diagnosis and care for a wide range of common foot and ankle problems such as nail pathology (in-growing nails, discoloured nails, fractured or splintered nails, fungal infections, thickened nails -all of which may be problematic for self-care), callus (thickened areas of skin on the foot),corns (of different types on the surface of the foot and on joints or between toes),dermatology, skin infections and fungal areas, athlete’s foot, verruca (also treated surgically or by physical therapy, cracked skin on the heels or elsewhere, dry skin (anhidrosis) or excessive perspiration (hyperhidrosis), and skin issues (eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and other forms of skin disorder)

Is the Oxford Foot and Ankle Centre HCPC approved?

The Health and Care Professions Council is a statutory regulator of over 344,000 professionals from 16 health and care professions in the United Kingdom. The Oxford Foot and Ankle Centre is registered with the HCPC, offering foot care treatments, including prescriptions, minor surgery and in-shoe orthotics to treat foot, ankle and lower limb musculoskeletal problems we provide care for common foot problems, arthritis and diabetes sufferers, children’s foot care and growing pains, sports injuries and pain relief.