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Good foot health care is worth it

Foot Health practitioners often see initial symptoms of arthritis, diabetes, nerve, and circulatory disorders in the foot as well as treat more common ailments such as broken bones, corns, calluses, toenail problems, bunions, arch disorders and toe/joint deformities. The cost of a regular  visit to our clinicis well worth the benefits. Good foot health is vital to mobility, independence, and maintaining and enjoying an active lifestyle.

Foot problems are not  just suffered by older people , but young people too, especially for those involved in sport, running and hiking. Therefore it is even more important for them to take care of their feet as they have  a long life ahead of them!

Looking after your feet

The foot is a complex structure made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles and tendons. When you have a problem with your feet, it can affect the health of your entire body, and importantly, your lifestyle. Good foot health care is vital to maintaining and enjoying an active lifestyle. That's where Foot Health Practitioners play a vital role.

Who should see a Foot Health Practitioner?

People of all ages with any foot, ankle or related problems can benefit from the high quality health care provided by a qualified Practitioner

Children, active people and athletes should see a Practitioner at least once in their life to determine if there are any biomechanical or structural problems that can affect their overall health and performance either now or later in life.

Your feet have to last a lifetime. They deserve attention and care that Foot Health Practitioners can provide.

Your Foot Carer

Foot Health Practitioners who specialise in preventing, diagnosing and treating foot- and ankle-related pain and disorders. All Practitioners provide a vast range of foot health care from general care to treating infections, nail and skin disorders, sports injuries. They also treat problems related to diabetes, arthritis, neurological disorders, and circulation, as well as structural imbalances causing back and knee pain.

Foot Practitioners are one of the few health care specialists you can make an appointment with directly. You don't need a referral from your family doctor to see a Foot practitioner and you should be able to receive treatment without a long waiting period.

Infection Control Standards

The policy and standard of Universal Precautions with respect to instrument sterility, infection control and office cleanliness.  All instruments are steam autoclaved for sterility after each patient use.  Hand washing between patients and general office cleanliness is compulsory.  These are the standards to be expected from your Practitioner.


Contact Us

mapTrekeek Foot Health Clinic, Trekeek Farm, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32 9UB

map01840 213054