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Corns and Calluses


Corns / Calluses are areas of hard, thickened skin

Patient getting treatment for Calluses
Ingrown Toenail


There can be managed by learning how to cut and manage the nails correctly.

A patient getting treatment for an ingrown toenail
Sport Injuries


Sport Injuries can cause of a lot of foot pain, and should be treated without delay.

Athletic feeling sore foot


Verrucas are caused by Human Papillomavirus (HPV).

Visible Verrucas on the underside of a foot

About Louisa Seymour Podiatry

Louisa Seymour BSc(Hons), MCPod, HCPC registered; qualified from Chelsea school of Chiropody & Podiatry in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Hons degree in Podiatry. Louisa is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podatrists and is registered with the Health Care Professions Council (CH13124).

My associate is Charlotte Wenlock HCPC number:CH34703.
Charlotte graduated from Aston University Birmingham in 2014 and has an interest in Sports Podiatry

All Registered members of ‘The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists’ have to undertake a 3 year Honours Degree at a recognised school and annually carry out 30 hours of continued professional development (CPD) training to keep up to date.

Over the years Louisa has not just worked in the private sector but also within the NHS treating people with diabetes, complex wounds and vascular conditions.

Untreated verrucae and fungual infections.

The practice offers advice on all areas of foot care and treatments to foot conditions including skin, nail and joint problems as well as the treatment of verrucae and fungual infections.

Minor surgical procedures being performed

Minor surgical procedures can be carried out under local anaesthesia for curative treatment of problems such as in-growing toenails.

Identifying issues of a diabetic's foot

We can advise on and treat diabetes related foot problems including diabetic foot ulcers and carry out vascular assessments.

Getting the right shoes for their foot shape.

Specialist footwear and fitting advice is available to ensure that the patient can then purchase the best fitting shoe for their foot shape.

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