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Podiatrists treat problems with feet and lower limbs, including injuries, skin and nail problems, and long-term conditions. We offer a range of services to help you take care of your feet.
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Appointments available now! Your feet play a crucial role in your mobility, and at Provide Wellbeing, our experienced Podiatrists offer specialist, affordable services to help you address your foot care and promote the health of your feet and ankles. Foot pain can be irritating at the best of times, and debilitating at worst, if not taken care of by a professional. Your Podiatrist will discuss your needs and recommend a solution or routine treatment depending on your requirements. Call us today to book a new patient assessment.

At Provide Wellbeing, our Podiatrists focus on supporting you in maintaining healthy feet. You may want to have a skin lesion removed because you do not like the way that it looks or how it makes you feel, or you may be experiencing pain when you walk. Our self-pay Podiatry service is available for a variety of needs including nail cutting, LCN nail correction, and cryotherapy.

Our Podiatry services are available at Kestrel House clinic in Chelmsford, and Tollgate Clinic in Colchester, including:

  • Nail cutting
  • Verruca treatment
  • LCN toenail cosmetics and correction
  • Ingrown nail surgery
  • Cryotherapy

How can Podiatry help me?

Podiatrists are highly skilled health professionals who have been trained to prevent, diagnose and treat conditions of the feet and lower limbs. They are specialists in the way we walk and are able to help manage all aspects of foot care such as injuries, skin and nail problems, and the effects of long-term conditions such as diabetes.

Treatment information

Routine Podiatry

We offer Routine Podiatry to provide foot comfort services as well as recommendations on what procedures are best suited for your requirements.

Some of the Routine Podiatry services we provide include:

  • Foot preparation and physical and dermatological examination of the feet
  • Cut, file and removal of debris on nails and nail thickness reduced
  • Callus and corn removal
  • Treatment of ingrowing toenails
  • Paddings, dressings and cream applied to feet
  • Advice and recommendations for further treatment

Nail cutting

Our nail cutting service provides foot preparation and nail cutting only.

Verruca treatment

Our podiatrists offer verruca treatment to break down the verruca and provide expert advice on how to prevent it spreading or recurring.

LCN toenail cosmetics and correction

LCN is a manufacturer of modern nail cosmetics, and various treatment solutions are available to give you healthy, well-groomed nails and cuticles.

We offer new patient assessments and nail preparation, as well as the removal of the gel polish. We use LCN’s extremely elastic UV gel system designed specifically for toenails which adapts to the movements of the toe. Its unique adhesive properties hide ridges, deformation, and discolouration, and protects growing toenails.

This treatment can be used for partially missing toenails, toenail damage from trauma or surgery, or as a protective covering due to a chronic medical condition, psoriatic nails or vertical splits. It is suitable for diabetic patients.

Ingrown nail surgery

Our nail surgery treatment involves the removal of ingrowing toenails using local anaesthetic. This includes the application of the chemical phenol to prevent it from growing back, as well as the initial follow-up appointment and GP letter.

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy involves the freezing of stubborn verrucas or warts on the feet in order to damage the viral capsule (the outer layer) to aid the body in fighting the virus. This process usually takes a few minutes and can stop warts from spreading further.

We can also provide a GP letter which requests or informs your GP of any tests, diagnostic imaging, changes in your health or medication requirements.

Treatments are not age-specific unless otherwise stated.


Pricing and appointments

Services available at Tollgate Clinic

New Patient Assessment (30 minutes) - £55

Routine Podiatry - including corns and callus (30 minutes) – £45

Verruca treatment (20 minutes) - £30

Nail cutting (20 minutes) – £30

Ingrown nail surgery, including one post-op appointment and GP letter (90 minutes) – one nail £270, two nails £350

Services available at Kestrel House

New Patient Assessment (30 minutes) - £55

Routine Podiatry - including corns and callus (30 minutes) – £45

LCN new patient assessment and nail preparation (15 minutes) – £30

LCN nail correction (30 minutes) – one nail £50, two nails £75

LCN removal (15 minutes) – £30

Nail cutting (20 minutes) – £30

Ingrown nail surgery, including one post-op appointment and GP letter (90 minutes) – one nail £270, two nails £350

Cryotherapy, including debridement (15 minutes) – £40

GP letter – £10

Antibiotics – £10

You can find a full list of payment terms and conditions here.

If you have queries about the Podiatry services that we offer, please get in touch with our friendly team to find out more or to book an appointment.

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    Gillian is a podiatrist with 8 years' post qualification experience in Podiatry medicine following her BSc (Hons) degree in 2013.
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