Choose Between Two Options
- £22 for a chiropody treatment with foot massage (44% off)
£22 for a Dermojet verruca treatment or a biomechanical assessment (51% off)
A chiropody treatment usually involves trimming nails and removing hard skin. Corns and calluses are removed, and thickened, fungal or ingrown nails, as well as verrucas, are treated. The treatment is followed by a foot massage performed using a natural foot salve, and a blend of grape seed, tea tree and lemon oil is applied to the nails.
A Dermojet verruca treatment starts with an examination to confirm the diagnosis of a verruca. The podiatrists then numbs the skin with a local anaesthetic and, using a dry needling technique, will aim to create an inflammatory response, thus triggering an immune system reaction from within the verruca tissue.
- A biomechanical assessment is designed to address recurring lower back pain, hip pain or knee pain, which may be caused by misalignment within the basic structure of the foot. The podiatrist will asses the client’s body posture, the foot and leg function, and the position, alignment and movement in the joints, also addressing shoe choice and gait.
The Hampden Foot Clinic
The podiatrists at the Hampden Foot Clinic offer services ranging from simple corn and callus removal to the more complicated procedures, such as the treatment of verrucas or ingrown nails, as well as biomechanical assessments addressing back, hip or knee pain. The Clinic also provides custom treatments for diabetics, as well as foot massages performed with natural products.
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