Whether you require treatment for a foot condition, struggle to care for your feet yourself, or going on holiday and want your feet to look and feel great, you’ll experience the very best in Chiropody care at the Hatt Clinic.
"Well what a treat! Walked off feeling so comfortable and on Cloud 9. Fabulous experience and will definitely go back"
You’ll experience a total foot care approach every time you visit – this means that in addition to any conditions that require treating, we will take care of all of your foot health needs.
Your treatment is centred around you and your individual goals. A total foot care approach means that at every appointment you attend all of your foot care needs will be taken care of. This ensures your feet are kept in the best possible condition and often prevents any future problems from arising.
There is no difference between a ‘Chiropodist’ and ‘Podiatrist’. Both words refer to the same profession and both are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
Your first appointment will be up to 60 minutes and all subsequent appointments will be up to 30 minutes. We allow longer for your first visit so we can better understand your needs and goals.
Please bring a full list of any medication you are currently taking. If you are wearing nail varnish please remove it prior to your appointment.
Ask our friendly team by calling 01380 730473.
|First Chiropody Appointment
(Promotional price for October)
Offer price: £40
Save: £20 (33%)
|Subsequent Chiropody Appointments||£40|
We work with all major insurance companies.
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