Market Weighton Foot Clinic
At a glance
Book an appointment now! Tuesdays - flexible times - more days becoming available soon.
Price: £30.00 per session. Home visits possible.
Please contact The Wellbeing Centre on 01430 803223 or Penny on 07870 567704 or
Welcome to Market Weighton Foot Clinic
We offer a full range of modern podiatry and chiropody treatments, provided to the highest possible standard, in a comfortable and friendly environment.
Sore feet do not have to be a way of life: with podiatric diagnosis and a proactive approach to foot care, we can put the spring back in your step and help you lead a full and independent life! Poor foot health can have a huge impact on your overall health and wellbeing: our treatment is tailor-made to help you get the most out of life.
Do you suffer from corns, calluses, in-growing toenails, bunions, athlete's foot or verrucae?
Do your feet hurt?
Are you diabetic?
Do you suffer from rheumatoid or osteoarthritis?
Do you suffer from heel pain or plantar fasciitis?
These are just some of the many problems we can help with.
The Market Weighton Foot Clinic is situated at The Wellbeing Centre in Market Weighton, with easy access to Beverley, Pocklington, Holme upon Spalding Moor, Driffield and all the villages in between! There is ample, easy parking on the doorstep or just next door in the free public car park. We have easy wheelchair access, with all rooms being on the ground floor.
What is the difference between a Chiropodist and a Podiatrist?
"Chiropodists and podiatrists deal with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the lower limb and are qualified to treat people with arthritis, diabetes and sports injuries and undertake nail surgery. They work with people of all ages but play a particularly important role in helping older people to stay mobile and, therefore, independent.
There is no difference between a chiropodist and a podiatrist. Podiatrist is the term used for chiropodists in other English speaking countries" (Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists).
Our podiatrists are registered with both The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and The Health Professions Council and hold a BSc degree.
For appointments or further information please contact the Wellbeing Centre
Common problems that the podiatrist can help you with:
Diabetes: foot related problems
Heel pain and Plantar Fasciitis
Athlete's Foot and fungal infections
Walking and hiking problems