Are you looking to treat a painful ingrowing toenail? relieve that niggling heel pain, or you simply just want to have your nails cut, and the hard skin & corns removed… don’t worry if you think you’ve got embarrassing feet, we’ve seen it all before. We can help you achieve a better and improved foot health.
Podiatry, also known as Chiropody is a specialist branch of healthcare dealing with a multitude of issues in the foot, ankle and lower limb. We see a wide range of issues at the clinic, from assistance with footcare maintenance with all our HCPC registered Podiatrists and their advanced diagnostic skills being used to deal with circulation issues and problems arising from conditions such as diabetes, arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions.
Our primary aim is to improve the mobility, independence and quality of life of our patients. Imagine how that feels.
We can help you and your family keep your feet healthy and pain free!
…Please, don’t just take our word for it, here’s what Chrissy, Jane, Philip and others had to say about their experience.
Chrissy: I went to see Ronke for the first time last week as I had problems with various toes. She took care of my feet and addressed a couple of different issues. She recommended a few different creams to use in order to continue the treatment and was so kind to send an email as I was unable to remember what the creams were called. She even called me a few days later to check if there had been any progress. I would certainly recommend her services. January 2021
Jane: “Ronke is an amazing podiatrist, she is professional, knowledgeable and extremely welcoming. All procedures are undertaken with the patients safety foremost. This is my second visit to Ronke and I will continue to visit her so she can care for my feet. 5 stars”
Philip: ‘‘Excellent treatment from Ronke, takes her time and great attention to detail, now pain -free.”
Jim: “I Just wanted to thank you for the treatment, help and advice you gave me. My foot feels good now, I shall try to keep it that way, so thank you very much.”
Miriam: “I would like to say a big thank you for coming to the house and seeing to my husband’s feet. For the first time since February he is now free of pain. I hope we can call on you again in the future. you have done a marvellous job on my feet also.“
You can read more on what others say about their experience in the carousel below.
We are on the lookout for outstanding practitioners to join our amazing team here at The Vale Clinic.
We are on a compelling journey to achieve our vision of a world class practice, and committed to having fun along the way. We pride ourselves on maintaining a positive culture and an environment in which we can all thrive and realise our potential.
If you would like to learn more about us, check out our ‘meet the team’ page.
To find out more about the roles available, call the clinic on 0118 304 9389 for an informal chat with our founder and clinical director, Ronke Tinker.
We would love to hear from you if you are a:
To apply for a role, please send a current CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
None at all, the words Podiatry and Chiropody mean the same, and can be used interchangeably. Podiatry is a universal name that is commonly used.
No, Podiatrists and Chiropodists are specialists in Foot health.
Podiatrist and Chiropodists are Allied health care professionals who go through a three year degree course, where they are trained to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate foot and ankle conditions.
Podiatry is a branch of medicine.
Referrals can be made through your doctor, however, this is not always necessary.
You can contact the clinic directly on 07988 916 198 to book an appointment.
Alternatively, you can use the online booking system to make your appointment via the orange button below.
Yes, a number of private health insurance companies may cover the total cost of treatment, while others may only cover part of your treatment fees. Contact your private health insurer to find out.
To assist you with your claim, we can issue you with your treatment invoice which you can send to your insurance company.
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