FAQ - What Does a Chiropodist Do?

Frequently Asked Questions

The role of the Chiropodist is to maintain and improve patient mobility, to alleviate foot pain, provide health education and thereby improving the patient’s quality of life. A Chiropodist provides care to a diverse range of patients and can specialize in the following areas:
– Diabetic Care
– Sport Injuries
– Pediatrics
– Geriatrics
– Rheumatology
– Biomechanical and Gait Analysis
– Podiatric Soft Tissue Surgery
– Wound Care
Whilst the team at South West Podiatry is trained and experienced in all the above treatments, we particularly enjoy treating sports injuries of the lower limb and helping our patients get back to their sport.