Podiatry/Chiropodry in Norwich

Podiatry

You may want to see a podiatrist/chiropodist for advice and treatment if you have painful feet, thickened or discoloured toenails, cracks or cuts in the skin, growths such as, warts or verrucas, scaling or peeling on the soles, or any other foot-related problem.

Podiatrists can also supply orthotics, which are tailor-made insoles, padding and arch supports to relieve arch or heel pain.

The orthotic is put into your shoe to realign your foot, take pressure off vulnerable areas of your foot, or simply make your shoes more comfortable.

Even if your feet are generally in good condition, you might consider having a single session of podiatry. For example, you may want to have any hard skin on your feet removed or have your toenails clipped. You can also benefit from help with more complex foot problems, including preventing, diagnosing and treating injuries related to sports and exercise.

A podiatrist can also advise you about footwear (take your shoes with you) and check that you're looking after your feet properly.

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Practitioners
Gaynor Hewitt PgDip. Bsc. HCPC

Gaynor qualified in 1991 from the Durham School of Podiatric Medicine with a Diploma and went on to complete the new degree top-up programme for a year at Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh. After that she continued on to do a Postgraduate Diploma in Podiatry. Over the last 30 years, Gaynor have kept up to date with Podiatry, attending many conferences and programmes of continual professional development that is required to practice.

She started work within the NHS around Norwich and Suffolk, and started her own private practice in Norwich and Great Yarmouth in 1992, where she has worked in various locations. Gaynor has also worked in Occupational Health, care homes and prison. She has gained ongoing and helpful experience in all of these places.

Her special interests in Podiatry are General foot care and foot health for many foot complaints such as verrucas and fungal toenails and Biomechanics and the prescription of orthoses.

Treatments Duration Price
Initial Podiatry assessment 40 minutes £50
Follow up 30 minutes £35

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