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Podiatrists provide expert treatment and care for a wide range of foot and lower limb conditions.
Podiatry is a branch of medicine that focuses on the health of your lower limb.
Podiatrists provide a diagnosis, treatment and care plans to treat and prevent disease and dysfunction.
Anyone can request a consultation with a Podiatrist.
Some reasons may include;
Are you suffering from pain in your feet or legs?
Have you noticed a change in your skin or nails?
Do you have a medical condition such as diabetes or arthritis that is affecting your activity?
Click the link below to organise an appointment.
Pick a time and date that is convient for you.
If the time or date is not there or you are unsure if this is suitable please click the link below to email the team at Waldron Podiatry directly.
A link will be sent to your email address which you have provided, with access to your consultation.
At your appointment time please log on and your Podiatrist will discuss your concern.
Your Podiatrist will ask to look at the skin or nail lesion to assess the condition.
If it is a foot, ankle or leg injury, we may ask you to carry out some simple exercises on camera.
Your Podiatrist will create a care plan bespoke to you and your condition.
If a product/s is recommended as part of your treatment plan, you will receive an email with product details following your consultation with a direct link on how to purchase.
(*agreement to receive this email is given at time of booking.)
Meaghers Pharmacy stock a wide selection of Podiatrist approved products which will help you in your recovery.
Waldron Podiatry is a family run Podiatry Practice. Providing the highest standard of foot and lower limb care to our patients.
Saoirse graduated from Plymouth University with B.Sc. (Hons) in Podiatry, holding certificates in the administration of local analgesia and prescription only medication (POMs).
Saoirse has carried out further professional development in the following areas; Wound Management, Podo-Paediatrics (Children’s Foot-care) and Gait Analysis and Biomechanics.
Since graduating she has also completed further study in Joint Mobilisation, Ankle Mobilisation, Soft tissue Mobilisation, as well as the application of Acupuncture and Dry Needling. Along side this completing Postgraduate Studies at Huddersfield University in The Theory of Podiatric Medicine.