The conditions we treat relating to skin and nail problems.
Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection of the skin on the foot.
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When we walk or stand our feet takes the pressure of our entire body weight.
Chilblains are a painful inflammatory reaction of the small vessels in the body that occur in response to repetitive exposure to cold.
A corn is a small area of thickened hard skin, usually they are roughly rounded shape and press press into the underlying tissue.
It is very common to get dry skin; most people will experience it at one time or another, especially on the bottom of the feet.
Fungal nail infection is the most common disease of the nails. Infections can range from mild to severe and can affect one or several nails on both feet and hands.
An ingrown toenail is a painful condition where part of the nail grows into the surrounding skin, it usually affects one or both big toes but it is possible for any toe to develop an ingrown toenail.
Thick toe nails are simply when one or more nails have become thickened, this can lead to them being difficult to cut, and considered unsightly.
A verruca is a wart found on the foot, they are small rough lumps that appear on the skin of the feet, and are the same as warts found on any part of the body.
We provide podiatry and chiropody services in Liverpool.
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If you prefer to be treated in your own home then Liverpool Podiatry can provide a home visits to suite you.
Our clinics are open Monday to Saturday 8am - 8pm. We can usualy see you within 24 - 48 hours. Sometimes same-day appointments are available.
Liverpool Podiatry offers a range of podiatry services that are suitable for all individuals. This means that whether young or old, amateur or elite athlete - Liverpool Podiatry can help you!
Liverpool Podiatry is a leading provider of quality podiatric assessment and treatment services in Liverpool and Merseyside.
We are part of Chiropody.co.uk - We provide immediate access to a high quality, value for money bespoke podiatry service. Our podiatrists provide specialist treatments to meet the needs of individuals, case managers, solicitors, organisations, care homes, and sport teams.