Our Skilled Podiatrists Provide The Very Best Care For Your Feet
- When You Leave Us You Will Feel Like You Are Floating On A Cloud
Mr Ian Dewsnip - Practice Manager
The Foot Parlour
Manchester's Premier Chiropodists
£40 for 45 minutes or £30 for 30 minute appointment
Soak feet in a warm, soothing, foot bath. Cut nails then work down the feet removing any corns or callouses - offering advice on any treatment that may be needed e.g. fungal infection or verruca.
Dressings, where appropriate, are included in the price of the treatment - with the exception of ingrowing toenails.
During a treatment we will remove any ingrowing spikes, clean and dress the wound.
We have a resident nail surgeon qualified to do nail surgery eg partial or full nail avusions.
There is a late cancellation (not giving 24hrs notice) or missed appointment fee of £15 per appointment.
Partial Nail Avulsion - 1 Side £200
Partial Nail Avulsion - Both Sides £250
Full Nail Avulsion - £300 (Per Nail)
Fungal infections are, believe it or not, our most 'popular' complaint which we can profess to curing. For ladies who have the inconvenience of having a fugal infection of the toenail which looks horrendous we are qualified to apply false gel toenails.
Toenail fungus, known by physicians as Onychomycosis, affects about half of the human population by the age of 70. It is relatively rare in children, but the incidence increases with age. Fungus infections occur when microscopic fungi gain entry through a small trauma in the nail, then grow and spread in the warm, moist environment inside the patient's socks and shoes.
Symptoms of toenail fungus, which can be caused by several types of fungi, include swelling, yellowing, thickening or crumbling of the nail, streaks or spots down the side of the nail, and even complete loss of the nail. Toenail colour can vary from brown or yellow to white with this condition.
Fungal infections can affect the fingernails as well as the toenails, but toenail fungus is more difficult to treat because toenails grow more slowly. It occurs most often on the small toe, but can occur on any toe.
Athletes and people who wear tight-fitting shoes or tight hosiery that cause trauma to the toes or keep the feet from drying out are at higher risk. The condition can also spread from one toe to another, or to other parts of the body.
Other risk factors include abnormal PH level of the skin, not drying off the feet thoroughly after bathing or exercise, and a compromised immune system in someone who has been exposed to a fungus. Diabetics have an increased risk of contracting a toenail fungus because their immune system is compromised. They should have their nails cut and debrided by a podiatrist.