Chiropody in Ballymena
Have you got a foot condition in need of specialist attention? Get In Step Podiatry offers professional chiropody treatment for all foot conditions.
Chiropody treatment is important for all ages. From ingrown toenails to corns and callus, whatever the problem might be, we guarantee you effective treatment in a relaxing and comfortable environment. Get In Step Podiatry clinic and its chiropodist Dr Elaine Hoey play an important role in the management of foot disorders. Our aim is to maintain and promote good foot health for all thus sustaining mobility and reducing pain.
Our Chiropody Services Include:
- Toenail cutting
- Improving the appearance of cracked heels
- Ingrown toenails
- Fungal nail infections
- Athletes foot
- Footwear advice
- Foot pain
- Diabetic foot care
- and many more…
Nail Cutting Service
Many people find it becomes increasingly difficult to reach their toe nails for cutting. If you do not have anyone in the family to assist then it can be a problem. Chiropody treatment can then become essential. Leaving nails long can be the cause of other complications, such as ingrowing nails that become infected, damage to the nail bed leading to disfigured and thickened nails, ulcers, corns, pain and fungal attack of the resulting damaged nails. Regular cutting and review of other possible issues is something Get In Step Podiatry offers and we find it to be very popular.
Corns, Callus and Ingrowing Toe Nails
These are typical conditions a general chiropody appointment can help treat. Often caused by an underlying biomechanical problem (the way we stand, walk and run), many people assume corns and callus are caused by poor footwear. This is a misconception. Fashion or ill-fitting footwear may have caused corns and callus at the time, but poor foot function and poor biomechanics are generally at the core of these conditions.
Get In Step Podiatry analyses all patients footwear for ‘wear and tear patterns’ associated with poor foot function and the presence of corns and callus on the feet. Our aim is to reduce the high and abnormal pressures on the feet that cause corns, callus and foot pain.
Book An Appointment
To book an appointment in our Ballymena clinic please call us on the following numbers, or fill out our contact form here.
Tel: Ballymena: 07715315851
Ballymena Clinic Times:
Monday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday: 9am – 5:30pm
Thursday: 9am – 6:30pm
Friday: 9am – 6pm