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Our feet are with us our whole lifetime and more and more people need some form of simple footcare to maintain the wellbeing of their feet and ensure they remain mobile and have an excellent quality of life. What is a Registered Foot Health Practitioner? A Registered Foot Health Practitioner (FHP) is an individual that is qualified to carry out routine foot care treatments and maintenance for your feet. Services often include cutting and filing toenails and fingernails, corns and callus, preventing and treating fungal nail infections and carrying out general check-ups on feet. Additionally, many practitioners provide footcare services for individuals with diabetes by assessing their feet for any changes in condition, ensuring that diabetic ulcers don’t develop and by making sure that their toenails a correctly cut. Having diabetes means that the wellbeing of your feet is of even greater importance and an FHP can provide a service where your feet are well maintained, and many troublesome conditions can be spotted in their infancy and referred on.

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Sarah Thomson

Foot problems are very common and can affect everyone of all ages. From corns and callus to bunions and hammertoes, what can often appear as something small and insignificant, can pose great difficulties with footwear and many daily activities like work and exercise. An FHP may be used if you have mobility and/or flexibility issues or simply don’t have sufficient hand strength to operate nail clippers. It could be that your eye sight is not sufficient for accurate nail cutting and once a nail has thickened it can be very hard to cut. The service offered is to ensure your feet are healthy and in the best possible condition, whatever your age. An FHP can deal with all of these issues for you, with regular footcare, foot problems can be prevented.
What to expect at your first visit A footcare session would include the following: A full assessment of your feet, including taking medical details. Trimming and filing of toenails Reducing any thickened toenails Debriding callus Enucleating any corns (hard corns, soft corns and seed corns) Cleansing the foot with skin disinfectant pre, during and post treatment Dressing and padding, if required. Foot massage with professional foot care cream suitable for your skin condition Advice on footwear and maintaining your foot care in between appointments. And, most importantly a friendly face and a chinwag!
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Patient-centred healthcare to improve your quality of life
93 Lynn Rd, Downham Market, PE38 9QE
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Our feet are with us our whole lifetime and more and more people need some form of simple footcare to maintain the wellbeing of their feet and ensure they remain mobile and have an excellent quality of life. What is a Registered Foot Health Practitioner? A Registered Foot Health Practitioner (FHP) is an individual that is qualified to carry out routine foot care treatments and maintenance for your feet. Services often include cutting and filing toenails and fingernails, corns and callus, preventing and treating fungal nail infections and carrying out general check-ups on feet. Additionally, many practitioners provide footcare services for individuals with diabetes by assessing their feet for any changes in condition, ensuring that diabetic ulcers don’t develop and by making sure that their toenails a correctly cut. Having diabetes means that the wellbeing of your feet is of even greater importance and an FHP can provide a service where your feet are well maintained, and many troublesome conditions can be spotted in their infancy and referred on.

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Practitioner

Foot Health

Foot problems are very common and can affect everyone of all ages. From corns and callus to bunions and hammertoes, what can often appear as something small and insignificant, can pose great difficulties with footwear and many daily activities like work and exercise. An FHP may be used if you have mobility and/or flexibility issues or simply don’t have sufficient hand strength to operate nail clippers. It could be that your eye sight is not sufficient for accurate nail cutting and once a nail has thickened it can be very hard to cut. The service offered is to ensure your feet are healthy and in the best possible condition, whatever your age. An FHP can deal with all of these issues for you, with regular footcare, foot problems can be prevented. What to expect at your first visit A footcare session would include the following: A full assessment of your feet, including taking medical details. Trimming and filing of toenails Reducing any thickened toenails Debriding callus Enucleating any corns (hard corns, soft corns and seed corns) Cleansing the foot with skin disinfectant pre, during and post treatment Dressing and padding, if required. Foot massage with professional foot care cream suitable for your skin condition Advice on footwear and maintaining your foot care in between appointments. And, most importantly a friendly face and a chinwag!
Sarah is committed to delivering exceptional foot care services

Sarah Thomson

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93 Lynn Rd, Downham Market, PE38 9QE
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Patient-centred healthcare to improve your quality of life
93 Lynn Rd, Downham Market, PE38 9QE
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Our Multidisciplinary Team

are Here to Offer You the

Most Efficient and Effective

Diagnosis and Treatment

Plan Suited to Your Needs

and Optimal Wellbeing