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Putting Your Feet First – Qualified Podiatrist in Sidcup, Bexley

At Happyfeetforyou, we believe everyone deserves to walk discomfort free with healthy feet. Whether it’s Heel Pain, Ingrown Toenails, Plantar Fasciitis, Fungul infections of skin and nails, Orthotics, Diabetes related problems or other leg pain, ankle pain, foot pain or posture issues, we will diagnose and treat you while educating you about the various therapy choices available.

 LACUNA FOR FUNGAL NAILS

Fungal infection of the nail  is the most difficult of the superficial fungal infections to treat. This is because most treatments available are topical agents (nail paints, ointments, and sprays), which are unable to penetrate the nail plate and reach the infected area.


With only a few treatment options available (superficial agents, tablets and herbal remedies), people generally give up and accept that they will just have to live with this problem. But now with the Lacuna Method, there is an effective solution.


It is an anti-fungal treatment that allows anti-fungal medicament to get to the source of the problem via tiny holes through the nail called fenestration. This is not a short term fix but will allow a healthy nail to form
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MEDICAL PEDICURE


Medical Pedicure is a thorough treatment performed on any feet by a qualified Podiatrist which will leave you feeling like you are walking on air, with feet which look and feel brand new.


This luxurious, pampering treatment starts with a herbal foot cleanse, followed by a full and thorough podiatry treatment to tidy the feet from all hard skin, corns and to get the nails in pristine condition. The skin is then sanded down with a professional, medical machine. A foot mask is then applied, and then hot, paraffin wax is layered on your feet and covered in booties. After this, creams and sprays are applied making the skin of your feet feel amazing and look so wonderful too.

VERRUCA NEEDLING

Verrucae are a viral infection that spreads easily.


Needling is a procedure were the verruca is punctured with a small needle to cause bleeding and stimulate the body’s immune system to resolve the it. Needling has  proven  to be the most reliable treatment for the removal of stubborn warts. 

The procedure is performed under local anaesthetic; this allows painless puncturing of the verruca tissue  pushing  it from the epidermis through to the dermis and underlying adipose tissue layer. 


After the procedure, a simple dry dressing is applied. This must be kept dry for at least twenty-four hours. The anaesthetic will start to wear off after  two to three hours, but do not be concerned if it takes a little longer as the effects vary from person to person.

We provide other verruca treatments such as cryosurgery and acidic solutions


BIOMECHANICS

Bomechanics  refers to the study of how the skeletal and musculature systems work under different conditions. 

During a Biomechanical Assessment the Podiatrist you see will try to find

out the cause of your pain. Often the pain will be in the foot or ankle but sometimes, the pain can be in the leg, knee, hip or lower back


Common complaints 

Bunions
heel pain
plantar fasciitis
flat feet
metatarsalgia
mortons neuroma
lower back pain
knee pain
sports injuries
aching and over-tired feet
ankle sprains and weaknesses
over pronation (collapsing arch) and many more…


About Me

I trained at the University of East London and graduated with a BSc(Hons) in Podiatric Medicine. specialising in themanagement of various conditions affection the  foot and ankle, I am a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and  the Health and Care Professions Council, which is the government regulator of the Allied Health Professions. My qualifications allow me to prescribe  prescription-onl medicines and administer local anaesthetics I have valuable experience working in the  NHS as part of the Multi Disciplinary team  where I  manage high risk  patients presenting with foot ulcers and those with  chronic conditions such RA, Diabetes and immunocompromised patients and at risk of foot problems.  With great interest in the Diabetic feet, I am currently studying a Msc in the Prevetion of lower limb amputation in diabetes