Welcome to Parfitt Podiatry where we specialise in both Podiatry and Chiropody treatments
Foot, ankle, knee or back pain?
Do you get tired from standing for too long or after short periods of walking?
Poor upper body or tiredness can often be attributed to foot type i.e. flat feet or very high arches. Hypermobility and being “double jointed”, can also lead to postural tiredness since the muscles of the leg and foot have to work harder due to soft ligaments at the foot and knee joints. Upper body posture poor? Certain foot types lead to knee, hip and back pain.
Other conditions we commonly treat: bunions, Mortons Neuroma, plantar fasciitis, hammer toes, clawed toes, heel spur, Severs Disease, Patello-femoral knee problems, Tendo Achilles, tendopathies, Knees (meniscus, ligament problems), Shin Splints, flat feet, hypermobility.
All manner of chiropody problems are treated including:
Treatment of corns, callouses (hard skin), ingrowing toenails, verrucas (warts), discoloured or thickened nails, fungal, athletes foot, cracked heels.
An in depth luxurious foot treatment, hard skin removal, heel cracks, nail treatments. Herbal creams applied leaving the feet hydrated and supple. 45 minutes.
Unsightly fungal nails treated with a surgical application to help clear longstanding thickened yellow fungal nails.
Biomechanics, Gait Analysis, Sports Injuries, Paediatrics, Adults, Chiropody.
1 Fir Tree Court, Allum Lane, Elstree, Herts WD6 3NF
Physio2Go York Lodge, St Peters Street, St Albans, AL1 3HD (weekdays) Entrance on St Peters Street
Parkbury House Surgery St Albans AL1 3HD (Saturdays). Entrance on Hall Place Gardens AL1 3SF.
Parkbury house Surgery is next to Physio2Go at York Lodge. Parking for both clinics is in the car park for Parkbury House Medical Centre on Hall Place Gardens.
9 Belgrave Crescent, Chichester, Sussex PO19 8RY
Parfitt Podiatry is covered by most private medical insurances