Core podiatry treatments at The Clinic include a variety of options to help relieve the day to day problems and pains experienced in the foot and ankle.
Following an assessment (which may include circulation, sensation or musculoskeletal tests) the options may include nail care/treatment, callus and corn reduction, skin care advice, stretching and exercise advice and orthotic/insole management.
All equipment is maintained and sterilised to standards set out by The Society of Podiatry. Treatments offered and or advised are based on patients own circumstances combined with the most up to date research to allow a management plan to be established.
Podiatrists are HCPC registered and regularly update their CPD to reflect up to date modern practice.
Orthotics can be used to treat many foot problems including arch pain, heel pain, osteoarthritis (affecting the ankle and foot joints) and many other sports related injuries.
Therapists based at The Clinic are highly trained and have access to Sidas orthotic technology which is a customised orthotic manufacturing device which allows custom made insoles to be made and worn on the day of the client’s podiatry consultation.
nail care and nail problems
Podiatrist/Chiropodist – Carly Bodill BSc (Hons), MSc, MCPod. HCPC registered
Carly Bodill qualified as a Podiatrist in 2000 and has since specialised in areas such as Diabetes, Rheumatology and Muscular Skeletal Pathology. Additionally Carly works as an Extended Scope Practitioner (ESP) within a musculoskeletal service for the NHS, this role is specialized and highlights the level of knowledge, experience and qualifications achieved to be able to achieve and sustain this role. She offers treatments including biomechanical assessment and diagnosis, custom-made orthotics, nail care and treatment of painful corns and calluses. Additionally Carly has experience within teaching at under graduate level and has co-authored and published an article linked to musculoskeletal pathology. She is HCPC registered and registered with most private health insurance companies including Bupa.
Laura Johnson qualified in 2001 with a BSC in Podiatry from Queen Margaret’s University in Edinburgh. Following this she moved to North Yorkshire where she worked for the NHS for over 17 years developing her knowledge and clinical skills and becoming a specialist in High Risk and Diabetic foot conditions.
Laura always planned on studying Podiatry from being a young child and is incredibly passionate about the profession and providing high quality care in the prevention and treatment of foot problems. She is HCPC registered and a member of the College of Podiatry.