We look forward to seeing you at your appointment.
Please get in touch if you require a podiatry appointment we are taking on new patients
The safety of our patients is of paramount importance to us.
Infection control policies are undertaken with full PPE worn by our podiatrists, social distancing with spaced out longer appointments to allow extra cleaning, no waiting area.
We ask that you ring the doorbell when you arrive outside and wait there, please attend on your own and limit any bags that you may have. Hand sanitiser is available on arrival and departure
Payments by card contactless or BACS
A mask must be worn when entering or if you are medical excempt we will provide a face visor for you to wear instead
If you are sheilding you can attend your appointment because it is medical, but we do provide a Home Visiting Service if you prefer your treatment to be at your home. Full PPE is worn following infection control guidelines.
Archways Podiatry is run by Karen Harper and Louise Stores who have over 30 years experience, dedicated and determined to keep peoples feet active and healthy.
We aim to offer a professional and friendly service, taking time with each client to provide the most effective treatment available, which will be decided at the initial podiatry assessment appointment.
We offer a wide range of treatments as our podiatrists are highly trained HCPC registered and undertake regular CPD - continued professional development throughout the year.
We remain OPEN for all podiatry treatments
Podiatry + Chiropody services are a medical appointment and we are operating as normal following the latest Lockdown Announcement
Appointments will be made by phone or e-mail only, no drop in appointments are available. A pre-health screen covid-19 will be undertaken via text or e-mail within 24 hours of your appointment. If you have any symptoms of covid-19 or someone in your household has symptoms please self-isolate as advised by government guidelines
More information is available at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus