Treatments and Price List
New patients assessment and treatment - £35
All new patients will have a 30 minute appointment with the podiatrist in order to assess medical risk in relation to their foot health. The assessment includes a doppler examination of arterial blood flow and nerve sensitivity tests. A treatment plan is agreed and initial treatment is included.
Consultation - £35
The podiatrist will discuss your foot problem with you giving advice regarding treatment options and / or self care advice. No treatment is given in a consultation.
Tier 1: Medical Nail Cut - £27
Care of all nail conditions including parring down of thick, fungal or damaged nails.
Tier 2: General treatment - Podiatrist - £32 Foot Health Practitioner - £30
Removal of corns and hard skin including heel fissures.
Upgrade your chiropody treatment to include a medical pedicure
Fungal Toe Nail Lacuna Method Treatment - £32
Lacuna method treatment is a specialist treatment where micro holes are burred into the nail plate to allow for more effective topical treatment.
Assessment and initial treatment
Burring of micro holes
It is advised that this treatment is repeated every 8 weeks until the infection is resolved.
Verruca Treatments - £30
The Podiatrist will assess the verruca infection and discuss the treatment options suitable for you dependant on the nature of the verruca/s, the size, spread, length of time they have been present and other factors.
Reid Podiatry offer the following verruca treatment options:
Acid or combination acid therapy
Needling (see podiatry packages)
Ankle, foot or heel pain consultation and assessment - £45 - with 1st phase orthotics - £65
Biomechanical Assessment - £45 - with 1st phase orthotics - £65
Follow up review - £34
Soft tissue / Joint mobilisation - £34
Insoles / Orthotics
1st line - from £25
Semi bespoke - from £70
Bespoke made to measure - from £290
Diabetic Foot Risk Assessment & Annual review - £35
People with diabetes are at risk of developing foot ulcers which may lead to more severe complications. It is of utmost importance that people with diabetes see a Podiatrist at least once a year for an Diabetic Foot Risk Assessment & Annual Review to identify their foot risk status of developing a foot ulcer.
The Podiatrist will:
take a full medical, surgical and medication history
undertake a thorough examination of the feet for areas of damage or concern
test the arterial circulation with a doppler ultra sound machine to hear the quality of the pulses
test the sensation with the 10g monofilament and neurotip pen to determine areas of loss of sensation or neuropathy
provide an individual foot risk status based on all the above findings
provide a written report of the outcome and a copy sent to the GP and the patient
advise the patient on how to look after and maintain their foot health in light of the findings above