The Foot Clinic Northampton 07925 085889
Chiropody Clinic Northampton
Please note the Clinic is still open if you need us.
Ring 01604 422772
During the CoronaVirus outbreak we will be open if you are in pain.
Ring Isobel on 07925 085889 anytime, she will ring back if not available.
Opening during COVID-19
We are open if you need Podiatry treatment. Ring Isobel on 07985 085889
We will be open Saturday 21st March if you require treatment before everything is in lockdown. Ring Isobel on 07925 085889
Hello everyone. Just to let you know we are open. If you require an appointment ring us on the numbers listed. If you are experiencing a cough, shortness of breath and fever please follow the government advise and self isolate. Some people who have symptoms of Coronavirus have experienced sore throats, aching joints together with headaches. We if you want us to can check your temperature at the clinic.
D.Fox Registered Podiatrist.
Please be aware that if you are a smoker you should quit now. Smokers are at more risk from coronovirus complications. See your Pharmacist for help.
Ingrowing Toenail Treatment
An ingrown toenail is a common problem where the nail grows into the toe. It can be painful, but there are things you can do to ease the pain.
Check if you have an ingrown toenail
You usually get an ingrown toenail on your big toe. But you can get them on any toe.
Your toe can also get infected.
Signs of an infected toe include:
- pus coming out of it
- you feel hot or shivery
How to treat an ingrown toenail at home
If you go to a Podiatrist Chiropodist they’ll usually suggest you try these things first.
- take paracetamol or ibuprofen to ease the pain
- do not cut your toenail – leave it to grow out
If it is still painfull give me a ring on 01604 422772 to make an appointment.
Warts and verrucas
Warts and verrucas are small lumps on the skin that most people have at some point in their life. They usually go away on their own but may take months or even years.
Check if you have a wart or verruca
￼Warts feel firm and rough. They can appear on palms, knuckles, knees and fingers.￼Verrucas appear on your feet. They have tiny black dots under the hard skin.￼Some warts are round, flat and can be yellow (plane warts). You can have many of them.￼Clusters of warts, spread over an area of skin (mosaic warts) are common on feet and hands.
Warts do not cause you any harm but some people find them itchy, painful or embarrassing. Verrucas are more likely to be painful – like standing on a needle.