Podiatry / Chiroprody

Leanne Sawola

Podiatrist, BSc (Hons), MChS
Member of College of Podiatry, Membership Number 30444
Registered with the Health Care Professions Council, Registration Number CH32136

Graduated from the school of Podiatry at Northampton University in 2010, I worked as a Podiatrist for a nationwide company for 3 years before entering private practice. I have worked within the health profession for 15 years in a variety of settings including elderly care, learning disabilities and hip and knee replacement rehabilitation.

I treat a variety of conditions ranging from:


Thick unmanageable and Ingrown nails, Corns, Callus, Problem Skin, Verrucae


Sprains, Flat Feet, Achilles injuries, Hip & Knee Pain, Muscular Stress and injury

Nail Surgery

Permanent removal of part or some of a painful nail.

Diabetic and ‘At Risk’ Care

Regular checks for tissue integrity, pulses and nerve status.

Common Questions & Answers

Podiatrists and Chiropodists are healthcare professionals who have been trained to diagnose and treat abnormal conditions of the feet and lower limbs.

As well as treating common foot and nail deformities I can also help prevent deformities including bunions and hammertoes, keep people mobile and active, relieve pain and treat infections. I also supply orthotics, which are tailor-made insoles, padding and arch supports to relieve arch or heel pain or to improve the function or the foot and lower limb. Podiatrists can also help with more complex foot problems, including preventing, diagnosing and treating injuries related to sports and exercise.

Your first consultation usually takes 30 minutes and I will take a full medical history and carry out basic tests, such as checking the pulses in the foot the sensation in your feet, I may also look at the way you walk and check your shoes for wear.  Together we will discuss your concerns and create a treatment plan. Chiropody treatments such as nailcare, corns and callous are usually carried out on the first consultation.

It is important that anyone who calls themselves a podiatrist or chiropodist must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).  You can check the HCPC website hcpc-uk.org to check if your Podiatrist is registered. My registration number is CH32136, I am also a member of the college of Podiatry my number is 30444.

New Patient Appointment £47.50
Routine Appointment £30

or call 01275 877359

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