New Knaphill foot clinic to open

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I’m quite pleased to say there’s a new business opening in the village center! Sarah Johnson has sent this press release –Knaphill Foot Clinic

A brand new purpose built chiropody and podiatry clinic is opening in the heart of Knaphill in January 2014. Knaphill Foot Clinic will offer a comprehensive range of services to meet all your foot care needs, carried out by friendly fully qualified staff.

Situated above Valerie French hairdressers on Anchor Crescent, it benefits from being in a central location, next to the post office and public library and with good local transport links, free car parking and convenient bus stops. Knaphill Foot Clinic already have established links with local specialist children’s shoe shop ShuZu, as they recently ran an open morning giving customers an opportunity to speak to a podiatrist for free. Both businesses are hoping to organise more joint ventures in the future.

Knaphill Foot Clinic is owned and run by partners Sarah Johnson and Barbara Aitken, who together have over 12 years of experience, in both the NHS and private sectors and are currently working in many clinics in and around the local area. They both have BSc (Hons) degrees in Podiatry, are HCPC registered and members of The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists. The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) make sure professionals are fully regulated and meet high standards.

Knaphill Foot Clinic aim to offer a tailor made service to meet the clients individual requirements, these include treatments for corns and calluses, dry and cracked heels, fungal infections, thickened and ingrowing toenails, verrucas, plus simply toe nail cutting. In addition to general foot health care needs, more advanced treatment options are available, such as soft tissue manipulation and joint mobilisations.

Sarah and Barbara are pleased to be joined by Angela Masson, an experienced biomechanics specialist. She will be running a specialist clinic which provides assessment and treatment of conditions associated with lower limb function. Treatment can often involve exercises, footwear advice and orthoses, which are devices you wear inside your shoe to control and realign the foot.

Sarah Johnson of Knaphill Foot Clinic says “we are delighted to be launching this brand new clinic in the centre of Knaphill for the benefit of all people in the local and surrounding areas. We are opening in the New Year and look forward to welcoming you”.

For more information or to book an appointment please telephone 01483 651231 or email info@knaphill-foot-clinic.co.uk. Bring this article with you and get a #£5 reduction on your initial foot care assessment.

# Offer available from Monday 6th Jan to Monday 3rd March 2014

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