PODIATRY IS AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE DURING LEVEL 5
Niamh's practice is open, and adhering to all HSE guidelines.
A consultation will involve:
Listening carefully to your concerns regarding your feet.
Performing a thorough examination of your feet prior to treatment.
Discuss fully the treatment with you.
Comprehensive footcare and footwear advice including tips on how to prevent recurrence of issues where possible.
Podiatric Medicine or Podiatry involves the management and treatment of the foot and lower limb. Many diseases and disorders can manifest in the feet. Good foot health is very important for general health and mobility.
The foot is a complex structure. Feet work hard for us and when they give problems it can be very debilitating.
I am a highly experienced professional in this area and have a deep interest in developments in the profession to help me provide the best possible treatments and outcomes for my patients.
SKIN AND NAIL CONDITIONS
Dry skin condition eg Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis
Corns and Callus
Thickened, damaged and discoloured nails
Hallux Valgus (Bunions)
Lesser toe deformities (hammer toes, claw toes, mallet toes)
Neurological and circulatory assessments each time you visit.
Comprehensive diabetic footcare advice.
Patients who are over 65 and hold a full medical card are entitled to a Chiropody treatment card.
This entitles them to three visits a year. There is a supplementary fee of 15 euros per visit.
Please call us at (01) 853 0311 to enquire about this service.
We accept all major debit and credit cards, as well as cash or cheques.
Some healthcare policies cover Podiatry/Chiropody treatment.
Please check with your insurance provider to see if you are entitled to claim.
2a Vernon Ave, Clontarf, Dublin 3. Seafront end of Vernon Ave.
Grey door next door to EBS.