Anyone know a podiatrist or good foot doctor in the UK?Posted by Martin P on 7/02/04 at 12:20 (154398)
I'm relaising the importance to try and appropriately treat my PF now before it gets too chronic. Trouble is I get so much conflicting advice from medical people, some of which has made things worse.
Does anyone know a good podiatrist in the UK, particularly London, who knows their stuff on PF? I'm happy to pay as my health is ultimately at stake.
Re: Anyone know a podiatrist or good foot doctor in the UK?Julie on 7/02/04 at 13:01 (154399)
Martin, I can recommend my podiatrist in London. His name is Ron McCulloch and you can look at his website, where you'll find contact details:
You asked Kathy about the yoga exercises. As I'm writing, I can tell you' click on the word yoga and you'll be taken to them.
Re: Anyone know a podiatrist or good foot doctor in the UK?Julie on 7/02/04 at 13:02 (154400)
That of course should have been http://www.londonpodiatry.com .
Re: Anyone know a podiatrist or good foot doctor in the UK?Martin P on 7/03/04 at 09:52 (154439)
Thanks Julie, I'll give him a try.
Re: Anyone know a podiatrist or good foot doctor in the UK?AndrueC on 7/06/04 at 10:09 (154600)
If you can get to Banbury then my pod is worth a visit. He doesn't run a major clinic but he's the only pod I've been to who actually had me walk up and down and did ROM (Range of Motion) tests on my joints. My first appointment lasted an hour (thirty quid if I remember correctly) and he used it all.
He is very thorough and willing to explain everything. He's also a very likeable and honest person.