Yorkshire Foot Hospital

Part of the Lawrence Clinic Group

4-6 Greenside, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 8PU

Call: 0113 2900 310

Chiropody services and treatment

Chiropody care can involve helping with painful corns, calluses ingrowing toenails and basic footcare services. Our dedicated team of Podiatrists are also available for complicated cases of Diabetic foot care, Diabetes is a common condition that has to be treated very carefully, sometimes patients are on a waiting list or are not happy with the treatment they are receiving, our practitioners are extremely well trained in this field. It is always important to make sure when seeing a practitioner that they have full qualifications, especially if you have Diabetes.

Why see our practitioners?

The importance of experience in Diabetics and wound care is of upmost importance, our chosen professionals have a high degree of knowledge and experience in their field.

What else does a Podiatrist treat ?

A Podiatrist also treats fungal toenails, fungal infections are treated by a Podiatrist ,often patients complain of flaky skin and thickening of the nail and what to look out for is discoloration of the nail itself.

We also can help patients with chilblains. Many patients can also get arthritic changes in the foot and a Podiatrist can diagnose and treat this condition.

Verrucae can be helped in several ways and it is advisable to contact our clinic to see where we can help. Chiropody plays a crucial role in maintaining foot health and preventing foot related complications. By seeking proper treatment with a qualified Podiatrist individuals can ensure good foot health and mobility leading to an improved quality of life.

Our Podiatrist Emer works on a Thursday 9.00am till 8.00pm

The Podiatrist can also treat HARD SKIN and CUT TOENAILS.

Other Chiropody services we can help with is:

Athletes foot

flat feet


corns and calluses

dry and cracked heels.

Ingrowing toenail clinics

Diabetic wounds

Diabetic foot ulcers

  • The surgical podiatry service at The Lawrence Clinic is regulated by The Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC can be contacted by calling 03000 616161 or by writing to: CQC National Correspondence, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA

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