Who are we?

At Podiatry on Plenty Road we like to deliver you with excellence in care in a respectful and welcoming environment.

Podiatry on Plenty Road was established in 1994 by Joanne Beresford, the practice offers treatment to people of all ages for a broad range of foot conditions including corns and calluses, ingrowing toenails, and warts, through to more complex conditions such as plantar fasciitis.

Our team of podiatrists will offer you professional advice and treatment for any foot health concern you may have.

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Footwear

Brands

We Trust

At Podiatry on Plenty Road we offer a range of footwear that is comfortable and “ orthotic friendly “.  Some of our footwear brands are Dr Comfort, Orthaheel, Revere, Easy B House shoes and Axign.  We choose only the best worldwide brands to suit your individual therapeutic needs.

Speak to one of our trained specialists who can assess your foot care needs and help you determine which shoe(s) will best accommodate you.

Our Advantages

Personalized Treatment
Our focus is providing excellent care to all our patients.
Foot Management
We help you manage and eliminate various foot ailments
Experienced Podiatrists
Our podiatrists are trained and certified in podiatry services
Specialized Care
We also have a reflexologist, osteopath, acupuncturist & traditional chinese medicine practitioner working within our clinic.
Friendly Staff
We love our clients and our service shows!
Footwear Available Onsite
Choose from the range of footwear we have available onsite.
We care for feet under all conditions,
sporting, work, lifestyle or accident.

FAQ

 At Podiatry on Plenty Road we treat many people who have diabetes. Diabetes is a complex condition that can cause two serious problems – Loss of sensation ( peripheral neuropathy) Loss of blood flow ( peripheral arterial disease) The sensation of pain acts to protect us and draw our attention to areas of damage, when the sensation is diminished cuts abrasions and infections will go un noticed and therefore untreated, which can lead to serious complications, including diabetic ulceration or even amputation. If you are a person with diabetes the podiatrists at podiatry on plenty road can assess your feet and offer you advice on the best way to care for them so as to prevent complications.
 
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