shapefeet.

Phone Number: 01206 547097

Podiatry Services

shapefeet. are dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of podiatry services in Colchester and across Essex. Our team of fully qualified and experienced practitioners can carry out specialised treatments for almost all foot conditions. All of our podiatrists are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.


Podiatry professionals specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and care for conditions of the foot. They also provide treatment for mobility issues- both relieving symptoms and addressing their causes. Podiatry and Chiropody are synonymous- both referring to treating conditions of the foot and lower limb up to but not including the knee. Whether you have a small painful corn which needs removing or require long-term support in managing an ongoing condition, you can count on us to help.

Podiatrists can provide treatments for the following aches and pains:

  • Bunion and Hammer Toe deformities
  • Arch and Heel pain - such as plantar fasciitis
  • 'Fallen Arches'
  • Lower leg pain - such as Shin Splints and Achilles Tendonitis
  • Corns and Calluses
  • Thickened Toenails
  • In-growing Toenails
  • Fungal Infections
  • Warts and Veruccae
  • Ulcers and sores on the feet - as with Diabetics
  • Sports injuries to foot and ankle
  • Foot function and foot posture issues in adults and children

For those with severe mobility issues or only requiring small routine treatments, we can offer a domiciliary service on specific days to suit your schedule. We accept both NHS and private clients- you do not need a GP referral to make an appointment with us. If you would like more information regarding our services, or to arrange your initial consultation, please contact us via 01206 547097 to speak to a friendly member of our team.

We can additionally offer a full biomechanical analysis of your feet to diagnose and treat any foot posture issues and imbalances. If required, we can develop a bespoke orthotics to help with any mobility problems. 


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