A warm welcome to our Podiatry Clinic

Here at COC we offer a variety of podiatry services and treatments for:

Ageing Feet
Athlete’s Foot
Diabetes (Foot related)
Foot Pain
Fungal Infections
Heel Pain
Insoles (Orthotics)
Ingrown Toenails
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Sporting Injuries
Sweaty Feet
Toe Deformities
Toenail Cutting
Walking and Hiking
Working Feet
Wound Care

Your Podiatrist Miss Julia Warrington BSc Hons MChS

Julia Warrington BSc Hons MChS graduated from the University of Brighton with a BSc Hons degree in Podiatry. She is a member of The College of Podiatry and registered with the Health Care Professional Council. She has worked in private practice since qualifying from Brighton University.

Julia is able to offer a variety of Podiatric care including: nail surgery, orthotics, verruca treatments as well as general Chiropody.

An MOT for your feet:

  • Full examination of the feet
  • Advice and treatment plans for any foot problems
  • Toe nails cut and common nail problems treated
  • All corns and callus removed.

Biomechanical assessment:

Joints do not work in isolation, and biomechanical problems with the feet can affect the rest of the body. Orthoses (insoles) can be designed to alter foot function, or to redistribute pressure and relieve pain.

They can bring relief from:

  • Flat feet
  • Bunions and painful joints
  • Painful corns and callus
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel, knee and hip pain

Verruca Treatment:

Verruca is a virus infection appearing as a wart. Treatments may involve using strong chemicals, homeopathic treatments or cryotherapy.

Podiatry Fees

  • Routine Appointment (Nails, Callus, Corns 30 mins) – £40
  • Biomechanical Assessment (60 mins) – £70
  • Home Visits available – £45
  • Nail Surgery – Price on request

Clinic Hours for Chiropody & Podiatry:

You can book appointments with our Podiatrist Julia Warrington through our main clinic number 020 8660 9912.
Appointments are available Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays.


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