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A Foot Health Practitioner is qualified to provide routine foot care within the private sector. Treatment is carried out within a clinic environment or in the comfort of the patient's own home.

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Iain Cooper

Iain Cooper - Foot Health Therapist

With over 25 years experience in the medical sector, I have now established my own clinic specialising in sports injury treatment and relaxing massage at my home in Basingstoke.

Running this clinic allows me to use all of my experience and training to provide a personalised service without the restrictions of the... [read more]

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A Foot Health Practitioner is qualified to provide routine foot care within the private sector. Treatment is carried out within a clinic environment or in the comfort of the patient's own home.

Although there may be little wrong with a patient's feet, circumstances or medical ailments may make it difficult for them to cut their own nails or treat such things as callus or painful corns and this is where a Foot Health Practitioner (FHP) can help.

Most routine foot care is carried out at regular intervals agreed between the practitioner and the patient but the FHP can also be called on to treat such things as in-growing toe nails, fungal nail infections, verrucae and corns.

As it becomes increasingly difficult to obtain NHS chiropody/podiatry treatment, the Foot Health Practitioner is a valuable, low cost resource for many people.