Podiatry in Covent Garden and Waterloo

Why is podiatry so crucial for wellbeing?

Good foot health is an important element of your overall wellbeing. Looking after our feet helps us move more effectively, reduce pain, improve sporting performance and general wellbeing. 

A podiatrist doesn't just look after your feet and advises about movement, footwear, and general wellbeing.  

Common conditions helped with 

  • Skin and nail disorders
  • Calluses
  • ingrown toenails
  • Corns 
  • Hard skin 
  • Thickened nails 
  • Ingrown nails 
  • Fungal nail 
  • Heel pain 
  • Forefoot pain 
  • Bunions 
  • Athletes foot,
  • Diabetic foot assessment and advice.

Foot injuries and infections gained through sport or other activities are also diagnosed and treated by podiatrists.

What is podiatry?

Podiatry deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of the feet and lower limbs' medical and surgical conditions. 

The conditions podiatrists include those resulting from bone and joint disorders such as arthritis and soft-tissue and muscular pathologies, and neurological and circulatory disease.

Podiatrists can also diagnose and treat any complications of the above that affect the lower limb, including:

Making a booking

Hiren and Begona work in the Covent Garden centre

Tom works at the Waterloo centre

To find out about treatment plans, costs and availability, contact Hiren or Tom directly via the contact information on their biographies.


Find out more and book an appointment

Podiatry and foot care in Waterloo

Tom is at the Colombo Centre on Wednesdays.

Podiatry and footcare in Covent Garden

Begona is with Flawless Feet clinics and works at Breathe in Covent Garden Monday to Friday

Podiatry and foot care in Covent Garden

Hiren is at Breathe Covent Garden on Tuesdays.