Podiatry Fees  2018

The table below gives typical costs for chiropody or podiatry treatment. Most appointments you can book online. The cost of treatment is given there too.

Our website has various links to find out more information about the treatments we offer and foot health advice and pictures.

If it is your first visit we would see you as a new patient and find out about your problem, general health and start treatment. A treatment plan will be provided. 

New Patient Consultation & Treatment £45
Podiatry/ Chiropody (up to 30 mins) £38
Extended Appointment (up to 45 mins) £60
Verruca follow up appointments from: £21
Simple Nail Care – regular nail cutting if you have difficulty £26
Single Issue – Short Ongoing Treatment e.g. a corn £26
Initial biomechanical Consultation *bring shorts £80
Full Biomechanical with Computer Pressure Static & Dynamic Analysis and Casting for orthotic £180
Fungal Laser Treatment with Lunula or PinPointe Lasers – course of treatment. 6-10 sessions minimum treatment over 6 months included in fee. £300 per foot
Custom Made Casted Orthoses (average cost) + assessment £200-£350
Non-Custom Orthoses From: £65
Home Visit (Domiciliary) from: £50
Pedique Cosmetic Toenail Replacement for damaged nails. From: £50 (1 big nail)/ £80 (2 big nails)
Ingrown Toenail Surgery (Partial Nail Avulsion)
This is required for persistent cases where a normal chiropody treatment has failed to fix the problem*Insurance may cover the cost of this minor surgery. Procedure code S7010. 
We will bill for an all inclusive treatment to cover consultation, surgery, follow up and dressings.
from £295 one toe £395 both big toes (self pay charge)
Diabetic Assessment + Blood Flow check to feet (ABPI) + Static Foot Pressure Analysis £60.00
Foot Massage with/without hot stones (40 mins) £60.00

fees subject to change without notice


(Last fee increase January 2014, January 2016, September 2017)
Current Fees Can be viewed on our online bookings page which is always up to date.



A wart and verruca are the same thing – the human papilloma virus – but a verruca is on the thick tough skin of the sole making it hard and impacted