What is Podiatry?

A podiatrist is a professional who is trained to diagnose and treat medical conditions of the foot, ankle and lower leg.

Podiatric care can help relieve foot pain, improve your mobility and get you back to your everyday activities. It can also help prevent conditions from developing or getting worse.

One of the best ways to see if podiatry is the right treatment for you is by having a biomechanical assessment. This is where podiatrists check how your feet function by analysing the way you walk.

Podiatrists can treat a number of conditions such as bunions, fractures, ingrown toenails and fungal infections. They can also correct deformities in the foot.

Typically podiatric treatment involves podiatrists prescribing footwear or insoles to help with your condition.

What are the most common conditions a podiatrist can help with?

Morton syndrome
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Second ray pain syndrome
External ankle sprain
Stress fracture of a metatarsal
Internal or external compression tibiofemoral
Calcaneal spur
Tendinopathy of the gluteus medius
Plantar myoaponeuritis
Unequal length of the lower limbs
Hallux valgus "onion"
Coxarthrosis
Hallux rigidus
Skin pathologies
Sesamoidopathy
Hollow foot
Tendinopathy of the posterior tibialis muscle
Flat foot
Tendinopathy of the tibialis anterior
Valgus foot
Tendinopathy of the fibular muscles
Varus foot

What are the fees of a Podiatry Consultation?

The fees for a Podiatry Consultation are as follows:

Children:
- Full biomechanical with computer pressure static & dynamic analysis (40min): £130
- Custom made casted orthoses: £220
- Fitting of orthoses (10min): Free
- Follow-ups: Free
-Ortholasty (30min): £80

Adults:
- Full biomechanical with computer pressure static & dynamic analysis (40min): £150
- Custom made casted orthoses: £250
- Fitting of orthoses (10min): Free
- Extra orthoses: £150
- Follow-ups: Free
- Ortholasty (30min): £100


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Jérôme Haddad - Podiatrist

Speaks French & English

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2002
Opening of two podiatry practices in Paris and Charenton
2005
Mr. Haddad joins the team of the diabetology-metabolism service of Prof. Agnès Hartemann within the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital Group for the care of diabetic neuropathic patients with high risk of amputation feet.
2006
Mr. Haddad becomes a teacher within the framework of the university diploma and the course "diabetic foot" at the CHU Pitié-Salpêtrière, University of Paris VI
2007-2010
Mr. Haddad joined the rehabilitation center Les Trois Soleils (Boissise-le-Roi, 77) to take care of the care of hemiplegic patients
2018
Opening of a podiatry practice in London

Member of the Health & Care Profession Council (HCPC)

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