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At Dulwich Podiatry, our team take pride in providing our customers with high quality treatments, procedures and advice.
We are defined by our team of highly trained podiatrists, by their unique combination of podiatry knowledge and customer care.
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We assess foot conditions across all age groups, including those associated with diabetes and arthritis, related to gait or foot structural abnormalities or caused by badly fitting footwear. You will experience the best podiatric care at the Dulwich Podiatry.
WE ARE OPEN:MON – WED: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
THURS: 9:00AM – 8:00PM
FRI: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
SAT: 9:00AM – 4:00PM
HOME VISITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE
HOUSEBOUND IN AND AROUND DULWICH.
Our online appointments provide you with a comprehensive podiatry service and advice where possible.
They were initially created during the Covid-19 pandemic and provide you with another option for obtaining podiatric advice.
Who we areOur team of podiatrists have a wide range of expertise, enabling referral within the practice when specialised treatment is required. All our podiatrists are members of the College of Podiatry and are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council. The podiatrists are supported by our administration team.
Previously we have talked about verrucae. This month we are taking a look at other problems affecting the skin. May is also Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month and provides a good reminder about how to check your feet for suspicious lesions. The skin is the largest organ of the body and in adults covers
At Dulwich Podiatry we pride ourselves in exploring new and innovative ways of treating your foot conditions. This month we take a look at a few examples of the technology we use : Photodynamic Antimicrobial Therapy Photodynamic Antimicrobial Therapy (PACT) is a non-invasive, safe treatment for fungal nails. After the affected nail plate has been
If you have been following our blogs, you will already know a bit about verrucae. A verruca is caused by a virus (the Human Papilloma Virus – or HPV) which infects the outer layer of the skin (the epidermis). This causes a growth in the skin which is characterised by a lump in the skin, often with