Your Local Podiatrist & Chiropodist
Making feet happy in Hull, Beverley and the surrounding area since 1990
An appointment with our expert podiatrists at Footfriend will have you on your way to enjoying happy and healthy feet. We specialise in the treatment and prevention of foot problems and can help you keep your feet in top condition for the thousands of steps you take every day. Using modern treatment methods, tailored to meet the needs of the individual we are able to relieve all types of foot problems. We offer an extensive range of treatments from general foot care to nail surgery using local anaesthesia for in growing nails.
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We now offer Swift Microwave Therapy for Verrucae
We’re proud to be among the first podiatrists in the country to offer this revolutionary new verrucae treatment.
Microwaves have been in clinical use for over 30 years, and are used globally in the effective treatment of some cancers. Now for the first time this technology has been applied for use on skin lesions such as verrucae.
At the end of a long walk or run, you may notice that a toenail has turned black, blue, or dark red and is getting painful. This change of colour and pain is due to bleeding under your nail, which is also known as a “subungual hematoma”. This can also happen if you drop something heavy on your toe or kick/stub your toe against something hard.
Chilblains are a very common condition affecting the old and young alike and they have no quick fix, but the good news is that with some preparation they can be prevented in many (not all) people. If you are a regular sufferer following the advice below may not totally prevent you getting chilblains but I’m certain it will reduce the severity and number of chilblains you get.
At Footfriend we get asked all the time on what to do or what to look for when buying walking boots. Here are our top tips which should give you confidence and hopefully avoid most problems to get you trouble free walking boots which will soon become your “new” friends.