Chiropody is used to describe the general foot health practitioner. Podiatrist is more commonly used to describe an advanced practitioner who specialise in a particular area, for example Biomechanics or Surgery.

Biomechanics and orthotics clinic at Brook Green Clinic Hammersmith

What Is Chiropody & Podiatry?

Chiropody is used to describe the general foot health practitioner who will treat your long or ingrown toenails or take out that troublesome corn. Podiatry is more commonly used to describe an advanced practitioner who specialise in a particular area, for example Biomechanics or Surgery.

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Ian Sadler Chiropodist Chiropody Practitioner at Brook Green Clinic Hammersmith

Meet Our Practitioner

Ian Sadler BSc (Hons) Ch (DPodM) MChS is registered with the Health Professionals Council and the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. He has extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of gait and biomechanic related conditions, developed whilst working with the British Army. He is a physical training instructor and a lecturer in the use of orthotics in rehabilitation of related conditions.

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Biomechanics & Orthotics

Biomechanics is the study of joint and muscle movement. By expertly looking at posture and the ease with which the joints move at every level of the body; the underlying cause of your pain can be identified and eliminated.
Orthotics are customised shoe inserts made to specifically correct and control your foot and leg movements. An orthotic prescription will align your joints, ligaments and muscles.

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Foot Xray at our chiropody clinic at Brook Green Clinic Hammersmith

Safe In Our hands

Chiropody is an established system of diagnosis and treatment recognised by the British Medical Association. All Chiropodists have medical-malpractice insurance and follow a strict code of conduct. Patients have the same safeguards as when they consult a doctor or dentist. All Chiropodists have to be legally registered with the Health Professions Council in order to use the name Chiropodist.

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Chiropody at Brook Green Clinic

Chiropody can be used to treat the following conditions:

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