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We are excited to announce that Physio in the City is now part of Capital Physio, the UK's fastest growing private physiotherapy group.

Physio in the City clients will continue to receive the same high standards of care from our lovely therapists but will now benefit from Capital Physio's expansive network of clinics that can be found across the capital.

To find out more, visit or have a chat with our client care team on 033 0333 0435.

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Physiotherapy, Spinal, Sports and Complementary Care Clinics in London

Chiropody / Podiatry / Orthotics


(Meet your Chiropodist)

You can visit a chiropodist to improve the condition of your feet with a specialist massage or pedicure or have treatment for minor foot ailments. Chiropody is a specialist treatment, carried out by a State Registered chiropodist.


A chiropodist can treat a variety of problems including:

  • callouses and corns
  • ingrown toenails
  • abnormal nail conditions
  • minor foot surgery
  • foot infections
  • veruccae
  • warts
  • general footcare

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(Meet your Podiatrist)

Podiatry is the assessment and treatment of the foot structure.

A podiatrist can treat:

  • Walking problems
  • toe joint and arch pain
  • heel pain
  • pulled muscles in the foot and many more...

 A podiatrist, will also perform bio mechanical examinations, video gait analysis and can provide orthotics.

A Podiatrist can also provide treatment for lower limb complications that arise from conditions such as Diabetes, Mellitus, HIV, Rheumatoid Arthritis and many neurological conditions. Our podiatrist also offers Biomechanical analysis.

What is Biomechanics?

Biomechanics is the study of dynamic body mechanics and the relationship one movement has on other parts of the body. The Podiatrist will preserve, restore and develop the function of the foot and gait to ensure efficient biomechanical movement throughout the body.

A Biomechanical examination involves measurements of all the joints from the hips down, video gait analysis, and perhaps strapping, padding or orthotics. By controlling the body's mechanics Podiatry has a key role in treating and preventing sports injuries.

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Orthotics are custom-made insole devices which are designed to go inside the shoe to correct any biomechanical deficiencies that have been diagnosed. There are many different types of orthotics and they can be prescribed for everyday shoes and/or sports shoes. They can be transferred from shoe to shoe if required.

Call 033 0333 0227 for further information.

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