Your feet – they’re the unsung heroes of our bodies, carrying us from place to place, often with little recognition. That’s why we dedicate ourselves to keeping your feet healthy and strong. Today, we’d like to guide you through the costs associated with our podiatry treatments and discuss why these investments are essential for your overall wellbeing.
Factors Influencing How Much Podiatry Costs
Podiatry, as a specialised healthcare field, has costs that depend on several key factors:
The Type of Treatment: More complex or specialised treatments typically cost more due to the high level of expertise required and the use of specialised equipment.
The Duration of the Treatment: Longer sessions command higher fees due to the time commitment from the podiatrist and the use of clinic resources.
The Practitioner’s Expertise: Podiatrists are highly trained healthcare professionals, and the level of expertise can influence treatment costs.
Geographical Location: The cost of living and operating a business varies from location to location, which can also impact podiatry costs.
The Value of Investing in Podiatry
While podiatry treatments come at a cost, the benefits they bring are manifold:
Prevention is Better (and Often Cheaper) Than Cure: Regular check-ups and early treatment can prevent minor issues from becoming major, more expensive problems in the future.
Enhanced Quality of Life: Dealing with foot discomfort or pain effectively improves your mobility and comfort in day-to-day life.
Improved Overall Health: Foot health is closely linked to your overall health. Unresolved foot problems can lead to posture or gait issues, causing problems in your knees, hips, or back.
Our Podiatry Treatments and Their Costs
Whether you’re a new face or a returning patient at our clinic, we offer a range of services tailored to your specific needs:
New Patient Appointment (£45 for 30 mins): A comprehensive consultation and assessment to create a personalised treatment plan.
Standard and Extended Podiatry (£34 for 20 mins, £45 for 30 mins): Regular check-ups and routine care, with extended time for more comprehensive treatment.
Complex Podiatry (£60 for 40 mins): A longer session for complex foot concerns.
Biomechanical Assessment (£90 for 60 mins): Detailed analysis of your gait and foot function to address any issues.
Verruca Treatments: Microwave Therapy (£95 per session) and Verruca Needling (£200 for 60 mins) to combat stubborn verrucas.
Laser Therapy (£45 for 30 mins): A treatment option for a range of conditions such as fungal nail infections.
Nail Surgery (£225 for a single toe, £400 for two toes): Effective treatment for recurring issues like ingrown toenails.
Toenail Reconstruction (£45 for a single toe, £60 for two toes, £75 for multiple nails): A restorative service for damaged or lost nails, helping to regain health and confidence.
We update our pricing periodically, these prices were correct at the time of publication, but to ensure you have our current prices please check the pricing page (just in case we’ve not got around to updating this post yet!).
So, How Much Does Podiatry Cost?
The short answer is, it depends on what you need. The more relevant answer is that while podiatry treatments do carry a cost they should be seen as an investment, and by nipping issues in the bud quickly you can avoid more serious – and costly! – problems further down the line.
At Northwich Foot Clinic, we believe in providing transparent pricing and top-quality care. While costs vary based on treatment types and other factors, our commitment to your foot health remains unwavering. If you have any questions about our services or costs, or if you’d like to schedule an appointment, we’re always here to help you put your best foot forward. Investing in your foot health means investing in your overall wellbeing, and we’re here to guide you every step of the way.