experienced podiatrists based in Westhoughton

Treatments and prices

We offer a wide range of treatments, including

Corns and callus removal, cracked heels

We use a scalpel to enucleate the central core or nucleus of very hard skin that is the corn, debride and reduce built up thick skin and fissured heels and smooth rough skin.

Nail deformities

We have a nail drill which we can use to reduce thickened nails that are fungal or have been damaged. Psoriatic nails can be often confused with fungal nails, so a podiatrist will be able to help diagnose and advise you on the best course of treatment.

In growing toe nails

These can be treated conservatively or we can refer on if nail surgery is required.

Other treatments

Diabetic Annual Reviews include a Doppler and Monofilament Testing to assess circulation and sensation of the foot.
We offer foot health advice about chilblains, footwear, heel pain, sweaty feet, vascular disease, verrucae, wound care, gout, athletes foot, blisters.

Warm Wax Therapy Treatment

Paraffin wax heat therapy increases blood flow, tolerance for pain, relaxes muscles and increases hydration in the skin. Intended to moisturise and soften the skin while providing a therapeutic and healing effect to sore and aching joints. Making it particularly beneficial for those suffering from arthritis and rheumatic pain.
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Prices:

Warm Wax Therapy £29
Podiatry & Warm Wax Therapy £47 (saving £5)
Podiatry & Warm Wax Therapy & Dr’s Remedy Nail Polish £59
Dr’s Remedy Nail Polish (base coat, colour, top coat) £12 add on to your Podiatry or Warm Wax Therapy

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Podiatry prices

Clinic appointments are £23, home visits are £28.
We accept credit and debit card payments via contactless or chip and pin.
Gift vouchers are now available.

We also sell various foot care products, just ask us for more details.

What is Podiatry?

Podiatry (or Chiropody) is the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the feet.
Podiatrists can relieve pain, and help to keep people mobile and maintain or improve their quality of life. By visiting your Podiatrist regularly you can prevent problems before they occur.

Podiatrists are professionals registered by the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and will have undertaken and passed a degree in Podiatry. You can check your Podiatrist is registered by visiting their website.

We are members of The College of Podiatry. We also attend annual conferences and regular courses to maintain our skills and knowledge for our continual professional development.

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Awards

Best Podiatrist clinics in Bolton

Who we sponsor

Podiatry@Twenty1 are proud sponsors of Pretoria FC.

Pretoria FC

Podiatry@twenty1

We are a family business providing podiatry treatments in Westhoughton since 1986. Pam and Justin qualified from Salford University in 1996 and have worked in the NHS for over twenty years. Please be aware that we'll never pass on your email address or personal details to any third parties without your knowledge.

Opening times

We're located in Twenty1 hairdressers on Church Street, Westhoughton, and practice in a ground floor clinic. We offer home visits to people who struggle to get to us. At Podiatry@Twenty1 we provide a high standard of foot care in a caring and friendly environment.

Day Opening times
Monday 9.00am to 2.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am to 3.00pm
Wednesday 9.00am to 3.00pm
Thursday 9.00am to 6.30pm
Friday Closed
Saturday 8.00am to 1.00pm
Sunday Closed

How to find us

Meet Pam and Justin

Pam Booth

Podiatrist Bsc (Hons) MChS
I come from a family of Podiatrists and qualified in 1996. My sister, husband and I took over the family business in 1996 when we qualified. Until recently I worked part-time for the NHS as a Podiatry specialist in wound care. I now work full time at Podiatry@Twenty1.

Justin Booth

Podiatrist Bsc (Hons) MChS
I qualified in 1996 and work part-time for the NHS assessing and treating patients and performing diabetic annual reviews. I also work in a hospital managing ulcer treatments and treat homeless people in the community. I work at Podiatry@Twenty1 on Mondays.

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