Patient safety, hygiene and confidentiality are paramount. Great emphasis is placed on clinical cleanliness and we abide strictly to the care guidelines set out by the British Association of Foot Health Professionals. Feet are cleansed with antiseptic before treatment, with aseptic work techniques used during treatment and all work surfaces are cleansed between patients. Instruments are sterilized in an autoclave and remain sterile in a vacuum sealed pouch until opened during treatment so there can be no risk of cross contamination or infection.
Why use a Foot Health Practitioner?
Foot Health Practitioners (FHP’s) are trained and qualified in both the theoretical and practical aspects of Foot Health to enable them to assess the condition of your feet, treat as appropriate and refer you if necessary. FHP’s provide routine foot care and maintenance for your feet using the latest procedures and techniques to ensure that you receive the best possible treatment for your feet.
We have undergone specialist training and examinations at The SMAE Institute in Maidenhead and qualified in 2013. We are Members of the British Association of Foot Health Professionals (MAFHP) and Members of the College of Foot Health Professionals (MCFHP) and are bound by the Code of Ethics and Rules of the Association. We undertake continual professional development (CPD) to keep our skills and knowledge up to date.