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Podiatry / Chiropody in Folkestone, Kent

Treatment and advice for your foot problems

We treat feet:

  • Corns

  • Callus

  • Ingrown nails

  • Thickened nails

  • Fungal nails

  • Skin problems

  • Cracked heels

  • Diabetic feet

  • Verrucae

  • Routine foot & nail maintenance

  • Bunions

  • Foot pain


FootHouse is here for you, whether you need a one off treatment or routine foot care,


Relax knowing your being treated by a HPC Register Podiatrist, in a clinically clean environment, using sterile tools and quality products.

We also offer referrals for many systemic and local conditions that affect the foot but require the attention of different health care services such as, medical testings and scans, GP and Physiotherapy.


It is important for diabetic patients to be aware of their foot health. At Foothouse we specialise in treating diabetic foot conditions, including wound care and we are able to offer advise, routine foot health checks and referrals to your GP. We offer routine foot care, which will help maintain good foot health. Diabetic foot complaints include; thick callus , thickened nails, ulceration, neuropathy (causing numbness), poor blood supply to the feet, swelling and charcot foot, 

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Verrucae removal

Verrucae Treatments

We offer three main treatments. Our Podiatrist will select the right one for you

depending on your age, medical history and how big, how many and location of your verrucae. 

Salysilic acid

This is a topical treatment , which can be very effective if applied correctly and with persistent treatments. We suggest an average of six treatments is needed. Book a Verrucae Appointment to begin treatment.


Again a we have great success rates using this topical treatment , and is often the most suitable for our younger patients. Book a 

Verrucae Appointment to begin treatment.



This procedure is carried out under a local anesthetic, and has our highest success rate!  It also usually only requires one treatment.

It works by penetrating the verrucae and stimulating the body's immune system to fight the viral infection. A  Surgery assessment is necessary to evaluate your ailment and medical history before treatment under a local anaesthetic can be booked.

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