Visit the Buxton Osteopathy Clinic at 7 Bridge St, Buxton SK17 6BS


Information from the Buxton Osteopathy Clinic



Jo Lambourne – Lead Podiatrist

Jo graduated from Salford University with a First Class Honours degree in Podiatry. Jo decided to become a professional practitioner to provide a relaxed foot care experience with a patient focused approach to foot and lower limb health. Jo previously worked as a beauty therapist and retail consultant working onboard cruise liners in the Caribbean.

01298 214994
07980 930755

Madeleine Barlow – Associate Podiatrist

After 15 years working in the retail sector, Madeleine decided that it was time for a career change and attended a Health Care Professions open day where she stumbled upon Podiatry. She says “after carrying out further research, I discovered how worthwhile and rewarding a career in Podiatry could be conducting the most basic treatments such as paring down a patient’s corn to potentially saving a Diabetic patients limb”. Madeleine graduated from the University of Salford with an honours degree in Podiatry. Madeleine has a keen interest in sports injuries and nail surgery.

Dedicated to Improve Foot Health in the High Peak

As qualified Podiatrists we are foot experts in the medical care of your feet, assessing, diagnosing and treating foot and lower limb problems.

Our range of services include nail cutting, corn and hard skin/callus removal, cracked heel treatment, reduction of thickened/fungal nails, ingrown toenails, verruca, insole/orthotic prescription, footwear advice and foot assessments for people with Diabetes.

As qualified health professionals we treat people with Diabetes, Arthritis and sporting injuries and work with people of all ages from children with flat feet to the elderly with painful joints. Our aim is to improve the quality of your life, by reducing pain and increasing mobility.

More than just a pedicure… the term Podiatry more accurately describes the profession and has replaced the name Chiropody. Podiatry is a professional title protected by law, to safeguard the public. All Podiatrists must undertake 3 years of full-time training at a recognised University.

Our Podiatrists are registered members of the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and members of the professional body, The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (MChS).

We are qualified and licensed to use local anaesthetics for minor surgical procedures and for the use of certain medicines for treatment of infections and ailments.

Phil Heler & Associates,

Buxton Osteopathy Clinic,
7 Bridge Street,
Derbyshire SK17 6BS.

01298 214994 OR 07980 930755

Appointment and fee information

Routine and Initial Treatment – £25.00

Most conditions will be covered in the routine appointment and include; general nail care, hard skin/callus and corn removal, verruca, fungal nails, non-surgical treatment of ingrown toenails, cracked heels and reduction of thickened toenails.

Simple Nail Cut – £18.00

For non pathological nails booked after initial consultation. For nail reduction with a drill or hard skin removal book routine appointment.

Quick Corn Removal – £18.00

For removal of up to 2 corns booked after initial consultation.

Vascular and Neurological Foot Health Assessment – £25.00

This assessment is ideal for anyone concerned with their foot health especially the elderly or people with Diabetes.

Nail Surger – £180.00.

For the relief of persistent ingrown or fungal toenails. Price per toenail and includes 2 dressing changes.

Biomechanical Assessment – £40.00

Simple static and dynamic assessment for biomechanical problems associated with the lower limbs;. general foot/arch pain, shin splints, iliotibialband syndrome, achillies tendinopathy, patella femoral pain, Severs Disease, chronic heel pain/ Plantar Fasciitis, Osgood Schlatters Disease and Hallux Limitus/Rigidus (painful big toe joint)

Orthotics Prescription – Prices start from £15.00 per pair

The cost of the insoles depend on your individual requirements and level of customisation, the Podiatrist will advise you during the biomechanical consultation.

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