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Podiatry

With John Guthrie

John graduated in Podiatry at Queen Margaret University Edinburgh in 1998. Since then he has expanded his knowledge and clinical expertise of postural and functional injuries. His experience is broad and treatment protocols are evidence based. His diagnosis of injury is drawn from his career as an international athlete and from widespread hands on management of treating the public and elite athletes alike. He has worked abroad and in London, regularly treating patients with a consultant referral or any member of the public in need.

Conditions are managed from careful assessment, with the goal of providing a programme of tissue strengthening and stretching regime to restore pain free function. Footwear advice will also be given or in some cases shoe modifications made. When indicated a varied spectrum of orthotics can be provided at an express rate of two days or standard provision time of two weeks. Repairs and adjustments can be performed at time of assessment if preferred. His design and understanding of orthotics is of an exceptional standard, treating conditions associated with over- or under-use, degeneration or skeletal immaturity. Specific conditions treated are mechanical knee pain, tendonopathies, stress fractures, lower back pain, joint arthropathies and some nerve impingement syndromes.

Orthotic choice will be tailored to condition and patient budget. The cost of which will vary from generic shell to fully custom made the upper limit being £150 per pair and beginning at £60.These prices are very competitive relative to the service provided. A GP referral is not required but in some instances if you are claiming through health insurance it may be advantageous in processing a claim. He is registered with BUPA and other accredited companies. Appointments can be made within two to three days.

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