We are making Wednesday our Senior Citizen's Foot Care day. From 9am to 5pm, a foot care treatment for a pensioner will cost £15 per treatment. Do you know anyone who may benefit from deal? If so let them know and we can book them in. We have parking and disabled access available.
To book or for more information, please call us on 01527 585023.
Omega Therapies are operating a foot care clinic.
Our Practitioner is fully qualified and insured.
Prices will vary depending on your treatment.
A full consultation and 45 minute treatment cost £30.
Our foot care service may include any of the below:
There may be an extra charge for prescription creams or padding.
Our Clinic runs 6 days a weeks, Monday to Saturday.
To book an appointment, please call the centre on 01527 585023
We have disabled access and free parking available.
THIS IS THE ACCREDITED REGISTER OF FOOT HEALTH PRACTITIONERS - A REGISTER FOR INFORMATION
AND PUBLIC PROTECTION
Practitioners admitted to this register have trained to defined standards and have elected to demonstrate accountability.
They seek to apply best practice in professional behaviour, technical competence and business principles.
At Omega Therapies, we are here to meet your needs. If you have any questions, please call us on 01527 585023 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The health and well-being of your feet is important, even more so if you are a diabetic.
Here at the centre our Foot Health Practitioner will give you a vascular screening test using a vascular Doppler to investigate the condition of your foot's circulation, He will also check for nerve sensitivity and the condition of your feet. He will then discuss a treatment best suited to your needs.
To book a review and foot care appointment, please call us on 01527 585023.
Fungal nail infection (onychomycosis [OM]) is a mycotic infection caused by fungal invasion of the nail structure and is one of the most common nail disorders, representing half of nail abnormalities in adults. Its prevalence in Europe is around 4.3% over all age groups and 15.5% of all nail dystrophies in children. OM is more commonly diagnosed in men and older people, affecting 20–50% of people aged over 60 years. An increased incidence among older people may be attributed to multiple factors, including reduced peripheral circulation, diabetes, inactivity, relative immunosuppression, and reduced nail growth and quality. Toenails are affected more commonly than fingernails.
At Omega Therapies, we aim to treat this with the use of trimming, burring and liquid solutions.