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  • Chiropodists in Launceston, Cornwall specialising in Nail Surgery for Ingrown Toe Nails
    Level Laser Therapy Nail Surgery Latest News 31 03 2016 New Dopler Equipment 10 03 2016 Parliamentary Review Invitation 28 01 2016 Low Level Laser Therapy 13 12 2015 Christmas opening times Nail Surgery Ingrown Toe Nails Onychocryptosis Ingrown toenails are when a nail splinter or spike penetrates the flesh at the side of the toe causing inflammation pain and infection It most commonly affects the big toe in teenagers and young adults however it can affect any age group due to poor nail cutting involuted nails sweaty feet injury and tight footwear Treatment involves removing the offending nail splinters In severe cases nail surgery is done under local anaesthetic which is a relatively painless procedure that removes the whole nail or only a section of it and a chemical is used to prevent that portion of the nail from re growing thus preventing the problem ever reoccurring This is cosmetically a very effective technique The whole procedure takes about an hour and is performed on a day care basis meaning no overnight stays in hospital and minimum disruption to your everyday life Normal activities can resume very soon after the operation Total healing can take between 4 6 weeks

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  • Chiropody and Podiatry in Nursing Homes, Residential/Care Homes by Market Street Clinic, Launceston, Cornwall
    provide chiropody and podiatry treatments at Nursing Homes Residential Homes and Care Homes throughout Callington Liskeard Plymouth Tavistock Bodmin and Okehampton and the wider counties of Devon and Cornwall We have over 20 yrs experience in treating some of societies most vunerable people with a range of different needs including dementia alzheimers and patients with learning difficulties Our team of Podiatrists are members of the Society of Chiropodist Podiatrists which means they are correctly qualified and monitored for safe practices and hygiene standards They are also Health Professions Council Registered and are dedicated to providing the best possible service while demonstrating a professional and caring attitude All are dementia friendly Treatment can be provided to all care nursing home residents in the comfort and privacy of their own rooms We currently have a considerable number of Residential and Nursing Homes in our care and offer a substantial discount on our standard domicillary rates for multiple bookings We are able to treat all foot conditions such as Nail Cutting Corn Removal Callus Reduction Fungal Toe Nails Diabetic Foot Assessments Rapid Wound healing with Low Level Laser LLLT pain relief Nail surgery under local anaesthetic is available only in the clinic At Risk Feet Ongoing foot checks enable changes in the circulatory and neurological condition within the feet need to be monitored This is essential for those whose foot health needs such as those with diabetes to be taken care of in order to prevent the occurrence of ulcers and further lower limb complications For more information on Nursing or Residential Home visits please contact us on 01566 777600 or email clinic marketstreetclinic co uk Home Visits Home visits are available for those who prefer to receive your chiropody treatment in the comfort of your own home or just simply find it

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  • Market Street Clinic
    Team Member 12 10 2015 Plantar Fasciitis 05 09 2015 Onycryptosis 26 08 2015 Latest Diabetes Stats 29 07 2015 Can Pedicures cause Onychomycosis 18 05 2015 Bank Holiday Closure 22 03 2015 New 89c Cryotherapy Treatment for verrucas 11 02 2015 New drug reduces nerve pain in patients with type 2 diabetes 17 11 2014 Xmas Shopping Late Night opening 5th December 04 08 2014 Lupus and the Feet 10 07 2014 New Research To Improve Knowledge of Arthritis 17 06 2014 Womb and ovaries removal linked to type 2 diabetes 23 04 2014 Top Ten Tips for Summer Feet 15 04 2014 Easter Opening Times 10 02 2014 Clinic Closure this Saturday 10 02 2014 The Importance of Diabetes Edcuation 22 01 2014 Clinic Closed for 1 Day staff training 24 01 2014 20 12 2013 Christmas Opening Dates 12 12 2013 Anti Fungal Medication to be Suspended 05 12 2013 Just 50 percent of recommended exercise can cut health risks 05 12 2013 Diabetes UK aims to give definitive judgement on low calorie diets 28 11 2013 Could botox proteins lead to a new treatment for type 2 diabetes 28 11 2013 Type 1 Diabetes Reverse Vaccine Trials 08 11 2013 Scientists have discovered a way of starving cancer cells 08 11 2013 People with diabetes denied vital blood glucose test strips 24 10 2013 Dogs Sniff out Sugar Level Changes 07 10 2013 Arterial Disease of the Lower Limb in People with Diabetes 07 10 2013 Facebook 16 09 2013 Closed on Saturday 21st for Graduation 10 09 2013 200 Types of fungi living on your feet 18 07 2013 OPEN SATURDAY MORNINGS 11 07 2013 New Member of Staff 02 07 2013 New Diabetic Monitoring Equipment 20 06 2013 One in five people with diabetes have condition under control 30 04 2013 The Fungal Nail Treatment Trials a Resounding Success 15 03 2013 Closed for Easter 15th March 2nd April 26 02 2013 Diabetes UK criticises Lost Year of diabetes care 28 01 2013 New Type 2 Diabetes Drug encourages Weight Loss 16 01 2013 New Digital Database 16 01 2013 New Digital Database 18 12 2012 Xmas Opening Dates 14 12 2012 Nasal Spray that contains insulin could replace daily injections 27 11 2012 Top 10 tips for diabetic foot care 20 11 2012 Diabetes UK talk Launceston Medical Centre 27th Nov 7 30 pm 16 10 2012 Non invasive glucometer in line to replace finger prick test 03 10 2012 NICE issues advice on peripheral arterial disease 26 09 2012 Lack of Health Checks may lead to Amputation Risk 19 09 2012 Is Barefoot running better for you 08 08 2012 Podiatrists to be granted independent prescribing powers 25 07 2012 Summer Break Fri 27th July Mon 6th August 10 07 2012 Diabetes Wellness Weekend 19 06 2012 Top Tips for healthy summer feet Pt 1 19 06 2012 Top Tips for healthy summer feet pt 2 19 06 2012 Top Tips for

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  • Frequently Asked Questions from Market Street Clinic
    after knee or hip operations Generally patients of all age groups and all walks of life requiring foot treatment Q How can I avoid getting Athletes Foot Athlete s foot is caused by a fungal infection and is contagious but you can take steps to prevent the spread of the infection Communal showers pools and changing rooms are common places where the infection can be passed on because these places are usually warm and humid this encourages the bacteria and fungi to multiply Avoid walking barefoot in these areas Other measures include keeping your feet bath and shower area clean and dry Always wear clean socks and don t wear the same shoes two days in a row they need time to dry out Q How long does nail surgery take We normally allow an hour to an hour and a half to do the surgery as great care is taken with the injection of the local anaesthetic to make it as painless as possible Normally the anaesthetic is warmed up to blood temperature and administered slowly so that it is less painful for the patient Once the injection has had time to work the rest of the procedure is painless Q Does the nail surgery require hospitalization Not at all Nail surgery is performed on a day care basis in our clinic under local anaesthetic meaning no overnight stays in hospital and minimum disruption to your everyday life Afterwards the Podiatrist will advise you on the best possible post operative care so that the full recovery will be as fast as possible Q What are the symptoms of nail infection You may suffer from nail infection onychomycosis if you have one or more of the following symptoms Discoloured nails White or yellow streaks under or on the nail surface

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  • Client Testimonials from Market Street Clinic
    our walking days were over Last year some of NZ s greatest walks the roof of Australia and the infamous Pennine Way all of which I thought would be out of reach I couldn t be more pleased for the new lease of life Mrs Rennie I would highly recommend Market Street Clinic Siobhan McCutcheon B Sc Hons a lady Chiropodist has a modern surgery She treated my infected foot and toe when the health centre in my home town could not with kindness and efficiency Mr Brenton Green I have for several years received most satisfactory foot care from Siobhan McCutcheon in her pristine Market Street Clinic Launceston Cornwall I always leave having had a nice chat and with a spring in my step Mrs Mogford My husband and I have been coming to Siobhan s clinic for treatment for various foot problems for many years and appreciate not only her highly professional skill but also her warm and friendly personality As the owner of a persistent and malevolent corn I can vouch for her wonderfully painfree technique We are happy to recommend her to everyone Chris and Sue Barnes Thank you for being so kind and patient on my father s visits to you Sahah Gale Wonderful caring treatment for my verruca Patience needed as treatment can be lenghthy but absolutley well worth it Lyn Frostick Last year I consulted Siobhan as I had had an ongoing knee problem for about four years that was beginning to affect my quality of life Other healthcare professionals had been unable to pinpoint the problem but Siobhan carried out a full biomechanical assessment and provided bespoke orthotics for my shoes to give support One year on and I am pain free not only that but I have been able to enjoy

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  • Market Street Clinic - Links
    clinic marketstreetclinic co uk Foot Treatments Skin Conditions Nail Conditions Toe Problems Ball of Foot Problems Joint Pain Heel Pain Ankle Problems Deformities of the Foot Common Foot Problems Diabetes Infections Childrens Feet Sports Injury Biomechanical Assessment Low Level Laser Therapy Nail Surgery Latest News 31 03 2016 New Dopler Equipment 10 03 2016 Parliamentary Review Invitation 28 01 2016 Low Level Laser Therapy 13 12 2015 Christmas opening times Links Facebook page Visit our facebook page www facebook com marketstreetclinic MSC YouTube Channel Visit our YouTube channel for useful excercise videos and more http www youtube com user marketstreetclinic The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists Guide to foot health including advice on shoes foot problems and how to find your local chiropodist or podiatrist in the UK www feetforlife org Diabetes UK The charity for people with diabetes Diabetes UK www diabetes org uk Health Professions Council We are the Health Professions Council HPC We were set up to protect the public www hpcheck org Matrix Ltd Plymouth Website Design Graphics Design Agency www matrixltd co uk Testimonials The clinic is spacious spotlessly clean well equipped Siobhan provides a professional personal service and provides lots of informative advice I

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  • Market Street Clinic
    Problems Ball of Foot Problems Joint Pain Heel Pain Ankle Problems Deformities of the Foot Common Foot Problems Diabetes Infections Childrens Feet Sports Injury Biomechanical Assessment Low Level Laser Therapy Nail Surgery Latest News 31 03 2016 New Dopler Equipment 10 03 2016 Parliamentary Review Invitation 28 01 2016 Low Level Laser Therapy 13 12 2015 Christmas opening times Gallery Testimonials The clinic is spacious spotlessly clean well equipped Siobhan

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  • Market Street Clinic – Contact us on 01566 777600
    Laser Therapy Nail Surgery Latest News 31 03 2016 New Dopler Equipment 10 03 2016 Parliamentary Review Invitation 28 01 2016 Low Level Laser Therapy 13 12 2015 Christmas opening times Contact Us t 01566 777600 e clinic marketstreetclinic co uk Find Us Market Street Clinic Ltd 3 Tower Street Launceston Cornwall PL15 8BQ Directions From Bodmin A30 direction Take the turning left for Launceston signed Launceston A388 Town Centre 1 2 mile Along Western Road through the traffic lights pass garage on right continue straight on You will see Launceston Castle in front of you the road bears left and downhill signed Holsworthy Bude and Tamar Otter Park 1 2 way down the hill 200 yds at an old school on the left turn Right onto Wooda Road signed Polson 1 1 2 A388 and a brown sign for the Eagle house Hotel Continue on for about 50 yds and turn right up Tower Street signed Eagle House Hotel follow the road up the hill bearing left then right until you come to the Salvation Army building and there is a carpark just past the building on the left Market Street Clinic is about 20 yds from the Salvation Army building exactly opposite the Job Centre Plus From Callington direction Turn left at the mini roundabout direction of Bodmin A30 Bude A388 On the A30 take the first turning left signed Launceston Bude A388 At the roundabout take the turning for Launceston Bude bear right then follow directions above from Along Western Road From Bude direction Pass the White Horse Inn and Greenaways Garage continue over the small bridge through the traffic lights and up the hill 1 2 way up the hill take the turning for Polson A388 and brown sign for the Eagle House Hotel then follow

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