HCPC Registered Chiropodists/Podiatrists

Society of Chirpodists and PodiatristsLindsay McKerrow MSc., D.Pod.M., Cert. Sports Science, Cert. Sports Podiatry, M.Ch.S.
Linda McKerrow B.Sc., D.Pod.M., M.Ch.S.

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Chiropody, or Podiatry as it is now known, is the treatment of conditions affecting the foot and lower limb, the cause may be linked to abnormal foot function, infection, underlying medical conditions such as arthritis or diabetes or trauma from ill fitting shoes.

There are many conditions which podiatrists deal with routinely, e.g. callous, corns, ingrown toe nail, thickened toe nails and verrucae

This practice also carries out nail surgery and electro surgery (permanent removal of long-standing corns or verrucae) where appropriate. Patients often present with a variety of symptoms which may be caused by abnormal foot function, including arch pain (plantar fasciitis), heel pain, ankle pain, shin pain, knee pain, hip pain and low back pain. This area of practice is known as clinical biomechanics and may involve the use of in shoe devices known as foot orthotics.

The McKerrow Practice specialises in the supply of custom made casted functional foot orthotics as well as a variety of off-the-shelf devices and has over 25 years of clinical experience in this field.

Sports injuries

Many recurring sports injuries may be attributed to abnormal foot function. This practice specialises in the treatment of sports injuries; Mr McKerrow is one of the few podiatrists in the U.K. to have a Masters Degree in this subject and is consultant Podiatrist to the Highland Institute of Sport, he also works with Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC, Ross County FC and the RAF in Moray.

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