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At Angel Podiatry we are passionate about foot health.

We are a friendly, family ran private podiatry practice based in the centre of Halesworth, in a new, high quality premise which has good disabled access.

All of our podiatrists are HCPC registered and have completed degree level education in podiatry.

The term podiatrist replaced chiropody and is now the internationally recognised term to reflect our extended scope of practice.

We offer a large range of podiatry treatments, including general foot and nail care, treatment of corns, verrucas, bunions, infections and ingrowing toenails – as well as children’s foot health screening, and more specialised services such as diabetic care, orthoses prescriptions, biomechanical assessment & correction, nail surgery, steroid injections, shockwave therapy and sports injury care and treatment.

Feet are our priority, not only in the maintenance and mechanical workings of the foot but also with footwear. We are an independent stockist of:

  • DB Shoes
  • HJ Hall
  • Josef Seibel
  • Padders
  • Pikolinos
  • Romika
  • Strive
  • Vionic
  • Wolky

We aim to provide a personal service, and as a podiatry and shoe retailer, we can offer expert advice when choosing your shoes and sandals.

We are open for Chiropody / Podiatry treatment


Your care remains our top concern and consideration.

Appointment times are spaced out to reduce physical proximity and we ask you to arrive at your appointment time and NO earlier.

We ask that you attend your appointment wearing a face mask and maintain social distancing.

Please do not be offended if our reception staff direct you around the building and ask you to stay in a particular area to allow others to enter, or pay and leave.

As part of several additional measures we have:

  • Increased cleaning of all non clinical surfaces (including door handles and other frequent contact points),
  • Made hand sanitiser available in the waiting area (there are also hand washing facilities),
  • Removed magazines and unnecessary transmission points.

The layout of our excellent clinical areas are such that we have not had to make too many changes to our normal routines.

Podiatrists are wearing extra PPE in the treatment rooms, face masks and face shields are being worn for the protection of the podiatrist and the patient.

We will continue to take guidance from Public Health England, the College of Podiatry and the Health and Care Professions Council so that we all stay safe.