Angel Podiatry is a friendly, family-run private practice based in high quality premises in Halesworth, a short walk from the town centre, on the ground floor and with good disabled access.
All our Podiatrists are HPC registered, with a wide range of skills and a combined wealth of experience in private practice, industry and the NHS.
- Skin problems such as corns, calluses and verrucae
- General nail care including ingrowing toe nails and thickened nails
- Laser treatment for Fungal Nail infections
- Diabetic footcare
- Biomechanical assessment and orthotic prescription
- Sport related injuries for foot and leg pain
- Heel pain (Plantar fasciitis)
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Arthritis of the lower limbs
- Bunions (Hallux Valgus)
Celia Drakard: DPodM, BSc (Hons) Health Studies, HPC Registered Podiatrist
Celia Drakard trained at the London Foot Hospital, and has over 35 years experience in both private and NHS clinics. Her interests include footwear fitting, wound care, dermatology (especially treatment of fungal and difficult nails), and long term management of patients with diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and circulatory problems.
She has a wider interest in healthcare, completing a course in the care of the Elderly Mentally Ill and a BSc Honours degree in Health Studies (Podiatry).
Ian Drakard: BSc (Hons) Podiatry, HPC Registered Podiatrist
Ian graduated with an honours degree in Podiatry from the University of Northampton in 2007, and also works at Footsure in Wymondham.
Ian’s special interests are biomechanics, orthotics, gait analysis and sports injuries. Orthotics are insoles which support or correct human function. They are used to align the bones in the foot to reduce stress on ligaments and muscles in the foot, and to improve gait and posture in the body as a whole.
Rhianna Bailey: BSc (Hons) Podiatry, HPC Registered Podiatrist
Graduating with a 1st in Podiatry from Northampton University in 2016, Rhianna joined the practice that July and has proved a valuable member of the team with a wide range of skills including chiropody, nail surgery and biomechanics.
Research during her university degree saw her dissertation published in “Journal of Forensic Identification”.