• Chiropody

    General foot care, nail trimming, corns & calluses removal.

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  • Podiatry

    Gait Analysis and prescribed orthotics

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  • Nail surgery

    Under local anaesthetic partial or total nail removal

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  • Verruca Treatment

    Expertise on Cryotherapy and Dry Needling

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  • Diabetic Foot Assessment

    Vascular Doppler & neurological assessment

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  • Fungal Nail Treatment

    Onychomycosis test and treatment

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Feet By Pody Ltd is a small business run by Nicolas Ivanoff, a French Chiropodist & Podiatrist in London. Nicolas has now a team of experienced podiatrists to work with him.

Started in 2006 we are now providing Chiropody and Podiatry treatments across clinics in Canary Wharf E14, The City of London EC2 and Woolwich Royal Arsenal SE18. We are registered in the UK with The Health & Care Professions Council and are a Member of the Society of Chiropodist and Podiatrist.
As Chiropodist and Podiatrist our aim is to offer the highest standard in foot diagnosis and treatment.
We are specialists in foot treatments from general Chiropody treatments (corns, calluses, cracked heels removal) to a more complex Podiatric approach with biomechanical assessment to understand your Gait and correcting it if necessary with orthotics. We are proud to offer expertise on nail surgery (ie for ingrown toe nail) and we are happy to offer a large panel of Verruca treatments such cryotherapy and dry needling.
We are proud to be able to fully assess our diabetic patients with Doppler.

We think our chiropody and Podiatry treatments do not stop at what we offer in clinic but and we are happy to refer our patients to dedicated consultants ( ie orthopaedic surgeon in foot, knee) or osteopaths and physiotherapists when needed. We try our best to be part of a full medical team around you.


How Can Chiropody and Podiatry help?

Chiropody and Podiatry are titles which are protected by law and can only be use by professionals who have undergone a specific training.
In the UK Chiropodist and Podiatrist are regulated by the HCPC to ensure we meet their highest standard. Most Podiatrists would have graduated after a four-year degree course and are able to undertake training in postgraduate courses in specific fields.
There is officially no difference between Chiropody and Podiatry. However recently the term Podiatry has become more commonly used, it refers to the assessment of foot disorders to diagnose and treat a large range of foot pathologies

You should see a Podiatrist if you are one of the following:
• Not suffering from any pain, but you have never had a general foot check up.
• Suffering from pain in foot, knee, leg, hip or back. A faulty foot posture can lead to stress on higher joints.
• Practising sport (Running, football, or any other sport) to ensure you are maintaining your feet at their best despite high impact exercises.
• Have a painful nail, or a nail with unusual coloured marks.
• Have hard skin or any skin disorder on your feet.
• Want your childrens feet to be checked.
• Have any "embarrassing" foot issues that you want to understand and treat.