How can Podiatry help me?

Podiatry deals with any painful conditions of the foot and ankle, as well as the mechanics of the foot, which may have a knock on effect to the knees, hips and lower back. Chiropody is a term that is only used in Britain and refers specifically to issues with the skin and nails of the feet.


Conditions that Podiatry can treat

Podiatrists are able to treat a wide range of conditions effecting the foot and ankle, as well as the knees, hips and lower back if there is a mechanical element to the issue. The most common injuries treated are sports and overuse injuries such as Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendon issues, as well as bony problems such as Osteoarthritis.

Chiropody deals with the skin and nails of the feet – the most common issues encountered are corns and callus as well as problematic nails.


Podiatry Treatment available at CK Clinic

– Musculoskeletal and Biomechanical Assessment using a range of tools from clinical orthopaedic testing and gait analysis to state-of-the-art pressure analysis software

– Bespoke and Semi-Bespoke Orthotics

– Corticosteroid Injections

– Acupuncture

– Strapping / Taping

– Footwear Advice

– Comprehensive home exercise planning and training advice


Chiropody Treatment available at CK Clinic

  • Nail Cutting
  • Treatment of Corns and Calluses
  • Verruca treatment including minor surgery – needling
  • Surgical or conservative treatment of ingrown toenails

Jack Loveday BSc(hons) CMA HCPC

Chiropody in Chippenham

Jack is a Podiatrist with over ten years of experience. He has worked in Private Practice, for the NHS, for the MoD and in disaster relief and refugee settings – gaining a wide range of experience.

Jack has a special interest in the treatment of sports injuries, having always been  keen sportsman himself. Jack has represented GB in Duathlon and Triathlon and now enjoys open water swimming and climbing mountains.

Jack first met Chris when Chris and Louise returned from New Zealand – both starting work at a clinic in Bristol on the same day. From there they became great friends and Jack feels honoured to be continuing Chris’ work at CK Clinic.