Podiatry (also known as chiropody) is a specialist medical science that deals specifically with the health of your feet and lower limbs. Healthy feet improve quality of life and Podiatry is key to your health and wellbeing.
Podiatry covers treatment for common foot problems such as blisters and verrucas through to the detection, diagnosis and corrective treatment of more complex issues arising from injury or disease. Podiatry medicine can also be used to prevent the onset of serious conditions by correcting imbalances and irregularities.
It is a common misconception that some conditions and injuries to the feet or lower limbs are simply untreatable. In addition, many people do not associate their knee, hip, back or neck pain with the health of their feet.
The fact is that the vast majority of foot and lower-limb problems that we see at Kinetic Podiatry Clinic are not only accurately identified, treated and corrected, but also invariably lead to significant improvements in the knees, hips, back and neck, all areas of the body which are inextricably linked to the feet.
Founded in 2014 by Neil McAllister, following 14 years as a successful NHS Podiatrist and conveniently based within the Brentwood International Leisure Centre, Kinetic Podiatry Clinic has quickly grown to become established and trusted.
Through working with the NHS and more recently as a private clinic, Kinetic Podiatry Clinic has become renowned for successfully treating an extensive range of foot and lower limb conditions for people of all ages, fitness levels and life-styles.
Kinetic Podiatry Clinic is a sports specialist podiatry clinic, although we cater daily for all people, regardless of their level of activity or fitness.
Underpinned by numerous industry-recognised qualifications including Podiatric Medicine, Sports Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology and Advanced Biomechanics to name but a few, Clinical Director and lead Podiatrist Neil McAllister is fully qualified and highly experienced in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of injuries and conditions to your lower limbs and feet.
An approved member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC,) Neil has rare and invaluable insight into the holistic importance of Podiatry/Chiropody in today’s hectic lifestyle. Neil has a particular interest in sports injuries and the related biomechanics of the lower limb and has provided Podiatric Sports Injury support to football teams, marathon runners and players of many other sports.