Here in Costa Blanca footpodiatry is able to offer Podiatry/Chiropody services encompassing all aspects of foot and ankle care.
With clinics in Calpe, Moraira, Javea and Albir our services are easy to access and based in English-speaking medical centres.
The term Podiatrist means foot specialist, someone who will manage all areas of foot care from simple nail cutting to assessment and treatment of diabetic foot problems, minor surgery under local anaesthetic and sports injuries.
Telephone: 686 912 307
Scope of practice:
- Sports injuries / Biomechanics
- Ingrown toenails
- Gait analysis and orthotics
- Corns and Callous
- Painful bunions
- Verrucas (planter warts)
- Heel pain and plantar fasciitis
- Diabetic Assessment of blood flow (Doppler) and neuropathy
- Treatment of diabetic ulcers and wound care
- Laser therapy for sports injuries and wound care
- Infections of the skin and nails
The Podiatrist. Philip Mann BSc. (Hons) M.Ch.S S.R.Ch.
So what’s it all mean? Well BSc. (Hons) means that Philip did a three year Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Podiatric Medicine. M.Ch.S. means that he is a Member of the Chiropody Society. S.R.Ch. means that he is a State Registered Chiropodist. He is also HPC (Health Professions Council) registered.
Qualified at the University of Westminster in 1994 Philip brings a wealth of experience to the practice. On leaving University Philip worked as a locum covering clinics all over London before securing a position based at Willesden Community Hospital. Although hospital based the position involved working in various community clinics over northwest London and being part of the Diabetic team based at Central Middlesex Hospital doing diabetic assessment and wound care. In 1999 Philip became biomechanics and team lead for the Willesden area.
In 2001 Philip took a position in a private practice in Bermuda in charge of biomechanics and sports injuries although still practicing all areas of Podiatry.