General Podiatry

We manage all areas of foot care from simple nail cutting and treatment of corns and callous to assessment and treatment of Diabetic foot problems, minor surgery under local anaesthetic

Sports Injuries

Injured your foot or ankle playing sport or physical activity? Whether it was running, walking, hiking or any sport activity. We’ll try get you back out into the field as quick as possible

Orthotics

Orthotics are custom made podiatric devices that are inserted into your footwear to help in improving foot function, and balance biomechanical issues present in the feet or lower legs

Laser Treatments

Laser is used for a variety of conditions in the clinics; speeding up wound healing, sports injuries, reduction of inflammation and pain plus treatment of fungal infected nails, verruca and chilblains

Podiatry, the medical care and treatment of the human foot

– called also Chiropody

The Podiatrist

Philip Mann BSc. (Hons)

Qualified at the University of Westminster in 1994 with a 2.1 Bachelor of science in Podiatric Medicine.

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.

Moved to Spain in 2007, registered Spanish podiatrist Colegio No 2524, Philip now works in five clinics around the Costa Blanca area.

Latest Podiatry Articles

Aging Foot

Foot Pain

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As the interface between the body and the ground the foot is…
Aging Foot

The Ageing Foot

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We are all familiar with the ageing process, the changes that…
26 Bones

In each foot

7500 Steps

Taken per day

110,000 miles

Walked in a lifetime

125,000 Sweat Glands

In each foot

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