We are experiencing ongoing disruption to our clinics secondary to the Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, we are unable to offer face-to-face consultations as it is not possible to do so whilst complying with social distancing guidance as it currently stands. Our representative body, the College of Podiatry, is also currently advising that non-essential face-to-face consultations cannot take place.
We are hopeful that we will receive updates from the government and the College of Podiatry in the next couple of weeks that will enable us to return to clinic safely. When we do so, it is likely that we will still have to maintain some elements of social distancing , wear some elements of personal protective equipment (PPE) and risk assess some patients.
We will contact patients awaiting appointments as soon as it is possible to open clinic slots and book patients back in. Please bear with us during this time as fewer slots may be available and you may have to comply with a few more safety measures but please be assured that our priority is to re-open our services only when it is possible to do so in a safe manner.
If you have any concerns about returning to clinic for an appointment, please contact us directly and we can discuss this with you further. We look forward to, eventually, welcoming you back into our clinics.