At Podiatry Supplies we offer chiropodists, podiatrists and foot health specialists a large range of in-depth articles, blog posts, videos and pictures from a wide range of podiatry suppliers. If your looking for information about podiatry equipment then you’ve come to the right place. We provide expert advice, tutorials, guides and news. All designed to save you money and more importantly time. We list all the major podiatry associations, schools and colleges as well as information on repairing and servicing podiatry equipment. If you’re a podiatry student looking for podiatry courses or resources we can help.
Podiatry Supplies Equipment Guides & Reviews
Chiropodists & Podiatrists in the UK will find useful guides and product reviews for some of the industries leading podiatry equipment suppliers including Plinth, Eschmann Hadewe and Berchtold.
So far we have reviewed the Berchtold S35 Dust extraction drill, and will be adding more reviews including the Hadewe SB & Xantos domiciliary drill, Eschmann or Little sister autoclaves and Plinth couches.
If you’re considering buying a podiatry nail drill check out our introductory guide.
Would you like a free Podiatry business listing?
We offer podiatrists, chiropodists and foot health specialists a free business listing for your podiatry clinic or practice, all you have to do is fill out the details and we’ll list your practice for free.
This service is open to all practitioners whether your clinic or domiciliary based.
This is a great way to get exposure for your business from traffic specifically looking for foot related services.
Subject to application we will happily add a link your your own website which can help improve your rankings in the search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Please visit our listing page for more information
Are you looking for a Chiropodist, Podiatrist or Foot Specialist?
If you suspect you have a foot condition or are experiencing foot pain it is always recommended you visit your local GP to get appropriate advice and not try and treat the condition yourself. You may also save money on buying products you don’t necessarily need.
With waiting times for NHS ;podiatry treatment increasing it may be quicker and easier to seek the advice of a private chiropodist or podiatrist. Many Podiatrists have worked within the NHS before entering private practice.
You can do a search in your yellow pages book or look online at www.yell.com. Put “podiatrist” in the search box and you should get local podiatrists to you