What To Expect/FAQs

We will always aim to provide you with the very highest standard of foot care. We've prepared a small list of FAQ's answer any queries you may have about your visit.

  • What will happen on my first visit? - Your first visit will consist of helping the podiatrist understand your medical history through a short consultation prior to your treatment. This will allow you to present your problem and helping the podiatrist diagnose/properly treat the issue
  • How long does an appointment last? - The appointment will vary in length depending on treatment required, appointments will usually last no longer than 30 minutes
  • Do I need to do anything before coming or bring anything with me? - Bring any insoles that you currently use, other than that, unless specifically told to do so, just bring yourself!
  • What if I need to change my appointment? - Please call in on 07841818580 and we'll do our best to set you up with another, more suitable time if required. If leaving a message please make sure to leave your name, appointment time and number to re-arrange
  • I have a relative that's housebound, do you do home visits? - Yes! Home visits are available on request - please use the "Request An Appointment" link at the top of this page and we'll get back to you. Otherwise call in to arrange
  • What areas do your cover for home visits? - We cover the whole of the North Lanarkshire area
  • How do I pay for my treatment? - Payments can be made in cash or by cheque - other payment methods may be available soon
  • How do I get there? - We're a five minute walk from Coatbridge town centre, up the hill from the old Coatbridge Library, which is well supplied by bus and taxi services. For drivers, there is on street parking both on Academy Street & Baird Street. Please see the "Contact Us" page for a map and exact address details
  • I'm bringing a relative for an appointment, can I wait on premises? - There is a waiting area provided and toilet facilities. If you are going to be present in the appointment, there will be seating available for relatives
  • What standard of care can I expect? - The podiatrist holds an honours degree in Podiatry from Glasgow Caledonian University. They also hold additional certificates in Local Anaesthesia and Prescription Only Medicines. We are registered with Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) which assures the highest level of training, professional skills & behaviour.