Q: What standard of care can I expect?

A: All of our podiatrists hold an honours degree in Podiatry from Glasgow Caledonian University. They also hold certificates in Local Anaesthesia and Prescription Only Medicines. We are registered with Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) which assures the highest level of training, treatment standards and professionalism. This ensures the best possible care.

Q: What will happen at my first visit?

A: At your first visit the podiatrist will ask you about your medical history before your treatment commences. You will be able to explain your problem to help aid the podiatrist with a diagnoses in order to properly treat the issue you are having.

Q: How long is the appointment?

A: Appointments will often vary in length, normally lasting 20-30 minutes depending on the treatment you are attending for.

Q: Do I need to bring anything with me?

A: Please bring a copy of your script (medication) with you on your first visit if you do not know the names of the medication you take. You won’t need to bring anything else unless we ask you to. 

Q: What if I need to change my appointment? 

A: Please call us on 07725885818 and we'll do our best to assist you. If you don’t get through to us and leave a message please leave your name, appointment time and number to re-arrange.

Q: I have a relative that's housebound, do you do home visits?

A: Yes! We offer home visits on request for people who are unable to get out of their house. Please use the "Book appointment" link at the bottom of this page. Or call us to arrange an appointment.

Q: What areas do your cover for home visits?

A: We cover the Bangor and wider Bangor area, if we have to travel further there will just be an additional fee. Call us to see if we can accommodate you.

Q: How do I pay for my treatment?

A: Payments can be made in cash or by card.

Q: How do I get there?

A: We're in the centre of Bangor, just off Hamilton Road where Nicholas Graham and the Independent Mortgage Company are. We are based inside Bodytone Physiotherapy, which is the blue painted building with the white sign.