SARAH CHISEM BSc(Hons) MChS Podiatrist HCPC registration 31879

Sarah Chisem - foot care

Podiatry / Chiropody

Treatments include:

  • Nail care
  • Corn and Callus treatment
  • Verruca treatments incl verruca needling
  • Ingrowing toe nails
  • Heel/foot pain
  • Sports injuries (lower limb)
  • Nail surgery (with LA)
  • Orthotic prescription
  • WILDE PEDIQUE LCN Nail Reconstruction

What is Podiatry?

Podiatry is the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the lower limb. A podiatrist can give professional advice on prevention of foot problems and proper care of the feet and make appropriate referrals to other health care professionals.

Podiatrists are qualified to treat people of all ages with long term medical conditions such as arthritis and diabetes, and also sports injuries and skin and nail conditions. Treatment is for a wide range of foot health problems and disorders our aim is to keep people mobile, to prevent problems and to treat injuries.

Treatments include general foot care which involves reduction of callus and corns and nail care to
biomechanical assessments which may identify any gait or MSK disorders that can be treated with orthotic therapy.

Initial appointments will involve a consultation and medical history and treatment options will be discussed to suit individual needs. Some treatments may require longer than the initial consultation time.

Foot Health is important to everyone and it is never too early to start thinking about maintaining
your feet.



hcpc logoSarah Chisem is a fully qualified Podiatrist, she has practising as a foot health professional for over 10 years and in 2010 she graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a BSc (hons) Podiatry.

In July 2010 she graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatry.

She is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and is registered with the Health Professionals Council (HCPC) which regulates all Allied Health Professionals.

Sarah has a licence to use Local Anaesthetic for Nail Surgery and Verruca Needling.

Sarah maintains a regular high level of continual professional development in line with the needs of her practice. In addition to core podiatry updates, she has recently completed courses in Foot Mobilisation and Needling for Verrucae.
An interest in MSK problems is fuelled by her passion for running.

Sarah is joined by a Podiatry Assistant who offers a nail cutting service following an initial assessment by the Podiatrist.

General Foot Care appointments may last up to 30 minutes

Biomechanical Assessments require approximately 1 hour to ensure a thorough examination (please wear loose clothing).
Some treatments may require longer please feel free to speak to Sarah directly regarding your requirements.

Sarah also works at clinics in Thirsk and Wetherby and offers home visits within the Harrogate &
Knaresborough area.

Please feel free to contact Sarah if you require any information on the treatments that she offers.


General foot care appointments last up to 30 minutes.
A biomechanical assessment or gait analysis may require up to 1 hour ensuring that a thorough examination and history is conducted. Some patients may require regular maintenance and care whilst others may need a course of treatments for a specific problem.

Missed appointments or Appointments cancelled within less than 24 hours notice may incur a cancellation fee.


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