Penny is practising podiatry and chiropody from a private room within Complete Hair and Beauty. Complete is a friendly, welcoming environment and is very centrally located at 14 Chapel Street, Dunfermline, Fife.
To find us, please see the map below.
After hours appointments available. Home visits for those with mobility issues are available on request (supplement applies with a minimum charge of £24.00)
Complete Podiatry & Chiropody
14 Chapel Street
There is ample private parking outside for clients as well as disabled access. I will be available for appointments from Wednesday to Saturday and will also have after hours appointments available on week days. To make an appointment please contact Complete on 01383 732778.
If it is difficult for you to make it to Complete due to reduced mobility, I also offer a home visit service. If you would like me to come to you, please contact me at the number given above or by email.
I aim to provide a high quality, friendly and reliable podiatry and chiropody service for my patients, with appointments allocated a slot of up to one hour.
A frequently asked question is what is the difference between a podiatrist and a chiropodist. The simple answer is that podiatry is a more up to date version of chiropody. A podiatrist can do everything a chiropodist can, and more. For example, a podiatrist is able to perform nail surgery, carry out biomechanical assessments (check how your feet perform) and supply you with certain prescription only medicines.
Be sure to check that your podiatrist is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC). The HCPC will also confirm that your practitioner is qualified to perform local anaesthesia (essential if carrying out nail surgery) and that they are able to supply prescription only medicine.
Your podiatrist has extensive medical knowledge, particularly regarding conditions such as diabetes, stroke and rheumatoid arthritis, all of which may have an effect on your feet. They will be able to give you invaluable advice regarding your health and that of your feet.
In order to maintain their registration with the HCPC, all podiatrists must be able to demonstrate that they are continually learning in order to keep their skills and knowledge up to date with current standards. You can check my registration status by clicking on the link below. I am also a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.
If you have any questions or would like further information, you can send a message by visting the contact form.
For further information on
this service please visit the Auld Reekie Feet website.