Ablefeet

Ablefeet

Podiatry

Ablefeet are Surrey’s most innovative and dynamic podiatry practice, providing clinically advanced care to patients ranging from routine podiatric care to minor surgery, from biomechanical problems to sports injuries. We are leading the way in minor surgical and non-surgical procedures to manage all things podiatry related.

Ablefeet specialise in all of the following:
Biomechanics involving a musculoskeletal assessment and gait analysis, orthotic prescription, minor surgery for ingrowing toenails, sports injuries and rehabilitation, as well as all routine podiatry needs. These will include conditions like plantar fasciosis, achilles tendinopathy, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, medial tibial stress syndrome, chronic ankle instability, patella femoral pain syndrome and iliotibial band syndrome.

Since setting up the practice Ablefeet in 2004, we have been able to provide treatment for Olympians, England rugby players, GB, England and Scotland hockey players, England & Wales National Lacrosse Players, Ultra marathon runners, elite marathon runners, Ironman and Lanzarote Triathletes, Marathon des Sables (Sahara marathon) runners, mountaineers, as well as members of the British Army, Navy and Royal Air Force.

Ablefeet
16 Terrace Road
Walton-on-Thames
KT12 2SB

Therapists

Mr James Welch

Mr James Welch works at Ablefeet.


We Accept

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What We Provide

Sports Specialities

Although we treat injuries related to all sports we have particular expertise relating to the following sports.

Injury Specialities

Although we treat injuries related to all sports we have particular expertise relating to the following injuries.

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