Richard and Kate Lewis provide friendly and professional foot care for your whole family in the comfort of your own home.

Richard is an experienced Foot Health Practitioner who since qualifying in 2004 has established himself working in private practise in the local community for the last ten years. He is a member of The Foot Health Practitioner Register, the only accredited register of practitioners to be approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.

Kate Lewis was trained by leading podiatrists, chiropodists and foot health professionals at the Smae Institute in Berkshire. Kate has extensive experience of working with people with learning disabilities in residential care as well as day services. Which has given Kate a keen interest in ensuring that the best foot health care is available to people with all types of disability.

Both Richard and Kate are members of the Open College of Foot Health Professionals (MCFHP) as well as being registered with The British Association of Foot Health Professionals.(MAFHP) They are bound by their Code of Ethics and Rules of Association. Both are professionally insured, CRB checked and trained in medical emergencies procedures.

What is a Foot Health Practitioner?

The foot health practitioner helps people to keep their feet healthy and is able to give advice on day to day foot care to ensure they are well looked after into old age.

Much of the work is routine and often requires repeat visits at regular intervals. In many cases, there is need for routine maintenance occasioned by diabetes mellitus, arthritic hands, eye troubles, obesity, pregnancy, etc.

Many patients will simply have difficulty reaching their feet for maintenance - others appreciate the assistance of a practitioner who they can trust to trim and maintain their nails properly.