NICOLA JANE SHERINGHAM-SMITH MChS
HCPC REGISTERED CH34893
MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OF PODIATRY 36993
OPEN FOR APPOINTMENTS
Bath Podiatry Services is OPEN, and will continue to practise whilst following all governmental guidelines regarding PPE.
Hand washing or sanitizing is available on site, please wear a mask, and if you are feeling unwell please rearrange your appointment.
GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE!
I hope everyone will remain safe and well. Please remember hands, face, space.
I look forward to seeing you soon!
Look after yourselves, and keep safe.
Nicola Jane Sheringham-Smith
About Nicola Jane
Nicola Jane is a retired classically trained dancer and gymnast, who after 30 years of professional employment trained as a podiatrist at Valencia University, Spain.
Home Visits, Evening and Weekend Appointments Available
What is the difference between a chiropodist and a podiatrist?
Nothing at all, they are exactly the same. Both are health care professionals registered by the HCPC (Health Care Professional Council) and entitled to use the protected title Chiropodist or Podiatrist. They are trained to diagnose and treat abnormal conditions of the feet and lower limbs and are qualified following a lengthy university training.
What is the difference between a Podiatrist and a Foot Health Practitioner?
A Podiatrist is a registered healthcare professional, but a Foot Health Practioner is not, however the latter will have undertaken some basic training in foot care but will need to refer onto a podiatrist if further or more complex treatment is required.
Struggling to care for your feet?? Routine nail treatments offered to those who can no longer care for their own feet.
Ever wondered how you walk? Or why it hurts?? Gait analysis and biomechanical assessments can explain the how and why of your problem.
Going away on holiday? Have an appointment to make your feet comfortable and looking good!!
Sports injuries treated
Children’s problems a speciality: tiptoe walking, pigeon toes etc
Not a problem!! Non surgical and surgical options available…including emergency appointments!
Do you have old and worn orthotics? Has your foot changed shape? You may want to consider a new personalized pair of insoles. Depending on their use they should be changed every 12 – 18 months.