Polegate Podiatry & Wellness Clinic has had a very successful February, with a sea of new faces and old faces flooding through the door to see our lovely podiatrists and therapists in the new location in the high street.
We welcomed Jane Gosden to the clinic, a friendly and professional podiatrist with over 10 years’ experience of working with the NHS. Jane is currently offering her podiatry services every Thursday at our Polegate clinic and we’ve really enjoyed working with her over the last few weeks.
Our founder and podiatrist, Lorraine Humphrey, won an award with her team at St John Ambulance for offering her foot care services to the homeless in Brighton on a regular basis.
Lorraine said, “It’s a pleasure to offer my services to those in need. It’s very rewarding and I have met a lot of kind and great people since working with St John Ambulance.”
When we say, “Put your feet in safe hands,” we really mean it. Lorraine is known to have a very caring and professional manner, along with Jane, and your feet will be in excellent hands when you’re under their treatment.
We are also pleased to say we are now offering osteopathy with Emma Roussac-Evans every Tuesday. Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging muscles and joints. Call the clinic for more information.
We also offer physiotherapy with our Senior Chartered Physiotherapist, Neil Pincombe. Neil brings over 10 years of NHS experience to the clinic and previously worked at Polegate Podiatry & Health Clinic with Lorraine.
February has been a great month at Polegate Podiatry & Wellness, and we’re looking forward to many more.