Podiatry / Chiropody Home Visits

Sarah Walton Podiatrist

Sarah Walton Podiatry provides friendly and professional foot care for your whole family in the comfort of your own home.

Sarah qualified from Huddersfield University School of Chiropody in 1987 and holds a BSc degree in Podiatry awarded by Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in 2000.

She has extensive experience in all aspects of Podiatry gained through many years of employment in NHS hospitals, community clinics and in private practice. She has just returned from an exciting three year stint working as a Podiatrist in Australia. She worked in a variety of posts ranging from private practice in the city of Perth to providing medical outreach services to remote communities in South Australia for the Australian Government.

On resuming Podiatry practice in Bristol in 2014, Sarah has chosen to focus on providing a high quality, professional home visiting service, with a commitment to providing a high standard of care to clients in their own homes. She specialises in the treatment of the ageing foot, with a keen interest in the effects of arthritis and diabetes.

Sarah is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (registration number CH09744) and is a member of The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. The Health and Care Professions Council is the regulatory body for health professionals in the UK. It is important to make sure that your Podiatrist is registered to ensure that they meet the standards set by the HCPC to practise competently, safely and legally.

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What is Podiatry?

Podiatry (Chiropody) is a health profession which deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders relating to the feet and lower limbs.

Podiatrists treat people with a range of foot conditions, in all age groups from the very young to the elderly. Podiatrists perform general maintenance of the feet, as well as treating foot pain, injuries and recurring problems associated with walking and sports.


Podiatrists also care for the feet of people with conditions that put them at high risk of developing lower limb complications, such as those with diabetes, neurological disorders and poor circulation. To see some of the common conditions treated, please see Treatments.