Welcome to Queensferry Podiatry
  Welcome to Queensferry Podiatry
Queensferry Podiatry will remain open during the new Level 3 restrictions as we are classed as essential medical care. Scotland's new Corona virus (COVID-19) Strategic Framework does not affect healthcare services. Podiatrists, as registered medical professionals, can continue to treat patients in all tiers which includes travel to our clinic.
Please be rest assured we will continue our strict infection control protocols to keep you and our staff safe. Please click here for our full list of measures.


*A reminder to all our patients to please complete the Covid triage and consent form before you attend your appointment and for each new appointment - the link to the form is sent in your appointment confirmation email and we send out a text reminder 24 hours before your appointment*

If you, or someone you have been in close contact with, has a confirmed case of COVID-19, or is experiencing a new continuous cough, and/or high fever, and/or loss or change to your sense of smell or taste, please do not attend the clinic. Instead, please stay at home and call us to reschedule your appointment.


We look forward to seeing you soon! Kirsty, Neassa and Angie.

Queensferry Podiatry was established in 1999 and is based within the JW Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinics, situated in the beautiful town of South Queensferry.


We offer a professional podiatry service covering everything from nail problems, hard skin, corns and verrucae to comprehensive diabetic foot care and check-ups, biomechanical assessments, orthotic fitting and nail surgery.
Appointments last 40 minutes and can be scheduled to suit you, during the day or in the evening.

All our Podiatrists are HCPC registered which means we meet the national standards and are practising legally, safely and effectively, and are entitled to use the title Podiatrist.

Our practice standards have been reviewed and inspected by the College of Podiatry (CoP) to ensure that the clinical process and patient environment is functioning to the highest standards.


The aim of the Practice Accreditation  Scheme is to help ensure best practice, achieve a high standard of care to patients and to ensure the correct protocols and procedures are followed to practice safely and effectively within the profession.

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