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    • Deva Podiatry Chester, Christmas E-giftcards available 24/7 from Sealand to New Zealand!

      Available from 16th November 2020, 24/7 you can now choose from 15 different Holiday Season designs for a Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic E-giftcard. Three of the designs are shown above. If you click on the images you will be taken direct to the SECURE Google Square Page where you can choose your desired style. Yes, if you live in Sealand near Chester or New Zealand you can now buy a Christmas E-giftcard for your loved ones in the Chester, Cheshire and North Wales area. New Deva Podiatry Online Electronic Gift Card In Association with Google and Square Wherever you live in the World it is now possible to buy, send and receive a Deva Podiatry Gift Card!!!! In August 2020 Square and Google My Business joined forces and introduced an electronic gift voucher system. Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic have a link to the dedicated Deva Podiatry gift vouchers by clicking here The online gift card is safe, secure and conveniently available to be accessed 24 hours a day- perfect for last minute unexpected occasions. When you access the card you enter basic information, input the value required and choose one of nearly 30 card designs to personalise the card for your loved one. The payment is protected by Google and Square and forwarded to Deva Podiatry. The designs are suitable for all occasions. The Deva Podiatry Electronic Gift Card is perfect for the forthcoming Holiday Season, infact any occasion that warrants or just for a gift to a loved one. We have had requests for gift vouchers from around the world -as it would seem that far flung relatives unsure of how to purchase gifts and vouchers for loved ones in the Chester, Cheshire and North Wales area have identified via the Deva Podiatry Google My Business page that Deva Podiatry is a highly rated, best practice google reviewed safe and secure medical clinic to purchase an electronic gift voucher from! NOTE:If you click on Deva Podiatry Google Reviews you can get up to date information on how our patients rate their experience. If you have the good fortune to receive an electronic gift card and are unsure how to redeem it simply make contact with Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic by messaging us here or call the clinic for more help. You may be wondering- "Who would actually buy a voucher as a gift for a medical treatment?" That's a great question. What follows are some of the explanations given to us. Maybe one of them fits perfectly to that someone we all know that its just impossible to buy for! "I've been telling my husband for years to go and have his feet looked at but hes always too busy". "My Mum has struggled since she had a hip operation to reach and cut her toenails, this voucher might be a great way to introduce her to improved foot health carried out by a medical professional". "My boyfriend has tried everything to sort out his fungal nail problem, this voucher might show him a professional treatment plan that he can believe in!" " It would be nice for my husband to have his feet looked at professionally as his health is not so good these days." " I live 4 hours away from Chester. If I purchase a block of vouchers it will ensure that my parents commence regular foot health maintenance that might keep them active as they get older". " Your voucher is a perfect gift for my Aunt. We've mentioned the importance of foot health to her. With this voucher its a great way to encourage her to take medical advice." " I slipped the voucher in with some new socks for my husband. We'd noticed his nails needed some attention. It was a perfect opportunity to get him to do something about it!". " My husband works away and is home for the Christmas Period. Its a perfect gift to help him keep in control of his feet. His job requires him to wear steel toe caps and his toe nails are always damaged." "My granddaughter is so difficult to buy for she lives in Chester and I thought how wonderful to give her a voucher when she visits at Christmas that she could use when she returns home in the New Year." FOOTNOTE: When you consider buying a gift card / voucher a positive consideration is that a gift card bought from a local business trading in your local area contributes tremendously towards supporting your local small business community. A Chester business supplying a service to the Local, Chester, Cheshire and Wrexham, North Wales area is invaluable to the area. Whether you choose to purchase a gift card / voucher for podiatry treatment at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic or another valued independent business you do so in the knowledge that you helping to support your local economy at this critical time.

    • Christmas Gift Vouchers Available At Deva Podiatry Chester, Cheshire,UK and now The World!

      As we move towards the end of what can only be described as the strangest year in most of our lifetimes there is a shining light for most of us to look forward to. That is of course the Christmas Holiday Season. Here at Deva Podiatry we recognise that the changes,have brought difficulties to many in accessing traditional christmas shopping. At Deva Podiatry we have available two forms of Gift Certificate or Voucher that are an ideal gift for loved ones at this time. Our traditional card voucher-complete with its presentation box and gift bag are now available in time for Christmas 2020. We have made some changes to the procedure this year to tie in with guidelines. Cards can be pre-purchased directly from the clinic .We ask that guidelines are observed and that you purchase gift vouchers within an allocated appointment or make contact with the clinic online. Payment may be prepayment and for extra piece of mind this information can be taken by phone. For those not wishing to give out card details the online gift card method introduced below is an ideal solution. Where you may require the gift voucher/box and bag to be sent to you this is possible but there will be an extra charge of £3 to cover postage and packing and Royal Mail proof of delivery. The gift vouchers are given a 6 month period to expiry. In these exceptional times, we recognise that there may be a need to extend this period. We will honour all vouchers that are due to expire within a lockdown period by offering an extension if the need arises. New Deva Podiatry Online Electronic Gift Card In Association with Google and Square Wherever you live in the World it is now possible to buy, send and receive a Deva Podiatry Gift Card!!!! In August 2020 Square and Google My Business joined forces and introduced an electronic gift voucher system. Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic have a link to the dedicated Deva Podiatry gift vouchers by clicking here The online gift card is safe, secure and conveniently available to be accessed 24 hours a day- perfect for last minute unexpected occasions. When you access the card you enter basic information, input the value required and choose one of nearly 30 card designs to personalise the card for your loved one. The payment is protected by Google and Square and forwarded to Deva Podiatry. The designs are suitable for all occasions. The Deva Podiatry Electronic Gift Card is perfect for Birthdays, Christmas, Mothers Day, infact any occasion that warrants or just for a gift to a loved one. We have had requests for gift vouchers from around the world -as it would seem that far flung relatives unsure of how to purchase gifts and vouchers for loved ones in the Chester, Cheshire and North Wales area have identified via the Deva Podiatry Google My Business page that Deva Podiatry is a highly rated, best practice google reviewed safe and secure medical clinic to purchase an electronic gift voucher from! NOTE:If you click on Deva Podiatry Google Reviews you can get up to date information on how our patients rate their experience. If you have the good fortune to receive an electronic gift card and are unsure how to redeem it simply make contact with Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic by messaging us here or call the clinic for more help. You may be wondering- "Who would actually buy a voucher as a gift for a medical treatment?" That's a great question. What follows are some of the explanations given to us. Maybe one of them fits perfectly to that someone we all know that its just impossible to buy for! "I've been telling my husband for years to go and have his feet looked at but hes always too busy". "My Mum has struggled since she had a hip operation to reach and cut her toenails, this voucher might be a great way to introduce her to improved foot health carried out by a medical professional". "My boyfriend has tried everything to sort out his fungal nail problem, this voucher might show him a professional treatment plan that he can believe in!" " It would be nice for my husband to have his feet looked at professionally as his health is not so good these days." " I live 4 hours away from Chester. If I purchase a block of vouchers it will ensure that my parents commence regular foot health maintenance that might keep them active as they get older". " Your voucher is a perfect gift for my Aunt. We've mentioned the importance of foot health to her. With this voucher its a great way to encourage her to take medical advice." " I slipped the voucher in with some new socks for my husband. We'd noticed his nails needed some attention. It was a perfect opportunity to get him to do something about it!". " My husband works away and is home for the Christmas Period. Its a perfect gift to help him keep in control of his feet. His job requires him to wear steel toe caps and his toe nails are always damaged." "My granddaughter is so difficult to buy for she lives in Chester and I thought how wonderful to give her a voucher when she visits at Christmas that she could use when she returns home in the New Year." FOOTNOTE: When you consider buying a gift card / voucher a positive consideration is that a gift card bought from a local business trading in your local area contributes tremendously towards supporting your local small business community. A Chester business supplying a service to the Local, Chester, Cheshire and Wrexham, North Wales area is invaluable to the area. Whether you choose to purchase a gift card / voucher for podiatry treatment at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic or another valued independent business you do so in the knowledge that you helping to support your local economy at this critical time.

    • Behind The Scenes - Clinic Hygiene

      A patient had read my previous post on exceptional quality podiatry instruments and we had a conversation regarding in-clinic hygiene systems. This lead me to realise that it was a great opportunity to put together a blog post relating to the procedures start to finish in ensuring that Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic maintains top rated, highest standard podiatry practice in clinic. So below stage by stage and related to the images above is the full process! Note On P.P.E Best practice requires that throughout the clinic sterilization process P.P.E .is worn by the clinician undertaking the sterilization of podiatry equipment. The process commences before the clinic opens and finishes after the clinic has closed. Stage 1 Boil 3.5 litres of tap water and add it to the specialist distiller. Over the next 3 hours the distiller will maintain a boiling temperature of 100 deg C . This process converts through distillation, tap water into approximately 3- 3.3 litres of distilled water. Around 200ml of water is lost to vapour and what remains in the distiller is a residue of super fine particles/ scaling /minerals.This residue is removed from the distiller so as to allow the distiller to be clean for its next operation. The distilled water is then utilised in 2 ways. Stage 2(a) Approximately 2 litres of distilled water is added to the clinic autoclave. Later in the day this will be utilised. Stage 2(b) Approximately 3.5 litres of distilled water is added to the podiatry clinic ultra-sonic cleanser. The ultrasonic cleanser is then set to achieve a target temperature of 75 degC. This target takes around 4 hours. Stage 3 Immediately after each patient has been seen the podiatry chiropody instruments are placed into a dedicated vessel containing cold sterile distilled water. The instruments are scrubbed to remove any debris and prepared ready to be added to the ultrasonic cleaner. Each new treatment / patient requires a new set of sterilized instruments to be used in clinic. At Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic we have a supply equal to 2 days of patient requirements. When a clinic sterilization system is set up as a daily process we can ensure that our stocks of sterilized instruments are always at hand. Stage 4 We set the ultrasonic cleaner to maintain a temperature of 75 deg C. The instruments are added to the tank with a small solution of cleaning agent and the programme is set for 25 minutes of sonic cleaning. ( My least favourite part as the machine creates a high frequency shrill!!!!!) Stage 5 Once cleaned in the ultrasonic cleaner the podiatry chiropody equipment is ready for the autoclave. The instruments are removed from the tank of the ultrasonic cleaner and laid out across the dedicated autoclave shelves. The guidelines require that the instruments must be placed on to the shelves without touching another instrument. (This ensures that the steam can reach all surfaces of the instrument). When required toenail nippers are then lubricated with a medical lubricating spray. The autoclave is the beating heart of the modern podiatry chiropody clinic. At Deva Podiatry we use an Eschmann Little Sister. Our autoclave is calibrated and serviced every 12 months by a specialised autoclave engineering company. It is fitted with a data-logger. A data-logger records and logs a set of values for each occasion that the autoclave runs through a cycle. The basic figures are that the autoclave should reach an internal temperature of 135 deg C for a continued period of 3 minutes and 15 seconds. If the autoclave cannot achieve this it fails its cycle, the error is logged and the autoclave must be serviced. The fail safe for this level of sterilization record keeping is that to be sterile and fit for purpose the autoclave has to pass its cycle and data log. The cycle contains a drying cycle that removes most of the surface residual steam deposits. Any remaining deposits are removed with lint free disposable clinic sheets. At this point I can explain why distilled sterilized water is used. The natural mineral deposits contained within tap water-even when boiled can effect the internal surface areas of the autoclave, water distiller and ultrasonic cleaner.If tap water was used for this process the steaming action under pressure would deposit residue onto the podiatry tools. The residue not only creates an effect of an instrument being "dirty" but it can also promote growth of pathogens over time. Once the cycle is completed the instruments are finally ready to be bagged into sterile pouches. We date stamp each pouch. Best Practice Guidelines ensure that instruments can be placed in sterile pouches for up to 1 year. Our system of strict rotation ensures that podiatry instruments are sterilized and ready to be used in clinic for 1 to 14 days. Some instruments are not used within a routine appointment. For instance specialist nail surgery instruments may only be used once a week and specialist ingrown toenail removal instruments may be used once or twice daily. The added benefit of a dating system ensures that such instruments are brought back into sterilization more frequently by utilising our 2 week expiry to renew sterilization policy. We have dedicated drawers and storage systems for our instruments. The routine podiatry instruments are placed into one side of a drawer to comply with our rotation. The nail surgery instruments and ingrown toenail removal instruments have their own dedicated drawer storage system. Not yet mentioned in the Deva Podiatry clinic sterilization and rotation system are the tools related to Fungal Toenail Treatment via The Lacuna Method. Fungal Nail Infection has the ability to spread and infect other toes. When it is identified as part of a treatment plan that fungal infection is present there is a need to proceed with extra caution. For example the primary purpose of the Lacuna Method is to eradicate fungal infection from infected areas of toes. Once a specialised tool has come into contact with such an area it is potentially contaminated with fungus and must be placed aside. You can see and hopefully understand that the sterilization system within a clinic is thorough in its attention to detail. The procedures and guidelines are set by NICE and the College Of Podiatry to ensure that best practice clinical standards are adopted. We are also required to keep additional records relating to our in clinic sterilization system to identify that it is fit for purpose. Where we use single use instruments they are always disposed of in an appropriate manner, for example we use single use , highest standard, Sheffield Made Swann Morton Scalpel blades which are disposed of in a sharps bin- after each patient treatment.The reusable stainless steel handles are only ever used in an individual appointment. Each patient is treated with a freshly sterilized blade handle. At the end of the appointment it is placed into the clinic sterilization system. It has been common practice in "pop up" nail bars to use files and instruments repeatedly through the day on numerous clients. For many the realisation that this is poor hygiene and sterilisation has never been a consideration. In this year of huge changes our attitudes towards hygiene, sanitisation and sterilization have changed forever. Its reassuring to know that Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic has adopted best practice guidelines in clinic procedures and protocols that will allow you to feel that your feet are always in safe hands.!

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    • Deva Podiatry Children Adult Verrucae Removal

      01244 680365 ​ All You Need to Know about Verrutop Verrucae Treatment for Children & Adults at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic Chester ​ Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic Chester are pleased to announce the introduction of an innovative new therapeutic treatment for verrucae- VERRUTOP © ​ A treatment that is applied in clinic, by our professional lead podiatrist to ADULTS and CHILDREN as young as 6 years of age. How Does © Work? Verrutop © acts by denaturing the verruca proteins through a caustic effect ( mummification). Verrutop © causes a reaction and generates nitrites by denaturing viral proteins. Protein degradation is accelerated by salt compounds contained in the verrutop © formulation . Verrutop © is safe and under clinic conditions its application is straight forward. Following application it does not interfere with a patients daily routine. Verrutop © is supplied in a sealed glass ampoule containing 0.1ml of © Complex. Your podiatrist will break the ampoule before administering it to the affected area. This area will have been prepared for treatment with specialist sterilised podiatry instruments. Verrutop Verrutop One ampoule contains sufficient product to apply to 2 to 3 medium sized verrucae.When a patient presents with clusters of verrucae it may be necessary for additional ampoules to be required. In such an instance the patient will be advised of this. See pricing structure below. ​ Success in clinical trials prior to licensing ​ The products effect is seen below in the images that were presented by Galloni. Ch at the 27th EADV congress France 12-18 September 2018. The product is classed as an EU Medical Device Class IIA CE0477 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Treatment Price Structure & Conditions Of Treatment ​ Suitability for the treatment is determined during the initial consultation. In line with our appointment structure this is scheduled as up to 1 hour. Your medical history is recorded , preparatory podiatry work is carried out to the area of the verrucae and if you wish to proceed the first ampoule is administered within this appointment .The fee is £65. ​ All ampoules are supplied sealed and contain 0.1ml of Verrutop © Complex - sufficient for application to 2-3 medium verrucae. Where a patient has been identified as requiring substantial treatment extra ampoules will be supplied and administered in clinic within the appointment for £25 an ampoule. ​ A patient is scheduled to return to clinic for follow on appointments every 10-14 days. Follow on appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes and the price of these appointments are £45 which includes the administering of one ampoule of verrutop © ​ In an instance where it is determined that within a follow on appointment additional ampoules will be required the price will increase accordingly at £25 an ampoule. ​ As this is a medical procedure administered in clinic there will be a requirement to complete medical forms. ​ Children under 18 requiring treatment must attend clinic with their recognised parent or guardian. There will be an additional requirement to sign consent forms in relation to treatment of a minor. Make an Appointment Today Verrutop verrucae treatment best rated Podiatrist Chiropodist After 15 days encouraging progress at Deva Podiatry Chester verrutop verrucae treatment Deva Podiatry Chester foot specialist near me 15 days complete remission Podiatrist Chiropodist applied Verrutop a new gentler approach to verrucae treatment Before Application of Verrutop at Deva Podiatry for all your chirtopody needs 1/4 Get In Touch Submit Thanks for submitting! We will get back to you shortly.

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    • FAQs Ingrown Toenail Surgery Deva Podiatry

      ​ Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Ingrown Toenail Treatment & Nail Surgery At Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic Chester ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ "I’ve got a really bad ingrown toenail when I search for information it tells me that I will need nail surgery, when can I have it removed?” “Have I got an ingrown toenail ?” ​ “Have I got a severe ingrown toenail? ” “Will my ingrown toenail need removal through surgery?” ​ “Can you take out my ingrown toenail through permanent toenail surgery?” Just some of the many variants of the question we at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic get asked when a patient first presents with a sore toe. ​ Going online can be great for finding out information or even self-diagnosing a condition but when it comes to a physical examination a visit to a suitably qualified podiatrist or chiropodist in their clinic can bring many immediate benefits and in doing so relieve you of the pain you have been suffering from. Lets first talk about ingrown toenails or ingrowing toenails. ​ The list of background events to an ingrown toenail is pretty long. ​ Such triggers for an ingrown toenail can include working all day in tight fitting shoes or boots, steel toe caps or dropping an item on your toe and initially dismissing the blackening of the nail and the months of damage/ recovery to your nail. ​ We see a lot of footballers who suddenly find the pain from the toe area is causing distress. Its quite normal to walk into an appointment hobbling to then leave the clinic fixed and ready to go again. ​ For current athletes, the rigors of sport or dance may have impacted on the condition of your feet, you may find your competitiveness is affected by that niggling feeling from a toenail digging into your toe. ​ You may go hill walking and again dismiss the bruising to toes as a side issue from the friction caused from your boots on your feet. ​ Add to this list a neglect of your toe nails by letting them grow or by cutting them too short or even to the wrong shape and you start to see that one or a number of factors could be contributing to your ingrown toenail. Yes!! Many patients are surprised to discover that there is a correct way to cut your nails!! And that often a small change in this process can bring improvements to the growth of your toenails. ​ Fortunately, We at Deva Podiatry have many years of experience in addressing ingrown or ingrowing toe nails. ​ If your issue is fairly recent it is possible to implement a number of improvements to your foot health maintenance that can see instant improvements in the condition of the toe, nail and nail bed. An initial consultation and treatment may be all that is necessary to send you on your way with valuable advise. ​ Perhaps you have visited a podiatrist on a number of occasions to address your ingrown toenail. We manage a number of people’s foot health, by maintaining the ingrown nail and bed, to ensure that they can visit for a regular appointment to control any inflammation. At Deva Podiatry we are happy to be consulted for ingrown toenail advice. ​ Occasionally, we are consulted by a patient who is convinced that their only option is permanent toenail removal and nail surgery or ingrown nail surgery is the only solution. Many patients are reassured to discover that actually the condition is not as severe as they believed. If you have followed through the scenarios above you will understand that no two individuals present with exactly the same nail damage and as such a Podiatrist has at their disposal specialised tools and equipment for all variants of an ingrown toenail. ​ When you are ready to make an Ingrown Toenail appointment give Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic a call, were always happy to help. Moving on to Nail Surgery ​ Lets start by repeating, your nail may look unsightly, damaged and of serious concern to you , but this does not mean that an appointment with a podiatrist must mean permanent toenail removal. ​ If you have previously visited us for assistance with issues surrounding your ingrown toenails and they are under management then you may be considering removal of all or part of a nail. We will have discussed this with you and prepared you for the possibility of this in the future. ​ If it is some time since your last visit to Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, please feel free to contact us for a consultation on the possibility of ingrown toenail removal surgery. ​ Finally if you wish to find out in detail what exactly nail surgery entails then we have linked to a video that can also be found in the blog pages of Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic. This excellent video shows the full process of nail surgery. If you click you will be taken to another blog post that identifies in detail the full Nail Surgery procedure at Deva Podiatry.This blog post identifies the tools and equipment that we use at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic. This equipment is in line with the guidance on standards we are set. In addition, to those standards we ensure that any nail surgery carried out is blocked out to allow for appropriate clinic time. The clinic is prepared, all tools and medical items are set out and strict surgical procedures and timings are introduced. here ​ We also include up to 4 follow up appointments and provide you with necessary dressings and full at home instructions. We guide you all the way through recovery. Our aim is your total satisfaction in the treatment you have received from us. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ For Reassurance the Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic COVID-19 Policy is reprinted in full. You can be further reassured that the clinic and all equipment will be prepared to the highest standards prior to your designated surgery time. Introduction ​ The health and safety of both patients and podiatrists is paramount. Deva Podiatry have always focussed on exceptional Infection control; however COVID-19 has brought to the fore the need to introduce additional measures. This document is to be used in combination with documents from other organisations such as Public Health England and The College of Podiatry. Additional Infection Control ​ Between each appointment to wipe with diluted bleach or clinell wipes;- • Doorknobs • Entire treatment couch • Patients chair within clinic • Podiatrists Chair • Keyboard, screen, and housing of I-Pad • Square payment terminal • Pen • Treatment Trolley • Counter- top • Light • Sneeze shield • Drawer handles, drill, doppler, cardio machine, doppler and any other items touched in the course of treatment • Skirting to the clinic Also, to mop floor with diluted bleach, clinell wipes or floor wipes. Personal Protective Equipment ( PPE) ​ The College Of Podiatry currently directs podiatrists to use tables 2 and 4 when deciding which PPE to use: • • Gloves • Apron IIR fluid resistant masks • Eye or face mask, depending on risk. Risk factors to be considered are which procedure, likelihood of patient being contagious and risk factors of the contracting COVID-19. The College Of Podiatry suggests that a FFP2 or FFP3 mask will provide superior protection, therefore a combined IIR and FFP3 mask is ideal. The College advises that a face visor would, if this combination is not available, provide additional protection. ​ Before booking the appointment The podiatrist will question the patient and, if an existing patient, refer to previous notes to ensure the patient meets the current criteria for treatment listed in the “ Decision Tree for Independent Practitioners” and the “Treatment Grid during COVID-19”. ​ Before the appointment • The COVID-19 triage form is completed • The patient consents to attending the appointment • It is explained to the patient that they must wait in the car until the allotted time • they may be required to wear a mask • they will need to wash their hands or use hand sanitiser upon attending • that 2 metres distance will be maintained where possible (continued) • they will need to attend on their own (exception where it is previously identified that a carer or guardian will attend) • Payment will be taken via card ​ On Arrival for the appointment • Any pedestrian patient must not arrive before their allotted appointment time • A patient travelling by car is to stay within their car until the allotted appointment time • A patient will be encouraged to wear their own mask or scarf for their own personal protection • The patient will be directed to sanitise their hands prior to treatment or if a preference is made for washing hands this facility is also available next to the treatment chair ​ Changes within the clinic • Worktop surfaces will be decluttered to allow for more efficient cleansing in between patients • All seating materials to be made of a wipeable material • Sign at entrance to clinic highlighting COVID-19 guidelines • Tissues and hand sanitiser available to patients • Lavatory light to be left on • Patient appointments to be restructured to allow for adequate time to receive the patient, carry out the treatment and for the patient to exit the clinic without an overlap with previous or subsequent patient • An additional period of time to be allocated to the period post appointment to allow for satisfactory sanitising of the clinic • Patients who are known to be at higher risk from Covid-19 and fall within the vulnerable categories will be offered an appointment at the start of the session ​ Podiatrists Attire • Clean scrubs and socks to be put on in the clinic • Dedicated clinic shoes to be kept and used within the clinic • After session, scrubs and socks to be placed into a dedicated clinic laundry bag and put directly into washing machine upon bringing them into the house • After clinic session, podiatrist to go directly home and shower, laundering clothes that have been worn between clinic and house VERSION 2: Produced by Sarah Webber DATE: 5th June 2020 References and external links to governing legislation in relation to Covid-19. Click on the icons below to be taken to the relevant latest information on coronavirus. ​ COP “PPE Clarification May 2020” COP “ PPE inaccessibility guidance” Public Health England “ Additional considerations, in addition to standard infection prevention and control precautions” table 4 “ Any setting. Direct patient / resident care assessing an individual that is not currently a possible or confirmed case ( within 2 metres) ” 01244 680365 Contact Form

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