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  • VITALITY Private Medical Insurance- What you need to know:

    VITALITY Insurance- What you need to know: Prior to attending your appointment you must contact VITALITY for a pre-authorisation number and also determine how much your policy excess is set at. You can call VITALITY on 0345 602 3523. You can speak to VITALITY by clicking here ​ Please note that medical devices such as orthotics and supplemental medication are not covered by VITALITY. Checklist - prior to attending your consultation at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic you will need to : ​ Ensure that you gain a pre authorisation number from VITALITY You may require a GP referral prior to attending You will need to pay your policy excess direct to Deva Podiatry Contact VITALITY if you are in any doubt regarding your policy coverage prior to attending your Podiatry consultation Understand how much your excess is on your policy and what fees are covered by your policy and advise the clinic accordingly. In most cases you will pay for your consultation and then claim back your fees with the appropiate submission of an invoice. ​ ​VITALITY Procedure codes for podiatrists: ​ VITALITY initial consultation: No code required VITALITY follow up consultation: No code required VITALITY nail surgery: S6400 VITALITY injection: W9030 ​ Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, Chester, Sarah Webber, VITALITY provider number via Healthcode Registration SP100361 Disclaimer: All information provided is correct as at December 1st 2020.Information is deemed as contact details and reclaim procedures in respect of policies issued by VITALITY to their clients. Deva Podiatry are not a client of VITALITY. Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic are registered with the HCPC under registration no: CH32605 and via Healthcode through registration with the Private Practice Register for the purpose of transacting Private Health Insurance Authorised payments. It is the duty of the insured to ensure that their policy is valid for the purpose of utilising it for podiatry treatment.

  • CIGNA Private Medical Insurance- What you need to know:

    CIGNA Insurance- What you need to know: Prior to attending your appointment you must contact CIGNA for a pre-authorisation number and also determine how much your policy excess is set at. You can call CIGNA on 01475 788463. Existing CIGNA members can click through to there login here or email: UKinfo@Cigna.com. ​ Please note that medical devices such as orthotics and supplemental medication are not covered by CIGNA. Checklist - prior to attending your consultation at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic you will need to : ​ Ensure that you gain a pre authorisation number from CIGNA You may require a GP referral prior to attending You will need to pay your policy excess direct to Deva Podiatry Contact CIGNA if you are in any doubt regarding your policy coverage prior to attending your Podiatry consultation Deva Podiatry can bill CIGNA directly for you if we are provided with the appropriate information. Please speak to your podiatrist at your consultation Understand how much your excess is on your policy and what fees are covered by your policy and advise the clinic accordingly In most cases you will pay for your consultation and then claim back your fees with the appropiate submission of an invoice. ​ ​ CIGNA Procedure codes for podiatrists: ​ CIGNA initial consultation: No code required CIGNA follow up consultation: No code required CIGNA nail surgery: S7010 CIGNA injection: W9030 CIGNA Local Anaesthetic: AC100 ​ Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, Chester, Sarah Webber, CIGNA provider number 217508 Disclaimer: All information provided is correct as at December 1st 2020.Information is deemed as contact details and reclaim procedures in respect of policies issued by CIGNA to their clients. Deva Podiatry are not a client of CIGNA. Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic are registered with the HCPC under registration no: CH32605 and via Healthcode through registration with the Private Practice Register for the purpose of transacting Private Health Insurance Authorised payments. It is the duty of the insured to ensure that their policy is valid for the purpose of utilising it for podiatry treatment.

  • AVIVA Private Medical Insurance- What you need to know:

    AVIVA Insurance- What you need to know: Prior to attending your appointment you must contact AVIVA for a pre-authorisation number and also determine how much your policy excess is set at. You can call AVIVA on 0800 0683827. Existing AVIVA members can click through to there login here this takes you to AVIVA. ​ Please note that medical devices such as orthotics and supplemental medication are not covered by AVIVA. Checklist - prior to attending your consultation at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic you will need to : ​ Ensure that you gain a pre authorisation number from AVIVA You may require a GP referral prior to attending You will need to pay your policy excess direct to Deva Podiatry Contact AVIVA if you are in any doubt regarding your policy coverage prior to attending your Podiatry consultation Understand how much your excess is on your policy and what fees are covered by your policy and advise the clinic accordingly In most cases you will pay for your consultation and then claim back your fees with the appropiate submission of an invoice. ​ AVIVA Procedure codes for podiatrists: ​ AVIVA initial consultation: No code required AVIVA follow up consultation: No code required AVIVA nail surgery: S7010 AVIVA injection: W9040 AVIVA Local Anaesthetic: AC100 ​ Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, Chester, Sarah Webber, AVIVA provider number 600138279 Disclaimer: All information provided is correct as at December 1st 2020.Information is deemed as contact details and reclaim procedures in respect of policies issued by AVIVA to their clients. Deva Podiatry are not a client of AVIVA. Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic are registered with the HCPC under registration no: CH32605 and via Healthcode through registration with the Private Practice Register for the purpose of transacting Private Health Insurance Authorised payments. It is the duty of the insured to ensure that their policy is valid for the purpose of utilising it for podiatry treatment.

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  • Chiropodist Podiatrist Deva Podiatry Chester

    Anchor 1 ​ DEVA PODIATRY FOOT HEALTH CLINIC chester COMMITTED TO BEST PRACTICE PODIATRY Dedicated to providing excellent clinical standards with treatments tailored to your individual needs. ​ Ready to listen. Here to help. Book An Appointment Today Deva Podiatry offers gold standard, best practice podiatry treatment. ​ Sarah established her private practice in 2018 after gaining many years of clinical experience within the NHS. ​ Working to N.I.C.E. ( National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) and Public Health England guidelines, w e are proud to say that we have gained a reputation for exemplary practice with over 150 5* reviews. Testimonials £65 ​ Initial Assessment & First Treatment A first assessment involves taking a full detailed history of your foot complaint . We will need to know any medical conditions and medication that you take. We complete a full physical assessment including Neuro-vascular testing followed by a standard treatment incorporating a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. Book Now £48 ​ Routine Standard Podiatry/Chiropody For those who have already had an initial assessment treatments range from nail cutting and corn and callous removal through to thickened nails, dry skin and advice on skin and nail conditions. This treatment is considered essential for those wanting to maintain good foot health. Book Now £385 for one nail. Additional nails £150 Inclusive of 3 follow-up appointments Nail Surgery (subject to assessment) If you have long term issues with ingrowing toe nails which cannot be helped by routine treatment or thick unsightly nails then you may be suitable for nail surgery which is a simple procedure performed under local anaesthetic where part or the whole nail is removed and a chemical is applied to prevent regrowth. Book Now £65 Initial Consultation Fungal Nail Fenestration ​ We offer The Lacuna Method for fungal nail infection and treatment. Up to 60% of the population will suffer to some degree with Onychomycosis or more commonly known as Fungal Nail Infection. ​ Consulting with a Podiatrist and proactively engaging in a course of treatment can clinically cure fungal nail infection. ​ Fungal Nail Infection can be treated using a procedure known as fenestration. This procedure allows for direct access to the nail bed the area where infection can take hold. The active ingredient is applied into the nail bed through the nail,giving the opportunity for the nail and bed to recover from the infection. ​ Read more by clicking on the box below. Book Now Prices vary and can be discussed at initial consultation. ​ Verrucae Treatment ​ Whilst verrucae may disappear on their own, they can quickly become troublesome, spreading to other areas of your feet, growing larger, and often becoming painful. Seeking professional help from a podiatrist can help you clear up your verrucae more quickly. We recommend visiting us here at Deva Podiatry if your verruca is painful, has spread, multiplied, altered in appearance, or if it’s restricting you in your daily activities. ​ We have a range of verrucae treatment solutions available for adults and children. ​ Book Now £65 diagnostic consultation. Additional cost for suitably prescribed orthotics Orthotics ​ We have a range of orthotic insoles available in clinic. Following a consultation appointment we can suggest suitable insoles for you. ​ Bespoke Devices ​ To relieve and reduce pressure points we can create bespoke devices that can assist and help alleviate pain. ​ Specialist podiatry consultation and diagnosis available for alleviation of pain from plantar fasciitis, corns and more complex conditions of the foot. It is quite common to introduce a resolution to your problem within the initial consultation. We listen to you and work to find the best solution for your needs. Book Now

  • Site Map Deva Podiatry Foot Clinic Chester

    DEVA PODIATRY foot health clinic chester. - SITE MAP - GOLD STANDARD - BEST PRACTICE - PODIATRY PUT YOUR FEET IN SAFE HANDS With our qualified podiatrist chiropodist Home Treatments About Testimonials Book Search Results Blog Ingrown Toenail & Surgery FAQ Verruca Treatment Deva Podiatry Fungal Toenail Treatment (LACUNA METHOD) 10 Reasons To Choose A Podiatrist Search

  • Treatments at Deva Podiatry Foot Clinic Chester

    Specialist Treatments at Deva podiatry foot CLINIC CHESTER Our modern ground floor clinic offers ample free parking and is easily located at 7 Manor Road, Westminster Park, Chester, CH4 7QW . Click through to the google map on our bookings page. Take Me To Google Maps Initial Podiatry /Chiropody Assessment & First Treatment £65 Initial Assessment & First Treatment ​ Book Now Because your feet are unique,your first appointment at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, Chester, will consist of an extensive foot and lower limb assessment with a Podiatrist who will listen attentively to your specific foot complaints. We will take your full medical history and details of any medications that you take. We need this information as certain medical conditions and medications can have an impact on your foot health. ​ We will complete a full examination of the foot and lower limb.Your circulation will be tested using a doppler machine. A number of other non invasive tests are carried out . These assessments give us a clear understanding of your general foot and lower limb health, think of it as a foot MOT. This allows us to tailor your treatments to your individual needs. ​ The assessment will give facts and evaluation regarding your current foot and lower limb status. If required , we can forward our findings to your GP. You will be talked through the findings and any questions you have will be answered in a clear and friendly manner. ​ This assessment is combined with an initial treatment of routine podiatry including toenail cutting, hard skin and corn removal and advising on any other foot conditions that may be present. ​ To offer best practice podiatry it is our belief that an initial appointment should be allocated an appropriate amount of clinician time. All initial assessments are allocated up to 1 hour of time . Feedback from patients on this is encouraging with many citing the 1 hour time slot as highly beneficial in the post Covid-19 world. Routine Standard Podiatry/ Chiropody £48 Routine Standard Podiatry/ Chiropody Book Now For those who have already had an initial assessment treatments range from nail cutting and corn and callous removal through to thickened nails, dry skin and advice on skin and nail conditions. This treatment is considered essential for those wanting to maintain good foot health. ​ Many patients opt for continuing foot health management as they have recurring factors. Here at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic we offer flexible solutions to your ongoing foot health issues. Some patients return every 4-6 weeks and others find that with a degree of self management they may need to return once or twice a year. Many are surprised to discover that under appropriate management they can extend the time between clinic appointments! ​ At Deva Podiatry we promote best practice modern podiatry. We work with you and for you. Quality time slots to carry out considered podiatry treatments and frequency of return to clinic discussed with you. This is what our patients highlight as a benefit of treatment at Deva Podiatry. Nail Surgery (Following Podiatrist Consultation) £385 for one nail. Additional nails £150. Includes 3 aftercare appointments Book Now Nail Surgery (subject to assessment)​ If you have long-term issues with ingrowing/unsightly nails or a persistent fungal nail infection you may be suitable for nail surgery. It is a very simple procedure performed under a local anaesthetic where we remove all or a part of the nail, usually followed by the application of a chemical to prevent the regrowth of the problem nail. If a decision is taken to commence nail surgery an appointment is rescheduled for you and the clinic is prepared to ensure that the surgery is carried out within a dedicated and sterile environment. A range of sterile nail surgery specific instruments and equipment is used for the procedure. We provide a full and detailed information pack with after care guidance. Please be aware that under statutory regulations insurance to drive is void post-surgery and it is recommended that you make suitable arrangements to be collected from the clinic. We further advise that full rest is taken for at least 24 hours post-surgery and that the leg (or legs) are elevated for at least 24 hours to ensure good healing. Post-Surgery It is our aim to ensure the very best practice in after care. Therefore, as part of the treatment plan we offer a further 3 follow up appointments. At intervals of 1-2 days, 5-7 days and 10-14 days post-surgery. At each appointment the dressings will be removed, and the wound assessed for progress before further new dressings are applied. After this period and subject to agreement with the patient the wound is then self-managed by the patient. ​ Here at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic Chester, we believe in providing you with as much detail as possible to help you make decisions on what for many can be traumatic or sensitive issues. We are happy to publish our price structure and in addition throughout the website we have included sections that explain in detail the full nail surgery process. You can find out more by clicking here . Alternatively you can read our blog posts on nail surgery here ​ Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, Chester. Where your feet are in safe hands. Anchor 2 Fungal Nail Fenestration ( The Lacuna Method ) £65 Initial Consultation Book Now Fungal Nail Fenestration ( The Lacuna Method) ​ Up to 60% of the population suffer to some degree with Onychomycosis or more commonly known as Fungal Nail Infection.Consulting with a Podiatrist and proactively engaging in a course of treatment can clinically cure fungal nail infection. Up to 60% of the population suffer to some degree with Onychomycosis or more commonly known as Fungal Nail Infection. Clinical evidence now shows that consulting with a Podiatrist and proactively engaging in a course of treatment can clinically cure fungal nail infection. How Can Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic Help You? A consultation appointment is booked an optional in clinic diagnostic test is carried out. This will test for the presence of dermatophyte fungal infection. If the test positively identifies Onychomycosis you will be advised on your suitability for a course of treatment. The cost of this initial session is £65 and £49 for the optional test.Further sessions are charged at £65 per session. Course of Treatment An initial treatment plan consists of 4 appointments spaced out over a four to six month period at intervals of 4 to 6 weeks. The growth rate of a nail in recovery is around 1-2mm a month. Changes in the condition of treated nails can be identified and recorded at each of the sessions. The Treatment The condition of all nails is recorded and charted. Photographs of affected nails are taken. This enables us to record progress at each stage of the treatment. The level of onychomycosis in the nail is determined by using a formula called the Onychomycosis Index. We are then able to develop your treatment plan. The Procedure Following examination and identification of the nails to be treated, the procedure will commence. Your podiatrist will drill into the affected nail with a series of micro surgical drills. This procedure is carried out without the need for anaesthetic. The micro holes created give a superb opportunity for the nail bed to be treated directly by sandwiching the active ingredient Terbinafine between the nail and the nail bed allowing direct penetration of the area infected with the fungus. The number of holes drilled is dependent on the area of nail affected and can vary from 3 to 5 holes surrounding an “island” of fungus in the middle of a satisfactory nail to as many as 25 holes in a nail which is severely affected by fungal nail infection. The next stage is to hygienically extract the dust from the surface of the nail, before spraying the nail with Terbinafine. Terbinafine in spray form has proven successful in clearing the source of the fungal nail infection from the nail bed. The procedure is then repeated for the remaining treatments on the course. ​ Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic have managed numerous fungal nail fenestration treatments to patient satisfaction. We are happy to publish our pricing structure for the process. ​ You can find out more information at our dedicated Lacuna Method page by clicking here ​ Or visit the Deva Podiatry blog here where you will find articles and discussion from ourselves and respected Podiatrists and Chiropodists on the treatment of fungal nail. Podiatrist Managed Verrucae Treatment (Various Methods) £65 Initial Consultation. Prices vary depending on treatment method. Contact Us ​ Seeking Professional Help for Verrucae Whilst verrucae may disappear on their own, they can quickly become troublesome, spreading to other areas of your feet, growing larger, and often becoming painful. Seeking professional help from a podiatrist can help you clear up your verrucae more quickly. We recommend visiting us here at Deva Podiatry if your verruca is painful, has spread, multiplied, altered in appearance, or if it’s restricting you in your daily activities. Causes Of Verrucae Verrucae are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), a highly contagious virus. The virus thrives in moist, damp environments, such as changing room floors, swimming pools and communal showers. You can catch the virus simply by walking on the same floor as an infected person, which is why it’s so common amongst children and people who regularly attend swimming pools and gyms. Verrutop Verrucae Treatment ​ We are delighted to introduce Verrutop to the clinic. An EU approved treatment that is suitable for treatment of adults and children of 6 years of age and over. Visit the dedicated pages that explain the treatment in detail by clicking here Acid Treatment Clinical acid treatments are much stronger than the branded products you buy from a pharmacy. They are used to disrupt the virus and cause inflammation provoking your body to make an immune response. This type of treatment usually requires several sessions. The procedure itself is painless, however some people feel a little discomfort 2 to 3 days later when the acid starts to work. Verrucae Needling Verruca needling is a minor surgical procedure that’s carried out under local anaesthetic. It involves puncturing the verruca multiple times using a fine, sterile needle. This treatment pushes the virus into the dermis allowing the body’s immune system to recognise and destroy the virus. An advantage of Verruca needling is that it usually only requires a single treatment. I n a small percentage of cases a further treatment may be required. ​ We can not guarantee that every verrucae treatment will be 100% successful, but we can guarantee that we will be honest in offering the most suitable treatment for each individual patient, giving you the most up to date information available and discussing different courses of treatment will ensure that you are always fully informed of the processes. ​ Orthotics & Other Specialist Podiatry Chiropody £65 Initial Consultation. Contact Us Orthotics ​ We have a range of orthotic insoles available in clinic. Following a consultation appointment with our lead podiatrist recommendations are made and suitable insoles can be supplied to you. ​ Bespoke Devices ​ To relieve and reduce pressure points we can create bespoke devices that can assist and help alleviate pain. Our experience with the skeletal composition coupled with many years clinical experience of bespoke manufacturing of aids can bring about suitable remedy. ​ The foot is a very complex component of the body. Over our lifetime various factors can combine to place huge pressures on our feet and lower limbs. A podiatrist is highly trained to specialise in this field of medicine. ​ There are many complications to the lower foot. Some develop gradually over a long period of time; others arrive almost overnight. An online search or inappropriate advice from a foot health practitioner, or an assistant in the foot-care aisle at the supermarket can in some circumstances aggravate your condition. When you consult with a podiatrist you get appropriate advice. If the condition is determined to be outside of our scope, we will explain why and in such circumstances are able to refer you on to a specialist in other fields of medicine. Contact our podiatrist today -for all your podiatry needs. ​ Plantar Fasciitis & Other conditions of the foot ​ We use our knowledge to identify and diagnose conditions that are impacting on your foot health. There are many aggravating conditions of the foot that a Podiatrist can advise on. ​ Orthotics are a solution for some.For others the findings of an assesment may point towards gentle rehabilitation through detailed foot health exercise programmes.We can offer a range of solutions dependent on the findings of your consultation and in full consultation with you. ​

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