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New Podiatrist Surgery, PodMed Podiatry, Opens its Doors in Cardiff

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A new Podiatrist surgery is set to open its doors on Cathedral Road, Pontcanna. Offering a wealth of services, PodMed Podiatry promises ‘the best care possible’, with lead podiatrist, Priten Chohan-Solanki, eager to unveil the refurbished surgery. Situated in the beautiful surroundings of Pontcanna, PodMed Podiatry aims to reflect the stunning area inside the surgery, working with a modern design that prevails a professional yet charming ambiance.

Understanding that our feet and legs support us in all of our daily duties, whether we are working professionals, busy mums or children, the new surgery is centred on that welcoming feel, extending their services to all.

Offering various treatments, PodMed Podiatry is supported by a team of professionals, all committed to the health and well-being of their much-valued clients. Talking of the launch, Priten Chohan-Solanki says: 

“We are incredibly excited to open PodMed Podiatry this week. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all who have helped us in getting the surgery to where it is today. We thoroughly look forward to opening the doors and treating clients from 18th April 2017″.

Sympathising with the need to accommodate all types of clients, PodMed Podiatry will be offering evening appointments on request, ensuring all clients can be seen as and when they need to be.

Services at the surgery will include: 

  • Toenail Treatments Care
  • Calluses and Corns
  • Diabetes foot health assessment and advice
  • Musculoskeletal (Biomechanincal) Assessment
  • Orthotic (insole) Prescription
  • Minor Surgical Procedures (Nail surgery and Verrucae)
  • Neurological Assessment

In addition to the above, PodMed Podiatry will also be offering home visits, doing all they can to accommodate clients and work around them. With community and family sewn through the seams of the company, the Chohan-Solanki family have just welcomed a baby, wanting to use their experiences as parents to help others.

Talking of parenthood, Priten Chohan-Solanki says: 

“I came to realise that one of the first fears parents face is cutting their baby’s finger and toe nails.  The prospect of cutting an infants nails is daunting, using a sharp implement like scissors or clippers near their delicate skin.  With over a decade of experience in Paediatric footcare, I can show you techniques and provide advice to help you use the safest way to do this and alleviate your fears.”

“To help all parents out there we held at PodMed Podiatry have arranged a FREE session at Maes-Y-Coed Community Centre on Monday 27th March at 11.30am.”

PodMed Podiatry will be hosting a launch party on the 12th April from 12.30pm, giving potential clients a warm welcome to the surgery. For more details on the launch, the treatments available and opening times, head over to their website today.