the Foot Clinic is a family-run Chiropody & Podiatry practice that has been treating feet for over 25 years

First established by Janet Leggett in 2000, the clinic has now been passed down to her nephew, Nathan Leggett during 2020.

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the foot clinic 65A High Street Aldershot GU111BY

Outside the foot clinic

A modern, purpose-built commercial unit that has been extensively re-designed into a foot care clinic.

Situated on the High Street, Aldershot, with direct same-level street access from the road and pavement. This makes parking and walking to the foot clinic a breeze.

Electronic door entry enables you to gain access to reception early so you can rest before your appointment starts.

The clinic can be found on the High Street, opposite the multi-storey car park. Parking can be easily found on the street or in the car parks nearby.

The foot clinic in Aldershot is wheelchair accessible.

Interior image of the foot clinic Aldershot, Hampshire.

Inside the foot clinic

Purposely redesigned to be a modern and high-quality foot care clinic. This foot care practice boasts two treatment rooms with adjustable couches to allow you to be as comfortable as possible while we tend to your foot care needs.

The treatment areas are disinfected between each patient and sterilisation of instruments used for Podiatry, Chiropody and Foot Health services is done on-site. This allows us to care for your feet in a clean and safe environment and keep the risk of infection to an absolute minimum.

The town of Aldershot, Hampshire

Wellington Statue Aldershot

Aldershot is a town located in the county of Hampshire in southern England. It has a population of around 37,000 people and is situated in the northeastern part of the county, close to the border with Surrey.

Aldershot is perhaps best known for its strong military connections. It has been home to a large British Army garrison since the mid-19th century, and is considered to be the “Home of the British Army”. The town also hosts a number of military museums, including the Aldershot Military Museum and the Army Medical Services Museum.

Aside from its military history, Aldershot has a rich cultural heritage, with a number of historic buildings and landmarks. These include the 12th-century St. Michael’s Church, the Victorian-era Wellington Statue, and the Aldershot Observatory, which was built in 1856 and is one of the oldest working observatories in the UK.

Aldershot is also home to a number of parks and green spaces, including Aldershot Park, which is a popular destination for picnics and leisure activities. The town is well-connected by road and rail, with easy access to the M3 motorway and regular train services to London and other major cities in the region.

Overall, Aldershot is a town with a proud military history and a strong sense of community. It offers a range of cultural and leisure activities and is a popular destination for visitors and residents alike.

Patients often travel from Fleet, Farnham and Farnborough areas to the Foot Clinic Aldershot to have issues such as callus, hard skin, ingrowing nails and corns removed.

Foot Health and Chiropody in Aldershot and surrounding areas such as Farnham, Fleet and Farnborough.

We are pleased to treat people with foot-related issues, not just in the Aldershot area, but we often see people from surrounding areas. Patients who see Chiropodists in Farnham or Chiropodists in Fleet or Farnborough are welcome to visit our Foot Clinic. Patients from Fleet, Farnham and Farnborough often travel to see our Podiatrist and Foot Health Practitioner for issues such as corns, callus, hard skin and to have their nails cut.