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David Good BSc (Hons) MCPod MFPM RCPS(Glas) graduated from the University of Southampton with honours degree. He is registered with the Health Professions Council and is a member of the College of Podiatry.
Further to these registrations David is a member of the faculty of podiatric medicine at the royal college of physicians and surgeons Glasgow. To attain this status individuals have to have a minimum of five years post HCPC clinical practice experience who have made significant contributions to podiatric medicine.
As well as offering home visits around Camberley, he is the Clinical Manager at The Footcare Centre in Weybridge and has clinics there on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. On Wednesday mornings David holds a clinic in Chobham for Weyside Podiatry.
For extra assurance those persons that are vulnerable and/or have a disability David has a clean criminal record which is supported by a Criminal Records Bureau certificate. Good’s Podiatry & Footcare was established in 2005.
Podiatrists (previously known as Chiropodists) diagnose and treat abnormalities of the lower limb. They give professional advice on the prevention of foot problems and on proper care of the foot. Patients will be of all ages from infants to the elderly. The main aim of a Chiropodist/Podiatrist is to assess, diagnose and treat abnormalities and diseases of the lower limb.
The old fashioned idea that ‘Chiropody’ was merely cutting old ladies toenails is long since gone, modern chiropodists are podiatrists and treat every age and foot problem. Children through to their late teens will be advised on footcare and footwear, whilst minor problems e.g. ingrowing toenails can be cured. Young adults, including athletes of all sports, will be given suitable advice and may be fitted with bespoke orthoses which are long term, custom-made insoles, to modify and correct postural imbalances of the feet, legs and back.
Please note: Your first appointment will take extra time as an initial assessment needs to be carried out to ensure safe treatment, also patient records need to be completed.