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All our podiatrists regularly attend conference seminars. We continually aim to expand on our knowledge as well as keeping up to date with new methods of treatment. This enables us to provide the best evidence-based treatment plan and advice for our patients.
Who We Are?
At Acorn we pride ourselves in providing friendly foot care services from simple corns, ingrown toenails and verrucae treatments to more complex biomechanical issues causing joint or muscular pains.
Our surgeries are conveniently located throughout South Wales with easy access and within city/town centres along high streets. Our focus is aimed at making you aware of the problems that are associated with your feet and helping to devise a treatment plan that is suitable, effective and suited to your needs.
Came with a very painful ingrown nail and the treatment provided was outstanding. Experienced little to no pain at all. Thank you.
Best treatment ever received from Acorn Sports Podiatry. Competent, caring, professional. Wonderful care from all of the podiatrists.
Very pleased with the treatment provided and the advice on foot care. Thank you.
We have been established for 30 years within South Wales with multiple clinics in various locations. Our fully qualified podiatrists have 40 years of combined experience and are registered with the Health Care Professional Council and insured by the College of Podiatry. Our aim at Acorn Sports Podiatry is to listen to your ailments and help to devise a treatment plan catered to your individual needs. As well as this we like to treat our patients in a courteous, professional and friendly manner, offering foot care and footwear advice
The human foot has the ability to support the weight of the whole body, adapt to many different terrains and walk you around the world 5 times within a lifetime – it has a universal function. This can lead to a number of different conditions. At Acorn we commonly come across a variety of conditions that we treat such as: hard skin, corns (as well as neurovascular corns), ingrown toenails (conservatively and surgically) verrucae/warts, joint and muscular pains.