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St Ives Chiropody & Podiatry
Foot Care Clinic
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St Ives
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The Foot Care Clinic
52 Long Lane
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Meet your Podiatrist / Chiropodist

Mr. F. Kaseem Javed BSc(Hons). Podiatry, SRCh. MChS.
Kaseem graduated in 1999 from University College Northampton with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in 'Podiatry'. He has twelve years experience working both for the NHS and privately and has gained much experience in a wide variety of clinical specialisms including: nail surgery; biomechanics; sports injuries; diabetes; rheumatology; and paediatrics.

In 2007 Kaseem began working privately as St. Ives Chiropody & Podiatry.

The average person walks the equivalent of five times around the Earth in a lifetime, and when running, around ten times your body weight in pressure is put through your joints. At 'St.Ives Chiropody & Podiatry' State Registered Chiropodist/Podiatrist Mr. Kaseem Javed BSc (Hons). SRCh. MChS. takes the business of foot care very seriously. Podiatrists (Chiropodist means the same) are highly skilled professionals trained to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate abnormal and painful conditions of the feet and lower limbs.

Mrs Casey A. Javed BSc (Hons) Podiatry. SRCh. MChS.
Casey qualified in 2001 from University College Northampton with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in podiatry. She worked for the NHS gaining experience in diabetes care, rheumatology, biomechanics and nail surgery, before moving to the private sector and working for Boots Healthcare. For the past 7 years she has been practice manager for St. Ives Chiropody & Podiatry, although she is now also working as a practising podiatrist for the clinic and also doing home visits.

She is married, with 3 children and enjoys running in her spare time, having completed several 10k races and a half marathon. Casey takes your foot health very seriously, and at St. Ives Chiropody & Podiatry each and every foot condition is treated empathically and in confidence to keep you pain free and mobile.

What we do.
There are a wide variety of treatments offered at 'St.Ives Chiropody & Podiatry' to encompass every aspect of foot health. So from general care such as corns, calluses and toe nail cutting to in-growing toenails, verrucae, and shin splints, you know you are in safe hands. We welcome all ages, children to pensioners.

As Podiatrists, Kaseem and Casey also deals with many sporty people, athletes and dancers, whose activities have taken a toll on their feet. Good treatment and advice means they can continue with their passion without the distraction of painful feet and legs.

Always check that your podiatrist is HCPC / State Registered to be certain they have had the right level of training. (Would you consult a GP who was not qualified and registered?)

Appointments have been re-structured to allow more consultation and treatment time with each client, thus allowing the highest quality of care. You can be sure your foot health problems will be treated empathetically and in confidence at 'St.Ives Chiropody & Podiatry'.

St. Ives Chiropody & Podiatry is located in the picturesque market town of St. Ives, Cambridgeshire. Known for its appealing views across the River Ouse and being steeped in history, as the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, St. Ives is well worth the visit. Market days are Mondays, with a Famers' market on Fridays, and larger markets on bank holidays.
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