Alexandra Rulon-Miller BSc (Hons) Podiatry. MChS HPC registered

Treat My Feet - Alex Rulon-Miller - Professional & friendly podiatrist/chiropodist

07971 664984 or 01905 381324
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Alexandra Rulon-Miller

BSc (Hons) Podiatry. MChS HPC registered.

I am a Professional and friendly podiatrist/chiropodist offering a mobile/visiting service in the comfort of your own home as well as easily accessible clinic based appointments at:

Holy Oak Farm, Upton Snodsbury, Worcestershire, WR7 4NH

As of late summer (2017) I will now be located at: Holy Oak Farm, Upton Snodsbury, Worcester, WR7 4NH. Just off the A422 Worcester to Stratford road. I now have use of a lovely private treatment room in a barn conversion in the idyllic setting of Holy Oak Farm. There is ample free parking, a waiting area with WC facilities and ground floor access.

From Inkberrow

Take the A422 road to Worcester. Go past the Flyford Garage on your left. Come into Upton Snodsbury village and stay on the A422. Go past the Oak Pub on your left hand side, you will then see the Coventry Arms Pub on your Right hand side which is now closed. Turn left there towards Peopleton. Go up the bank and at the top turn left down the farm road, Holy Oak Farm. Follow the road down to the large car park on the left by the long brick barn in front of you. The entrance door in located on the long side of the barn facing the drive. There will be signs to guide you!

From Worcester

Take the A422 road to Stratford. Go through Broughton Hackett, past the March Hare pub on your Right. After you go over a small bridge the Coventry arms pub is on your left which has now closed down. Turn Right there towards Peopleton. Go up the bank and at the top turn left down the farm road, Holy Oak Farm. Follow the road down to the large car park on the left by the long brick barn in front of you. The entrance door in located on the long side of the barn facing the drive. There will be signs to guide you!

Foot care is crucial when you consider that the average person takes eight to ten thousand steps a day which, amongst other things, can cause all sorts of problems, from blisters and athletes foot, to verrucas and corns. As we age skin and body tissues looses their elasticity and joints become more prominent which can lead to debilitating painful lesions. Feet are often forgotten until they hurt but regular attention and early treatment can make all the difference. Certain medical conditions and medication can make your feet more prone to complications so seek advice and treatment from a HPC reg and BSc Hons podiatrist.