Foot Health Care
in Cheltenham and Stafford
in Cheltenham and Stafford
I’m Michael Reilly, a mobile foot health practitioner based in Stafford covering many areas of Staffordshire and Gloucestershire. I offer mobile foot care, low level laser light therapy, orthotics and remedial lower limb massage in Staffordshire and Gloucestershire.
- Low Level Laser Light Therapy
A safe and painless treatment that's fully researched and evidence based, low level laser light therapy uses low power laser light to aid your body’s natural healing. I use this treatment for conditions like wounds, scars, wrinkles, bone repair, ulcers, tendinitis and plantar fasciitis. As an acupuncture medium it can treat addictions and pain syndromes like fibromyalgia or trigeminal nerve pain. So if you could benefit from low level laser light therapy I can visit you in Staffordshire or Gloucestershire.
- Foot Health Care
Whatever you need, from having your toenails cut to treating verrucas, fungal nail infections, corns or calluses, I give your feet the care and attention they deserve.
- Custom Made Orthotics
I can assess your feet and posture, and have bespoke corrective insoles made for you, which reduce pain and pressure caused by structural problems.
- Remedial Lower Limb Massage
I use remedial lower limb massage to help reduce pain and speed up healing for conditions like lymphodema, strains, sprains and sports injuries.
Foot care at home in Cheltenham and Stafford
Life is busy and when you have foot health issues it can be difficult to travel to appointments. So I bring the foot care to you. As a foot health care professional I treat you at home in many areas of Gloucestershire and Staffordshire, relieving pain and leaving you feeling healthier and relaxed.
Look after your feet and they’ll look after you
Feet are complicated machines and we expect a lot from them. When a foot is injured or out of alignment, the pain can travel up your spine, causing your back and even your neck to feel sore. Orthotics may help bring your feet and posture back to normal and pain free. You may find it difficult to reach your feet or trim tough nails yourself. I attend to routine nail trimming, hard skin removal, paring corns and moisturising skin. I can spot problems in your feet and prevent a problem getting worse. If your feet are causing you pain or discomfort then your quality of life and mobility suffer. Foot health practitioners are professional foot care people who can keep you on your feet. If you've been thinking that you ought to get a foot problem sorted then it's time to give me a call.
Proper foot care will keep your feet healthy, relieve knee, leg and foot pain, and help with the effects of conditions like diabetes and lymphodema.
The power of your feet
Your feet can be the key to improving your overall wellbeing. With my help as a foot health practitioner, your feet work to heal you from the ground up.
Treatments such as Remedial Lower Limb Massage, low level laser light therapy and acu-laser use the power of your feet to make you feel healthier, restoring mobility and improving quality of life. If you are struggling to manage diabetes I can help keep you on your feet. We often fail to look further than the feet. Conditions like peripheral vascular disease may go unnoticed even though that ulcer has resolved. You might get leg pain when walking that a short rest relieves. A simple doppler test might sign post a heart problem. My Masced training might suggest you need that angry mole on your skin checked out by a medical practitioner. If you need to beat an addiction LLLT can help. Many points on the feet (hands and ears too) are used to influence the body as a whole and improve a wide variety of conditions.
Contact me for an appointment in Cheltenham or Stafford
I can visit you at home in many areas of Gloucestershire or Staffordshire at a time when it's convenient for you. Contact me to make an appointment or ask me about foot health care, orthotics, lower limb remedial massage or low level laser light therapy.
Did you know...
15% of people with diabetes will develop foot ulceration during their diabetic life and, at any one time, 5% of the population of the UK will have a foot ulcer. Many ulcers heal quickly but some fail to respond and lead to amputation. Diabetic patients are between 15 and 20 times more likely to come to a major amputation than patients without diabetes. So trimming corns, dealing with small breaks in the skin and caring for your feet are so important. If your feet are at risk from neuropathy and or ischaemia, then you might need my help.