The Mason Clinic - Your No. 1 Centre for Podiatry in the Medway Region of Kent

Podiatry Medway - Understanding Podiatry

Podiatry is a fast evolving healthcare profession concerned with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of lower limb and foot injuries, diseases and abnormalities. The foot is a highly complex structure, comprising 26 bones and together the feet make up over a quarter of the bones in the adult body! So like any complex mechanism feet are prone to mechanical problems and benefit from regular maintenance.

“As you know I was training for the London Marathon when I was struck down over Christmas with the most excruciating pain in the arch of my right foot. I really thought my chances were over. However thanks to your wonderful treatment I was literally back up and running again within a couple of weeks. I had never heard of plantar fasciitis before but now I can even pronounce it! Thanks to you I was able to complete the race in 3 hours 47 minutes.”
Jenny Campbell, Chatham
“I would just like to thank you for the excellent work you have carried out to ‘repair me’. Since you supplied my orthotic insoles, the pain in my right knee has disappeared completely. This after three years of non-stop suffering. I really can’t thank you enough and can whole heartedly recommend your services to everyone. Best regards.”
Richard Cunningham, Maidstone

Podiatry Medway - Chiropody or Podiatry?

There is often confusion between what is a ‘podiatrist’ and a ‘chiropodist’ but they are the same. The word ‘chiropody’, in use since the 1700’s with regards to footcare specialists, is actually a misnomer. It derives from the Greek ‘chiro’ meaning ‘hand’ and ‘pous’ meaning foot (plural ‘podes’). In the US, ‘chiropody’ was used until 1958 when it was officially changed to ‘podiatry.’ Now ‘podiatrist’ is becoming universally adopted.

Do you have a foot problem?

If so, call us today on Chatham 01634 842 583 to arrange an appointment to see one of our podiatrists.

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Podiatry Medway - Podiatry at The Mason Clinic

Podiatry Medway - Podiatry for Maidstone, Chatham, Rochester and other Medway townsOur expert podiatrists treat a variety of conditions. From simple procedures such as nail cutting and corn removal, dermatology issues – e.g. verrucae  and fungal nail infections through to nail surgery under local anaesthetic. We carry out biomechanical assessments and remedial treatment to cure conditions such as bad backs brought on by improper foot/walking motions.

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Treatment Room - The Mason Clinic - Podiatry Medway

  • Comfortable treatment rooms
  • Eve & Sat appointments
  • Free parking
  • Covered by major insurance companies

Podiatry Medway - Conditions Commonly Treated

Our podiatrists provide a wide range of treatment. If you don’t see your problem listed below then please ask. Call Chatham 01634 842 583 to speak to one of our experts.

  • General Podiatry including Verrucae, Corns, Calluses, Fungal Infections (inc Athlete’s Foot), etc.
  • Foot, Leg & Back Pains
  • Toe Nail Problems & Toe Nail Surgery
  • Heel & Forefoot Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Knee Pains & Flat Feet
  • Foot Skin Infections & Disorders
  • Gait & Posture Analysis
  • Hammer Toe
  • Bunions & Toe Deformities
  • Neuroma
  • Ankle Sprains & Strains
  • Biomechanical Assessments
  • Pregnancy Related Feet Problems
  • Orthoses / Orthotics (Insoles)
  • Stress Fractures
  • “Shin Splints” (Anterior Compartment Syndrome)
  • “Growing Pains”
  • Arthritis Problems of the Lower Limb
  • Diabetes Foot Care
  • Footwear Advice

We Are Conveniently Situated

Podiatry Medway – The Mason Clinic is ideally situated for patients living in the Medway region.

  • Maidstone – 5 miles
  • Sittingbourne – 10 miles
  • Rochester – 2 miles
  • Gravesend – 9 miles
  • Gillingham – 3 miles
  • Chatham – 1 mile
  • Aylesford – 5 miles
  • Walderslade – 2 miles
  • West Malling – 9 miles
  • M20 junction 6 – 5 Miles
  • M2 junction 3 – 2 miles


Podiatry Medway – Our podiatrists are registered with their respective governing authorities.