Opening Hours : Devon Square Podiatry is Open



01626 354507 email contact

Our telephone is manned by a receptionist most of the time, but an answer machine will be available for callers during out of office hours.

Please feel free to discuss your foot problems over the phone – telephone consultations (time permitting) are free.


  • Access to the surgery is available from 8.45 am onwards.
  • Appointments are available at half hourly intervals from Monday to Friday.
  • Late appointments are available between 5.30 pm and 6.30 pm
  • Lunchtime appointments are available.

Devon Square Podiatry is a long established, professional podiatry practice. Our practitioners are fully qualified professionals and are registered with The Health and Care Professions Council and are members of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.

  • History Taking
  • Examination
  • Diagnosis
  • A treatment based on these
comfortable waiting area

Terms and Conditions:


Our terms are that treatment is paid for in cash or by card at the end of the appointment. Separate terms are available for patients undergoing a course of treatment – your podiatrist will advise you.


Wherever possible, please give us as much notice as you can if you cannot keep an appointment – this will enable us to allocate your time to another patient. Unfortunately, if you give us less than 24 hours notice (and we can not re-allocate the time) we will have have to charge you a half fee.

Treatments Provided

by Devon Square Podiatry

General Chiropody

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Nail Surgery

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Heel Pain

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Diabetic Footcare

If you have been diagnosed by your doctor as having diabetes then you will almost certainly have been advised that […]