Diabetes Care

Diabetes can have a significant impact on the feet. The most common issues are reduction in blood supply and nerve function, which can in turn lead to vulnerability to infection, altered foot shape, pain, tissue damage and ulceration. Thankfully with careful blood sugar control and good podiatry care many of these problems can be avoided or effectively treated (either in-clinic or via specialist referral).
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Collington Podiatry your local podiatrist in Brighton and Hove recommends an annual diabetes foot health assessment that includes vascular, neurological and musculo-skeletal testing; as well as regular skin and nail care if required.

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Our Treatments

Collington Podiatry is committed to careful evidence-based medical practice,
so please feel free to contact us to discuss any of our treatments
(or others you may have read about online) in more depth.
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Visiting Collington Podiatry

Some of my patients tell me that they didn’t know what to expect before visiting a podiatrist, or even that they felt nervous about it. Happily, podiatry appointments are a very comfortable and easy experience! On your first visit we undertake a foot health assessment, which involves an understanding of your general health, so it is useful to bring a list of any medication you may be taking. It would also be helpful to bring any shoes you regularly wear, as the wear-patterns provide useful information about your feet and walking-style.

Our Aim

Every treatment is explained beforehand, and undertaken very gently. The clinic is airy, modern, and fully equipped to the highest quality. The whole experience should be very relaxing and leave you feeling as if you are ‘walking on air’.


We remain open throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

- Please call to postpone your appointment if you, or any member of your household has any symptoms of Covid-19, or if you are self-isolating.
- There will be a gap between appointments in order for the clinic to be thoroughly cleaned, and to minimise crossover in the waiting room, so if possible, please do not arrive early for your appointment.
- Your podiatrist will be wearing full PPE, and the clinic will be clean and ventilated.