Podiatry / Chiropody

Podiatry / Chiropody

About Us

Who We Are & What We Do

AJB Foot-care Clinics are run by AJB Podiatry Ltd owned by Andrew & Jill Booth.

Andrew qualified in 1986 from the Northern School of Chiropody and spent a number of years working for the NHS and privately.

In 2011 I formed AJB Podiatry Ltd and now have practices throughout North Shropshire.

Jill is a Foot Health Professional , qualified at SMAE in 2015. Since then she has undergone training in nail reconstruction, biomechanics, Clearanail and continues to expand her qualifications to enhance the treatments we can offer at our clinic

We Can Help You With:

  • Routine Corn / callus (hard skin) removal
    •Nail Trimming, whether thickened, in growing or fungal infected
    •Advice on dry/moist skin
     •Heel pain
    •Low level Laser for Plantar Fasciitis, Ligament / muscle /soft tissue damage
    •Diabetic and Neurovascular checks
    •Verucca treatments : We offer the most extensive range of treatment in the county Cryotherapy /dry needling / SWIFT microwave
    Fungal Nail treatment
    Nail Surgery
    •Biomechanical assessments and Orthotics

SWIFT Verrucae Treatment

Introducing Swift® Microwave Therapy for Warts and Verrucae

Struggling to treat painful or long standing Verruca?
Developed in the UK, Swift microwave technology is an exciting next generation verruca treatment. At AJB Footcare we are amongst only a handful of clinics in the UK to offer this treatment.

What is Swift?
Swift is a brand new concept that uses microwave energy to treat verruca’s in a very controlled and precise way. It is the most effective treatment for verrucae available. Treatment only takes up to 5 seconds per verruca

CLEARANAIL Fungal Nail Treatment

We are one of the few clinics in Shropshire to treat fungal nails using a revolutionary treatment CLEARANAIL

CLEARANAIL is a painless treatment that involves micro penetration of the infected nail, very precise 0.4mm holes are made in the nail plate allowing the impermeable structure of the nail to be made permeable, taking seconds to produce these precise holes allow the antifungal spray to reach the problem area quickly and much more effectively.

 

Andrew Booth