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Feet For Purpose

Chiropodist Podiatrist Visiting You At Home

Buckingham, Bicester, Aylesbury & Milton Keynes

(01296) 733775            nikki@feetforpurpose.co.uk

Nikki James D.Pod.M, S.R.Ch, M.Ch.&P.S

Health and Care Professions Council Registered

Health and Care Professions Council HCPC Registered
The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists

Welcome to Feet For Purpose

I’m Nikki James - a fully-qualified and very experienced Chiropodist - Podiatrist living near Buckingham in Buckinghamshire offering home visits.

I cover Buckingham, Bicester, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes and all areas in between.

I’m passionate about Foot Care - let’s face it - unlike shoes, we only get one pair of feet so
it’s vital we look after them properly.

So How Can I Help You

If you’ve found the Feet For Purpose website - chances are you're looking for a Chiropodist Podiatrist to treat your feet.

Everyone has busy lives these days so I bring your treatment to your home.

Please have a look around the website. Hopefully it’ll answer any questions you may have and if not, then please email or call me.

Check Out Your Medical Professional

Like all medical professional, Chiropodists Podiatrists must be registered and properly qualified.

Even if you’re not booking with Feet For Purpose today, I strongly advise you carry out these simple checks to make sure your feet are getting the best possible care.

The links to the appropriate governing bodies are at the top of every page so do make sure your Chiropodist Podiatrist is fully qualified.

Nikki James Podiatrist Chiropodist Covering Buckingham Bicester Aylesbury Milton Keynes
Area Covered By Feet For Purpose

Podiatrist? Chiropodist? What’s The Difference?

Podiatrist is the newer and more globally used term for a medical professions dealing with conditions of the feet.

Chiropodist is still a term used in the UK but much less so than it used to be a few years ago. To be a Podiatrist, the practitioner must

have completed a degree in Podiatric Medicine and also show that they are keeping all their knowledge up to date.