Hello! We are a new friendly clinic, based in Tarporley, Cheshire, established in 2020.
My name is Eloise and I am the podiatrist here at Caton Podiatry. I am trained to degree level to offer a medical, professional foot health service. I am trained to diagnose, manage and treat foot ailments. I am both insured and regulated by the College of Podiatry and The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
A little about me, I have a little boy (Albie), and 2 chocolate Labradors (Millie and Crackers). The reason I chose podiatry is because it is a profession where I can offer so much help to patients. Seeing improvements after just one visit reminds me every time why I chose it. So, as you can imagine, I’m pretty happy for the majority of the day because I can hand on heart say, I love my job and I love providing care to people.
The clinic I want to offer to people is a happy, clean, safe environment. One where we can leave the worries of the world outside, and focus on providing a professional service that will keep you on your feet and pain free!
Since I graduated from Salford University, I have worked in private practice. I have enjoyed getting to know my patients and being able to ensure I can offer above and beyond care to them. I feel having a little place of my own, that reflects me, is a wonderful surrounding for the new patients that wish to come and visit me.
My sole aim is to ensure happiness, health and wellness in my patients.
Monday – 8am – 6pm / Home visits
Tuesday – 8:30am – 12pm
Wednesday – Closed
Thursday – 8:30am – 5pm
Friday – 8am – 8pm
Saturday – By appointment only
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