Templeogue Chiropody Clinic
30 Glendown Park, Templeogue, Dublin 6w.

Kenneth Johnston MChSI, BSc. Podiatry,Dip. Pod. Med. M Inst.Chp • Mobile : 087 1624581
Anne Johnston
MChSI, BSc. Podiatry,Dip. Pod. Med. M Inst.Chp • Mobile : 087 6572707

'More then 50 years combined experience in Chiropody and Podiatry'
Experienced Foot Care

• BSc in Podiatric Medicine from Sunderland University
• Practical training from the SMAE Institute
• Bio-mechanic Training and Diploma from the SMAE Institute
• Diploma in Minor Surgeries from Glasgow Caledonian University
• Member of the Irish Society of Chiropodists
• Registered and Practicing with the HSE
Complete Foot Care by Templeogue Chiropody Clinic

Are you experiencing foot problems or problems with your legs, back or neck? It's possible that you need to see a Chiropodist / Podiatrist. Small problems like ingrown toenails, corns, or a slight problem in your gait can affect your entire body.

Proper treatment of these issues through chiropody, podiatry or orthotics can greatly reduce related pain throughout your body, increase your quality of life and even increase your athletic performance.

Contact our surgery today to see how our experience in treating maladies of the feet and lower limb can get you back on your feet and feeling great!
Common Foot Problems

• Athlete's foot
A common skin infection of the bottom of the feet caused by fungus. When the feet or other areas of the body stay moist, warm, and become irritated, fungus can thrive and infect the upper layers of the skin.
• Blisters
Blisters are small swelling of the skin that contains watery fluid. They are caused by friction.
• Corn or Callus
Corns and calluses are one of the most common problems seen by Podiatrists. They can occur on any part of the foot and vary in symptoms from a mild callus under the foot, to an infected ulcer that can develop under a corn on a toe.
• Ingrown Toenail
An ingrown toenail occurs when the edge of the nail grows down and into the skin of the toe. There may be pain, redness, and swelling around the nail.
• Planter Warts
Warts are the most common viral infection of the skin. Plantar warts grow on the plantar surface, or the sole, of the foot.
Email - info@dublinfootclinic.com