Welcome to
Waterford Foot Clinic

A family-owned and operated company
looking after all of your Chiropody and
Podiatry needs.

Here at our clinic in 1-2 Johnstown, Waterford, we offer complete footcare.  Our Waterford podiatrists and chiropodists provide a range of services.  From nail cutting and corn treatment, callous, cracked heels, nail problems and bunions to more specialised services, we’re here to get you back on your feet.  We also offer gait analysis and prescription orthotics, diabetic foot care/assessments, laser treatment for fungal nails infections and chairside orthoses for toe and foot deformities.  To supplement treatment, we stock medical footwear, specialist diabetes hosiery and recommended foot care products.

Meet The Team


Paul is our lead podiatrist and has a B.Sc. from Sunderland University and is a member of the Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. Paul is practising in the South East for over 20 years and has gained a wide range of experience in both private and public practice. Paul specializes in prescription orthoses/insoles using both his own expertise and the latest technology for gait assessment.


Sue is our clinic manager and is a qualified Foot Health Practitioner with a foundation degree in podiatry and post graduate degree in Diabetes. A member of the Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and practising in the Waterford area for over 10 years, Sue specialises in Diabetic foot care and lower limb assessments. Sue also looks after Lunula Laser treatment for fungal nails and Swift verrucae treatment.


Rebecca is our receptionist and office administrator. With us for over 6 years, Rebecca manages our appointment diary and has an in-depth knowledge of all our services and products including our medical footwear fitting service. Rebecca is also qualified to oversee Lunula Laser nail treatment. Please do not hesitate to call Rebecca for an appointment or advice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about our Waterford podiatrists and chiropodists services.

Here are some answers to the questions we receive the most. If we missed anything, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

No, there’s no need for a referral to attend an appointment in our clinic. Simply contact us to book in for your consultation. 

Yes, your initial consultation will include a full assessment and treatment. In some cases, you may need to return for a check-up appointment depending the required treatment, but this can only be decided when our practitioner has assessed the issue. 

No, there’s nothing you need to do to prepare your feet before an appointment. There is also no need to be embarrassed about any issue you may be suffering with or the condition of your feet. Foot ailments are very common for all ages.

If needed, our chiropodist/podiatrist can offer the application of a cold analgesic spray to alleviate pain during treatment. Local anaesthetic requires a prescription from your doctor. 

This is different for everyone. Once you’ve been to a chiropodist/podiatrist you will be better equipped to decide when you need to come back, if at all. Some clients attend every 6-8 weeks, others once a year.

Chiropody/podiatry is covered by health insurance with most policies. You would need to consult your health insurance provider. Unfortunately, there is no support for medical cards to cover chiropody appointments in the southeast of Ireland.

Yes, we offer a wide range of orthotics from off the shelf to semi-customised to prescription. We also offer a GaitScan service which provides a comprehensive biomechanical evaluation for each patient and helps us to manufacture insoles specifically tailored to the patient’s individual condition.

Yes, if you need to cancel your appointment, we respectfully request at least 24-hour notice. Your advanced notice will allow another client access to that appointment time. A first time missed appointment will incur a fee equal to 50% of a standard appointment. Thereafter, a fee equal to that of a standard appointment will be incurred.