Founded in 1993, Bebington Podiatry offers professional, friendly private podiatry treatment at our  purpose built clinic or (if you are unable to get out) at your home to the highest industry standards.
Our podiatrists are all BSc qualified and HCPC registered. With our combined 40+ years of experience, there is nothing (foot wise!) that can phase us!
We offer all aspects of podiatry:
toenail trimming including treatment of thick, damaged or missing nails, corn and callus removal, Lacuna antifungal nail treatment (no tablets/prescription required), Pedisafe nail reconstruction, biomechanical assessments, ingrown toenail surgery, orthoses, wound care, diabetes foot screening, rheumatoid arthritis footcare, Gelous nail polish using aseptic single use brushes, dermoscopy, verrucae and more
We are a covid safe business, still working to covid 19 health & safety protocol

Please attend on time - we are still staggering appointments to operate
social distancing and allow thorough cleaning of each surgery between patients

Please wash your hands on entry in the sink indicated by your podiatrist. We are still
checking temperatures too.

Wear a face covering - we are a health facility committed to the safety of our patients
and staff and entry will be refused if you are not wearing a face covering

Please DO NOT ATTEND if you have/have symptoms of covid 19


Foot Massage






Ann qualified in 1980 from the then Northern College of Chiropody (now University of Salford School for Health Science) with a Diploma in Podiatric Medicine, returning in 1992 to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Westminster. Ann offers general chiropody/podiatry treatment, caring for the feet of people with diabetes & rheumatoid arthritis, Lacuna fungal nail treatment, Dermatology including dermoscopy (close examination of the skin & any lesions with a dermatascope),nail surgery for ingrown toenail (onychocryptosis) or painful toenails, Pedisafe medical model aesthetic toenail reconstruction & Gelous nail polish treatment, foot care for those with auto-immune conditions or undergoing cancer treatment, biomechanical

assessments & orthoses

Amanda qualified from University of Salford in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science degree in podiatric Medicine. Amanda previously worked for Chester NHS podiatry as high risk nail surgery specialist podiatrist for 20+ years. She manages our home visit (domiciliary) and sheltered accommodation services alongside regular clinics at the practice. She is especially interested in general podiatry, toenail surgery and specialist footcare for high risk patients such as those with diabetes.

Annette worked as a podiatry assistant at Wirral NHS podiatry for many years before making the brave decision to retrain and undertake the Podiatry degree course at Salford whilst still working part time- a four year slog! Annette enjoys general podiatry and toenail surgery.

Louise is our Tuesday and Wednesday and Elaine our Monday and Thursday receptionists. They are on hand to deal with any queries, take your phone calls, answer your e mails, issue you with your receipt following treatment and arrange appointments. They will pass on any messages to the podiatrists and will do all of this with a smile!

Annie Turtle is our indispensable domestic goddess, keeping us spick, span and fully covid safe!

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We are HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council) registered ( Ann was previously state registered until the regulatory body for Allied Health Professionals was changed to the HCPC to include all health & social workers in 2003).

Ann CH07590, Amanda CH09926 & Annette CH31290

We are members of the:

Royal College of Podiatry,  Diabetes UK, Independent Diabetes Trust, Merseyside branch of the Royal College of Podiatry, Versus Arthritis, Heart Matters, British Heart Foundation, Stroke Association, the Wirral Private Podiatry Practitioners Group, FDUK and UK Podiatry, Coeliac UK, IBS Network, Osgo & International Association of Dermoscopy.

All our podiatrists attend mandatory quarterly CPD (continuing professional development) conferences at Arrowe Park Hospital organised by  the Merseyside branch of the Royal College of Podiatry and any other approved by the Royal College of Podiatry courses in subjects not covered in our mandatory programme but which we are interested in throughout the year.



First Appointment


Lasts approx. one hour & includes:

1. A general medical history review (please bring a list of medications/supplements you take)

2. Completion of a record card containing your personal details which will be treated in the strictest confidence

3. Circulatory check - your podiatrist will palpate your foot pulses with their hands then examine with a Doppler machine which can inform us of issues such as irregular heartbeat, atherosclerosis, deterioration in arterial health etc.  

4. A neurological check - your podiatrist will test the sensory foot nerve function  with a monofilament and foot nerve conduction with a tuning fork. These tests can identify changes to your nerve function caused by diabetes, nerve damage such as sciatica, neurological diseases such as motor neurone or Guilliame-Barre syndrome etc,

5.  Musculo-skeletal/gait checks which can reveal joint changes, flat feet, leg length discrepency etc that can affect joints and walking.

All these checks are a legal requirement prior to any form of treatment.

 Your podiatrist will then fully explain what treatment she can perform that day and with your signed consent, a full podiatry treatment followed by advice on how to manage any foot problems found* and keep you comfortable will be completed.

Should your podiatrist find any issues such as irregular heartbeat, she will refer you on to the relevant health professional.

*Please note that some treatments such as nail surgery, Lacuna fungal nail treatment, orthotics, MLS Laser may not be possible to complete at your first visit and will require a return appointment at the appropriate fee (please see our fee list) which your podiatrist will discuss with you.

Biomechanical/Gait Analysis


Every new patient at Bebington Podiatry recieves a short biomechanical assessment as part of their initial appointment - here at Bebington Podiatry we not only treat your foot problem but we look for WHY you have it -and if any issues are noted, we will recommend rebooking with our specialist for a full biomechanical/musculo-skeletal assessment. This will include an assessment of any pain you experience, the shape and function of your feet, check your gait, measure any leg length differences, assess your muscle strength & function, any deformities or abnormalities and any other issues found. You may then be given an exercise programme, recommended to have our bespoke orthotics, specialist footwear, heel raises etc - whatever is required to address your foot problem and keep you moving comfortably.

In depth services
Diabetes Mellitus footcare including
FREE Wirral Diabetes Register annual foot check
Rheumatoid arthritis footcare
Footwear assessment including referral for specialist or bespoke footwear
Surgery for permanent removal of ingrown toenail/s (onychocryptosis)
Pedisafe medical model nail reconstruction for damaged/ broken toenails
Pedisafe nail polish - anti fungal & antibacterial colour gel applied using sterile instruments and disposable brushes thus eliminating cross infection
Lacuna fungal nail treatment
Dermoscopy - assessment of skin lesions
Verruca treatment
Corn & callus removal
Treatment of athletes' foot (tinea pedis)
Dermatology and skin care advice
Home visits

Amanda  can come to you if you cannot attend the clinic, for whatever reason. Home visits are only available during the day Tuesday and Wednesday. Please request a home visit when booking your appointment in order that our receptionist can allocate the extra time required.



Years' Experience


Happy feet

(and counting)


Happy Staff


Ann James
Ann James

General Podiatrist and owner

Trained Lacuna anti-fungal nail treatment and Pedisafe Medical Model nail technician

Special interest in dermatology/dermoscopy

Amanda Scott

Domiciliary and sheltered accommodation service Podiatrist

Specialist in nail surgery



‘The orthotics you have made for me have given me my life back. I have no more pain in my feet, can go out walking again for pleasure and I cannot bear not to wear them. The last thing I do before leaving the house is check that my orthotics are in my shoes! Thank you so much’

Mrs P.H.


‘I hobbled into the surgery, now I feel like I am walking out on air!’


Mrs N.W


‘I can’t believe that all the terrible pain I used to have from my ingrown toenail has finally gone. I wish I had been to see you and had the operation years ago. I can even wear my high heels again (sorry, shouldn’t say that to my podiatrist!). Thank you, thank you, thank you!’

Mrs S.L.


‘I was too embarrassed to show my feet to anyone for years, I thought they were so ugly. You reassured me and made me feel comfortable throughout my treatment and now they look so much better!’


Mrs P.S.

Rock Ferry

‘I limped into the surgery four weeks ago with such pain in my bunions I could barely walk but after four weeks of marigold therapy, I have no pain at all and I completed a three mile walk at the weekend. I’m going to dance out!’

Mrs M.R.


‘It’s so nice that you can come and see me at my flat, I really look forward to your visits’


Mrs R.F.

Higher Bebington



Our Address

Bebington Podiatry, 270 Heath Road,

Higher Bebington, Wirral, Merseyside, CH63 2HQ


tel/fax: 0151 608 0927 (24hrs)

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday 9.00 - 12.30


Monday - Thursday 13.30 - 17.00


Weds: 18.00 - 20.00

Bus services : 464, 487, 17, 16, 410


No waiting list | All ages | All conditions | New patients always welcome | No GP referral necessary

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Keeping Wirral on its toes since 1993

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