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Established Local Podiatry Clinic in Forest Hill


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Foot Pain: Diagnosis & Treatment In Forest Hill.


Foot pain usually starts with stiffness or aching and can often be dismissed until it causes an impact in our busy lives.

There can be many causes but people tend to write it off as 'an age thing' or wearing the wrong shoes. 

But there is always an underlying cause.

Here at South London Foot Clinic, we can diagnose and treat foot pain, ensuring you have a better quality of life, without suffering.


So if you feel you're ready to end foot pain once and for all, then get in touch. 

We'll book a convenient time for you, to thoroughly assess, diagnose and treat any issues you have. 

Our treatment programs can be agreed up-front so you know exactly what the costs will be before we start. 

Call Us On: 0203 9181 322

Why Choose South London Foot Clinic?


If you have suffered from foot pain for a while, it's natural to feel sceptical that it will ever go away.

Whilst it won't simply 'go away on its own', it can be addressed and treated to make your quality of life better and more fulfilled. 

Instant Diagnosis From Day 1

We'll explain on your first visit, in plain terms, what you have, what's caused it and how we'll treat it.

We Can Usually Diagnose You Within 20 Minutes

Why suffer? Our experienced and qualified team are expert in diagnosing and treating the causes of foot pain.

Taking Away Stiffness & Pain

It is often possible to alleviate foot pain, restricted movement or stiffness within a couple of sessions

Avoid Surgery Or Injections

We understand you may be fearful of treatments. Let us assure you that we have non-invasive, pain-free methods.

Curing Foot Pain Allows You To...


Enjoy Your Life
& Mobility Again

Foot pain can really restrict the things you do. Let's get your energy back and start living.

Avoid Taking

We improve your long-term health and fix the problems so you won't need pain management.

Have Quality Time
With Friends & Family

Why restrict your enjoyment with the people you love when you can be fully active?

Find Affordable
Long Term Solutions

Don't waste money on treatments that do not work. We'll find an affordable way to wellness.

Would You Like To End Your Foot Pain? 


  • But you may be sure about what to do.

  • Or unsure who to ask.


No problem! 

Simply fill in the form and we'll get back to you and discuss the problem in more detail.

What Can I Do To Get Rid Of MY Foot Pain Quickly?”…

Here are 5 things you can do right now to reduce foot pain:

  • The first thing you need to make a decision about getting help. Many people hope that Foot pain will ‘just go away with time’, but weeks, months or even years later, they’re still suffering from it. Eventually,  gets worse. Something needs to change and it begins with a decision to no longer tolerate the pain.
  • Next, do the RIGHT exercises – one of the best things to help you ease your Foot pain is to do the right series of progressed exercises – the right exercises given to you by a Foot Expert will help reduce pain, and allow you to move freely again quick – and make sure that the problems don’t come back anytime soon (or aggravate your foot even more as some exercises do).
  • Avoid sitting and long periods of rest – ever tried to get up from the sofa after resting for a while, but you struggle because your feet feel so painful and tight? That’s because one of the worst things you can do that adds to Foot pain is rest, and sit for long periods of time. Too much rest, and sitting in awkward positions makes your feet stiff and tight.
  • Avoid The Wrong Shoes as this can put unwanted strain on your feet. Most of us do it without thinking and are not sure why some shoes are not as bad as others you have.
  • Get​ real, “hands-on” Podiatry – Podiatry is proven to help people with foot pain. In fact, at the South London Foot Clinic, it’s what we do all day every day, feet and almost nothing else.

If your foot pain is affecting your job, your ability to keep active, or if it threatens your independence or gets in the way of spending quality time with family and friends – South London Foot Clinic can help get you back to living the life you deserve as quickly as possible.

If you would like to know how the Podiatry team at South London Foot Clinic can help you live without foot pain – we invite you to start with a completely free, no-obligation, risk-free appointment at one of our clinics:

Request A FREE Discovery Visit

Note: This Free Taster Session is something that we offer to people who are very nervous or sceptical about our clinic – unsure of the benefit or if it’s the right clinic for them. If that sounds like you, then please start with a free taster session so that we can work with you to find out what is wrong and what can be done – without any financial risk on your part.

Finding Us:


South London Foot Clinic

52 Honor Oak Park

Honor Oak


SE23 1DY

☎  Tel: 0203 9181 322

Based in Honor Oak, with convenient transport
links nearby, including Honor Oak Park Station.

FREE PARKING at the location

Our Opening Hours:


We try to work hours that work for you, covering lunch times and some evening slots. Get in touch to book with our team, at a convenient time for you. 


Monday: 13:00 - 19:00

Tuesday: 10:00 - 16:00

Wednesday: 10:00 - 15:00

Thursday: 11:00 - 18:00

Friday: 10:00 - 15:00

Saturday: 10:00 - 16:00

Did you know we have free parking?


We understand that parking anywhere in central London can be a real issue.

You'll be pleased to know that we have designated parking right outside the clinic's door.

"Why is This Happening to Me?"

... "Why Am I Still Enduring Foot Pain After Enduring It For So Long?


Many individuals hold the belief that foot pain will naturally disappear on its own. They cling to the hope that one fine morning, it will vanish as if by magic. However, deep down, they are aware that such a resolution is unlikely without taking proactive measures. Time passes, yet the foot pain persists, often exacerbating the discomfort experienced during its onset. A sense of fear and confusion sets in, leaving them unsure of how to tackle the issue.

At the South London Foot Clinic, we frequently come across a common scenario where people turn to doctors for help, only to receive advice to rest and "try these painkillers" to see if the situation improves. Unfortunately, this advice rarely proves effective, leading many individuals to revisit the doctor after six weeks of unrelenting pain. Regrettably, they have often prescribed even stronger medications and advised to rest further. This cycle of events is bewildering and sheds light on why a significant number of individuals aged 40 and above continue to endure chronic foot pain.

To add insult to injury, doctors often attribute the pain to age, using it as a catch-all explanation. However, why does foot pain persist longer than it should? Well, the abundance of conflicting information from various sources contributes to the confusion. Many people are quick to dispense advice, but not all of it is fruitful.

Perhaps you believe that your foot pain stems from a specific incident, such as wearing ill-fitting shoes on a particular occasion. Alternatively, you may attribute it to a hereditary factor, assuming that your family history predisposes you to foot issues. In the absence of clear understanding, foot pain becomes an enigma, causing many individuals to accept it as a normal part of life, resigned to the notion that it's just the way things are.

Does this sound like your personal experience?

Allow us to present some reasons why your foot pain persists:

  1. You expected it to subside on its own, but it never did.
  2. Visiting a doctor led to the recommendation of rest and painkillers, yet the relief offered by medication was temporary, and the pain resurfaced once the effects wore off.
  3. Friends or family members have convinced you that foot pain is an inevitable consequence of ageing, leading you to passively accept it.
  4. Previous consultations with healthcare professionals or physiotherapists failed to provide effective guidance or treatment, leaving you uncertain about whom to trust with your foot health.
  5. You attempted exercises from online platforms, only to find them ineffective or even exacerbating your foot pain.
  6. In an effort to alleviate the intensity of the pain, you opted for rest, but it only resulted in increased stiffness and tightness in your foot.
  7. Believing that investing in expensive footwear would offer a solution, you acquired multiple pairs, only to find temporary relief without addressing the underlying issue.
  8. You've invested significant resources in local clinics without achieving any substantial progress, leading to understandable scepticism about finding effective assistance. You may even find yourself accumulating a collection of insoles from various sources.

If any of these situations strike a chord with you, we would be delighted to offer our assistance. We invite you to schedule a call with one of our knowledgeable podiatrists at our London-based Foot Clinic. This call will enable us to explore potential solutions tailored to alleviate your foot pain. In fact, having already attempted one or more of these approaches is a positive sign, as it brings you closer to finding the solution that truly works for you!

To book a call with us and receive expert advice over the phone, please click the link provided below.

The call is complimentary, and there is no obligation to book in, however, we can end your foot pain once and for all.

Request A Call From A podiatrist NOW

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Foot Pain Medical Insurance? 

If you're suffering from foot pain and have medical insurance, you may be surprised to know that you're covered. We work with the following providers but if you do not see yours listed, it may be worth getting in touch and checking to ensure you have cover.