Thatcham House is steeped in fantastic history. It was built for Isobel Tull and the Reverend Martin of St Mary’s Church, Thatcham in 1871. It had 30 bedrooms and a beautiful long driveway. Nowadays the house has been converted for commercial use, but many of the original features including doors, the original conservatory and the beautiful turrets remain today. Thatcham House is found on the main local bus routes for Thatcham and Newbury. The 1A stops opposite Thatcham House at Oak Tree Road. There is plenty of parking, including disabled spaces which are immediately outside the clinic. There is an easy disabled entrance with either stairs or easy lift access to the clinic which is found on the 1st floor.
What to expect
We have our own waiting room which is found in suite 15, on level 1. From here, the Podiatrist will welcome and call you to the clinic room.
During your first appointment, the Podiatrist will take a full medical history, together with a full history of the problem you are suffering from. An assessment will be completed, including circulation and nerve testing if required. A full diagnosis will be given and explained fully, leading to a discussion together about treatment plan options. These will be explained fully, together with the advantages and disadvantages of each option discussed with you. Treatment will be given and completed with a short foot massage with specialist foot cream.
Recommendations for self-care and management between any possible future treatments will be given to you. If required, a follow-up appointment will be made.
Currently, we do not accept any insurance patients unless you are paying and billing your insurer directly. We can provide you with a receipt of payment in order for you to submit your claim.
“Excellent, professional service that I highly recommend.” July 2022
West Berkshire Foot Clinic was launched in March 2018 after realising the lack of specialist footcare in the area. After 5 months of extensive planning and sleepless nights West Berkshire Foot Clinic opened.
Conditions and Treatments
At West Berkshire Foot Clinic, we investigate the cause of the problem from which you are suffering – and then we treat it, using the latest in research-led treatments that provide the best success rates available.
If you would like to book an appointment of wish to discuss this treatment further please contact us.