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About Gennea Health & Foot Care Ltd
Foot Care Specialist in Birmingham
My name is Teena Chaggar, Foot Health Practitioner providing Domiciliary foot care in the home around Birmingham & Solihull.
On your first treatment, I provide a free consultation, treatment required, and aftercare advice, together with self-maintenance between appointments. Serving clients of all ages, those with diabetes, arthritis, and mobility problems, as well as those with healthy feet wishing to prevent problems in the future keeping feet in tip-top condition all year round. My aim is to exceed the expectations of my patients and to love your feet.
With natural wear & tear or the wearing of ill-fitting shoes, nearly everyone will experience some form of nail challenges or disease, requiring assistance from a professional. My work as a Foot Practitioner involves foot care & foot health, all noninvasive treatments. So why keep putting it off? Foot care is an investment, not an expense.
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"I had a great experience today. My feet are not the easiest to deal with but this was pain free and my feet look and feel Great. Thank you"
"Best footcare I've ever had!!! They feel amazing, thanks again Teena! See you in 5 weeks"
"Excellent service, full of knowledge! Really cares about your feet. My feet are looking so much better even after just one visit! Highly recommend!"
"Absolutely fantastic service, on my second session & it’s already made a massive difference! Would highly recommend!"
"Gennea, has done a fantastic job. My feet were very sore with all the hard skin. She gave fantastic advise on how to maintain foot health. Thank you so much. Highly recomend! See you soon"
"Tee came to my house and sorted my toenails the difference she made was awesome ,also any hard skin on my heels she banished completely Thank you Tee Most highly recommended"
"Just had my feet treated by Teena she is so friendly and chatty only after one sitting my feet feel so much better already, she told my why my feet was they way they was without knowing any of my background so knowledgeable im booked in for another session tully recommend her"
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Frequently Asked Questions
Should I be embarrassed about my feet?
Don’t be too embarrassed to ask help. When your feet need attention, it really isn’t the right time to hide them away. Seek proper advice, attention or treatment at the right time to prevent issues from worsening and ensure your feet stay healthy
What should I do with my ingrowing toenail?
Ingrown toenails can be quite painful, especially if the toe becomes infected. To manage any swelling, you can soak your feet in a warm bath with Epsom salt. You should make an appointment for the ingrown toenail to be addressed with your practitioner before an infection develops or the condition becomes more painful.
Will my treatment hurt?
Most clients find their treatments relaxing! It is unusual for treatments to be painful, however you may experience discomfort when receiving treatment for some issues, such as ingrowing toe nails.
How often should I see a Foot Practitioner?
To keep your feet in tip top condition, we recommend patients book every 6 weeks, 8 weeks, 12 wks. Subject to patients foot requirements.
Are verrcuas/warts contiguous?
In respect, yes. If you have one on your feet, it would be unwise to pick at it and it can spread to someone else if that person has the potential towards getting that virus in the same way certain people have the potential for catching a certain cold. The wart virus likes to linger around moist environments such as pools, spas, locker rooms, public showers (such as those at the gym). Wearing flip flops or Crocs in these areas is always a good idea.