Amanda Jones

I qualified as a Foot Health Practitioner in 2016 and as a Registered General Nurse back in 1986 and still going 30 years later! Fortunately I’ve always loved feet and have spent many years working as a community nurse treating lots of different leg and foot disorders and eventually I decided to train as a Foot Health Practitioner…with no regrets!  I really enjoy this profession and find it so satisfying to offer a range of foot treatments in the comfort of your home like:

  • routine nail cutting
  • ingrowing toenails
  • removal of hard skin (callus)
  • cracked heels
  • removal of corns
  • fungal skin (Athletes Foot)
  • fungal nail – ‘Lacuna Method’ this involves making small holes in the nail so the anti-fungal medication can get to the nail bed giving much better long term success

Away from work, our ‘brood of chicks’ periodically return to the nest and have left to our care a couple of unusual animals – a bearded dragon and royal python and I can’t say they’re particularly cuddly!  For relaxation and fitness I enjoy cycling, wild swimming, and patchwork.