Tel: 01273 582999
Welcome to Acorn Chiropody & Podiatry
Professional and well established surgery in Peacehaven.
Established in 2005, at Acorn we offer a wide range of chiropody and podiatry services both within our modern clinic and in the comfort of your own home. Each member of our team of five qualified in 2005 and we have a wealth of experience in both the NHS and private sector. We are all fully insured, degree qualified, State Registered and members of the Health Professions Council. All patient's are treated with competence, professionalism and respect. Why not look at our range of services to see how we can help you?
Making an Appointment
If you would like to book an appointment to see one of our experienced podiatrist's please call us on 01273 582999. Reception is open Mon-Thurs 8am-5.30pm.
Clinic opening times
Monday: 8am - 5.30pm
Tuesday: 8am - 5.30pm
Wednesday: 8am - 6.30pm
Thursday: 8am - 5.30pm
Friday: 10.00am - 2.00pm
Saturday: 8.30 - 1.00pm
Home visits are carried out on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. If you would like to know when we are in your area please call.
Where are we?
We are located on the Peacehaven A259 in the parade of shops next to the convenient Steyning Ave car park (free of charge) and the Bramber Ave bus stops. We are directly opposite the BP petrol station. Click here to view map.
Our surgery has a comfortable and welcoming reception/waiting room with wide doors and a ramp for disabled access. Both the surgery and the domiciliary team have all of the modern equipment required to ensure that we can treat whatever foot problem you might have. Furthermore, we operate to the guidelines set by our governing body regarding hygiene and sterilization or discarding of any tools.
What is the difference between Chiropody and Podiatry?
Something client's often ask is what's the difference between chiropody and podiatry. In the UK, podiatry is simply the new name for chiropody. The name was changed to the internationally recognised name of podiatry in 1993. It’s not just the name that has changed though; podiatry is a constantly evolving profession. Once qualified, each podiatrist has an obligation as a member of the Health Profession's council to continue to learn. This ensures that the treatment given is professional and the most appropriate.