CORONA VIRUS 

From Monday 18th May 2020 we will being seeing selected patients using the correct PPE. Appointments will be 1 hour each to avoid patient cross over. This will allow us time to thoroughly clean the clinic and change protective equipment. This will reduce the number of patients that can be seen so we will prioritise those with the greatest need. 

We will update this as professional and government guidelines permit. The office is not manned everyday so please leave a message on our answering machine (01865 247377) along with your name and number and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please be assured we are doing our best in these difficult circumstances.

Best wishes,

Liz Humble-Thomas

I'm going to have my feet 'done'...

What does that mean? Sadly, it often means that the client makes an appointment, accepts the level of treatment that they’re given, and is then booked in again in 6 to 8 weeks time.

This is not the way my practice operates.
Since I started in private practice, nearly 40 years ago, my aim has been to discharge my clients. To treat them so thoroughly, with such attention to detail, that ultimately I can send them away pain free.

Minimise appointments with us.

After very thorough scalpel work to remove painful corns, calluses and the debris around and behind toenails, which may be a little uncomfortable at the time.  I then try to provide means to prevent their recurrence.  This may be advice about shoe fitting and style, insoles or silicone custom made devices to correct toe distortions.

I always tell my patients to return within a week or two for further free adjustments if they aren’t happy.  I then advise my patients to contact me again when or if necessary. This is often many months, years or even decades later.

Established in 1981.

Established in 1981 by Liz Humble-Thomas, Oxford Feet has been located at 3 George Street, Central Oxford . The Council is planning to redevelop this building so sadly, we have to move.
 

The new location is behind my home in Harefields, immediately past the ringroad beyond Summertown.


We have a lovely new, larger clinic, on the ground floor, with a waiting and reception area, and a loo!
 

There is a parking space adjacent to the clinic.  There are endless buses along the nearby Banbury Road (about 200 yards away). From Kidlington, the bus stop is the last stop before the ring road.

From Oxford the bus stop is the first one after Cutteslowe roundabout, over the crossing and along to 59 Harefields. This is on the corner of Marriott Close. Follow the wall and hedge around to the rear of the house, where you will find a marked wooden gate.

We look forward to treating you at our new clinic!

Treating painful and troublesome feet in Oxford since 1981.
E. Humble-Thomas & Associates.