Welcome to The Foot & Gait Clinic

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Over 35 Years of Experience
The Foot & Gait Clinic

The Foot and Gait Clinic started over 30 years ago in 1987 in Taunton. We have gradually expanded over the years, until finally we moved to our purpose-built premises at 31 Bridge Street.

We have always worked in joint practices, feeling that the best treatments for our patients come from sharing knowledge and skills from practitioners whom are experts in their fields.

Within our large purpose-built practice we are able to provide multi-disciplinary treatments in-house.  This works well with our patients as it is such an advantage to call on other professionals under the same roof to get the best treatment needed for the required result.

Over the years we have built up wonderful working relationships with Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Sport’s Massage Therapists.

Our Services We aim to provide the best service!

We are a multi-disciplinary clinic filled with many professionals, proud to be offering the latest treatments.

Clinic Professionals Our Practitioners

All our friendly and experienced practitioners are able to help you with your individual and unique needs to get you confidently back on your feet!

Marian Barnacle

Marian Barnacle

Alastair Oxberry

Alastair Oxberry

Ali Mughal

Ali Mughal

David Hooper

Soft Tissue and Remedial Massage Therapist
David Hooper
The Foot & Gait Clinic is remaining OPEN during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Following the recent announcements regarding the third lockdown to curb the new variant we would like to assure our patients that we continue to remain OPEN. Podiatry, osteopathy and rehab therapy are medical services and therefore exempt from closure during lockdown. We are operating as normal and have both clinic and home visit appointments available.We would like to reassure our patients that we are following the strictest and most stringent hygiene procedures as advised by the government and our professional bodies for the prevention of spreading the Covid-19 virus.