Podiatry & Chiropody
Many of us take using and looking after our feet for granted; they are a part of the human body that is widely used yet often become neglected when it comes to taking care of them. When not looked after properly, feet and body can become subject to disorders and ailments making walking and movement of the body painful. The practice of chiropody is something that is aimed at keeping the feet in healthy working order, bringing balance to the whole body.
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Maninder Bharj, Podiatrist & Chiropodist, BSc (Hons), MSCh, HPC Reg
Maninder Bharj graduated from the University of Northampton with an honours degree in Podiatric Medicine. Since qualifying, Miss Bharj has worked both privately and in the NHS, in both clinical and domiciliary settings.
A strong relationship between patient and podiatrist is paramount for Miss Bharj. She spends time developing the necessary treatment plan for each individual and maintains sound links with doctors and health professionals. Creating a friendly and professional environment that is able to offer a variety of podiatric disciplines at a consistently high standard is of utmost importance.
She is able to undertake Biomechanical Assessments and Gait Analysis to help treat sports injuries as well as postural anomalies. As well as Routine Chiropody, Nail Surgery is also a treatment which is offered by Miss Bharj. Podopaediatrics, which is the assessment and diagnosis of paediatric foot disorders, is a discipline which Miss Bharj has an interest in.
Maninder Bharj is state registered with the Health Professionals Council and a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. She maintains her commitment to podiatry by being a member of SOCAP by attending various courses and keeping up with the continued professional development as required by the HPC. As well as home visits, she has also undertaken research which has been published in medical journals.
HPC Number: CH26742