We are a foot clinic and shoe shop located on the High Street, Henfield, West Sussex.

To book an appointment, please call 01273 493 662 or 07886 823 110


New Telepodiatry service available - click here

Your podiatrist


After working as a Scientist and a Teacher for several years, Rosita who was always interested in medicine-related subjects and the possibility of improving people’s health and quality of life, entered Brighton University where she graduated with a first-class honours degree in Podiatry Medicine and acquired registration with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), and became a member of The College of Podiatry (CoP).

Following her graduation, Rosita started working within both the private sector and the NHS to acquire further experience. She finds nothing more rewarding than being able to help a patient with severe pain to walk out of the clinic pain-free. To provide such a service she is keen on developing her knowledge and skills by taking part in various training on a regular basis.

Rosita’s podiatry degree allows her to supply designated prescription-only medications. Furthermore, she holds Local Anaesthetics Annotation and is licensed to administer designated local anaesthetics

Her additional training includes:

  • Certificate to perform verruca needling which is a surgical procedure to treat resistant verrucae
  • Qualification in foot mobilisation to restore range of motion of various joints in the foot
  • Nail reconstruction

Rosita has treated many patients with complex foot problems and sport’s injuries and when required provided insoles and bespoke orthoses.

CALL US NOW ON 01273 493662 or 07507 567 175



There are hundreds of foot and leg problems – are you suffering and wondering what the problem is? Send a photo (in complete confidence) to Rosita with your symptoms and she will be able to give you more information and advice.

What is Telepodiatry?
Telepodiatry is a service that allows clients who have a potential or active foot problem to enjoy an initial consultation from the comfort of their own home.

Telepodiatry has been found to be an acceptable method of providing some aspects of podiatry care to clients. It is an excellent triage mechanism, and allows earlier identification of, and intervention for, urgent problems.

How does it work?
Clients simply take a photo of their foot problem on a mobile phone (or other device) and simply email the image to us here. We then review the image, assess the issue and offer advice and diagnosis. In most cases, it is likely that a follow-up face-to-face consultation will need to take place.

How can I use the Telepodiatry service?
Simply send Rosita an image/images of your problem to westsussexpodiatry@gmail.com  together with as much detail as possible as well as your name and telephone number and we will be in touch within 72 hours. OR complete our special form by clicking the button below.


Podiatry Services

General Podiatry

Diagnosis and treatment of all painful foot problems, corns, callus, removing hard skin and correcting nail problems.

Verruca Needling

To induce a systemic immune response to eradicate resistance and hard to treat verrucae.

Foot Mobilisation

To restore range of motion of the joints and flexibility of the soft tissue of the feet.

Nail Surgery

Surgical removal of ingrowing nail or side of nail permanently under local anaesthetic.

Medical Nail Reconstruction

To restore severely damaged nails through application of layers of special gel cured UV light.

Insoles, Orthoses, Shoes & Footcare Products

Prescription, design manufacturing of cost effective insoles and orthoses. Plus a wide selection of shoes and footcare products.



Other Treatments

  • Corns
  • Nails & calluses
  • Skin & nail infections
  • Ingrowing toenails
  • Nail surgery
  • Postural and falls assessment
  • Childhood foot and leg problems
  • Clinical massage
  • Care, Nursing & Day Centres
  • House calls
  • Sports Medicine
  • Correcting walking problems

Foot Products

  • Insoles
  • Orthotics
  • Comfort shoes for problem feet
  • Comfort socks for diabetic feet
  • Creams, ointments & sprays for all foot problems
  • Postural and falls assessment
  • Comfort aids

Podiatrist or Chiropodist?

Both terms refer to a practitioner who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of foot conditions. The term chiropodist refers to the past Diploma in Chiropody which was phased out in 1993 and is now replaced by Podiatric Medicine, a university degree.


Did You Know?

  • Foot disorders in the elderly are extremely common and are the cause of much pain and disability, and consequent loss of mobility and independence.
  • 25% of all the bones in the human body are down in your feet. When these bones are out of alignment, so is the rest of your body.
  • The average person will walk around 115,000 miles in a lifetime, that’s more than 4 times around the Earth!
  • During an average day of walking, the forces on your feet can total hundreds of tons, equivalent to an average of a fully loaded cement truck.
  • 9 out of 10 women wear shoes that are too small for their feet.
  • Women experience foot problems 4 times more often than men.

Book an appointment,
01273 493 662 or 07886 823 110