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Podiatrist treating feet during procedure

Providing Chiropody and Podiatry Services to Sevenoaks, Borough Green, Tonbridge and adjoining towns and villages in Kent.


Andrew Brunger is HCPC registered

HCPC registration means that a chiropodist is registered with the Health Care Professions Council. This is the regulatory board for chiropody, podiatry, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and others in the Allied Health Professions.

Registration with the HCPC means that the practitioner has met minimum standards of education and competency.

Foot Massage

Our Appointments and Pricing

Appointments at Andrew Brunger Chiropodist & Podiatrist usually last for approximately 40 minutes depending on the treatment required.

Please enquire about our treatment costs.


Credit cards, cash or cheques are accepted for payment. Home visits are available. Please enquire about the cost. Nursing and care homes are visited on request.

The Difference Between A

Chiropodist & A Podiatrist

Chiropodists and podiatrists deal with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the lower limbs and are qualified to treat people with arthritis, diabetes, nail surgery and sports injuries.


We work with people of all ages but play an important role in helping older people stay mobile and independent. There is no difference between a chiropodist and a podiatrist. Podiatrist is the term used for chiropodists in other English-speaking countries.

Orthopedic Insoles

What do the letters that podiatrist use mean?
BSc (Podiatry) - This signifies that the podiatrist has completed a full training course in podiatry at an approved institution.

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