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Mayor in the chair


All smiles as Keren Baines treats the feet of Town Mayor


Coun Doug Oxspring


dronfield directory 2012 CELEBRATING OUR


1ST BIRTHDAY Keren Baines BSc(Hons) PodM, MChS


Podiatry / Chiropody Clinic


A professional service for all your foot care needs


Having worked for the NHS for over 12 years and locally for the past 3 years I recognised a need for a dedicated Podiatry clinic in Dronfield.


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SPECIAL patient helped to celebrate a successful first year in business for Keren Baines at Callywhite Lane. Mayor of Dronfield, Doug Oxspring, has been getting his feet cared for by qualified podiatrist Keren for four years and was recently in the chair at the practice she took over last January. “It’s essential when you’re a diabetic that you look after your feet so


it’s medically very important that someone checks my feet on a regular basis,” explained Coun Oxspring. “It’s great to have a chiropodist right here on our doorstep. It’s another string to Dronfield’s bow and it’s easily accessible in the centre of town. It’s a wonderful facility.”


Having worked for the NHS for 12 years, Keren added: “It’s been an enjoyable first year at the clinic and I would like to thank all my clients for their support and friendship since I opened. I wish them all a happy new year.”


The clinic offers all aspects of foot healthcare including Diabetic annual reviews, verruca treatments (including Cryotherapy) and all routine treatments.


Member of


The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists


Tel: 01246 768086 Callywhite Lane


(behind the Post Office) Parking available nearby in public car parks


Stockists of


Walk in service Open 6 days a week


Quality men’s grooming at out of town prices


2 Chesterfield Rd Dronfield S18 2XB


01246 292 282


75 Mansfield Rd Intake S12 2AH


0114 239 9089


173 White Lane Gleadless S12 3GF


0114 239 6074 dronfield EYE 33


Podiatry / Chiropody


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