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We know that wearing high heels can help to boost confidence, but it’s also true that they can also be the cause of a range of problems such as skin rashes, corns, calluses, bunions and Achilles issues.

For women who are experiencing discomfort as a result of wearing high heels and who want to keep wearing them, a high heel MOT check and review with one of our specialist consultants at the Cadogan Clinic is the perfect way to obtain expert advice. Our specialists can explain how you can reduce any discomfort and recommend any relevant treatment if required.

One of the most popular options for pain relief are foot fillers that can be injected into the ball of the foot – one of the most common areas of pain. These foot fillers are injected into places where fat has naturally been lost under the bones in the balls of the feet, creating a thickening of the skin by building collagen. This has the effect of restoring the natural padding of the feet for up to a year, enabling you to enjoy wearing high heels again without any associated pain.

Whatever your personal requirements, Podiatry at the Cadogan Clinic will provide the leading consultants and techniques at our state-of-the-art, purpose-built, central London facility.


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Variable prices can result from the fact that many of our consultants operate with different fee structures. In all cases, prices will be confirmed to you by your consultant before any treatment takes place.

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What to Expect

Step 1. Optional Free Consultation

We offer a free no-obligation 30-60 minute consultation with one of our specialist patient advisors to help you decide whether surgery is the right choice for you. The consultation will take the form of a discussion with an expert with over 15 years industry experience in which we begin to understand your objectives and the results you want to achieve.

If you decide to go ahead with treatment, our advisers can give you all the information you require to choose the right procedure and the right surgeon for you. This is also an excellent opportunity to see our facilities and get a feel for the Cadogan experience.

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Step 2. Surgical Consultation

The next step is to come in and meet your chosen surgeon at the Clinic. We have assembled some of the best surgeons in the world who will use this time to make a comprehensive medical assessment of you and your condition before proceeding with treatment.

In practice this involves a 30-60 minute consultation in which a detailed assessment of the outcomes you can achieve is made and any questions you may have about the procedure are answered.

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Step 3. The Procedure

On the day of your procedure you will be welcomed at the Clinic by your patient advisor and dedicated nursing staff. Following a brief medical check, you will meet with both your surgeon and anesthetist to run through the details of your procedure one final time and answer any last questions you may have.

After the procedure you will recover in the capable hands of your nursing after care team. As we are a day case facility you can expect your recovery to be complete within 2 to 3 hours and able to be discharged from the Clinic the very same day. In some cases patients may wish to stay locally in our exclusive partner hotel the day before or after your procedure.

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Step 4. After Care & Support

Our care and support continues in the days and weeks after your procedure with our complimentary aftercare programme. A series of free appointments will be made with your surgeon and nursing team in order to monitor your progress and recovery, as well as introduce you to several scar minimization techniques and bespoke creams to aid your progress.

Access to our aftercare nursing team is free of charge for a full 12 months after your surgery.

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