Foot Care

Introducing Pembroke Podiatry

At Pembroke Podiatry we focus on the health and comfort of our patients and offer a full range of Chiropody and Podiatry services at our Carlow and Kilkenny clinics. Our experienced podiatrist Mercé Roig provides treatment for most conditions affecting the health of feet and legs including specialist care for diabetic patients, pregnant women and older people.

When painful, uncomfortable foot conditions arise, they have a real impact on your health and wellbeing as they can restrict mobility, affect sleep and can cause discomfort and embarrassment. Our experienced podiatrist offers a range of specialist foot care treatments to help you return to living your life with comfort and confidence.

We offer an extensive range of professional treatments covering all aspects of foot care and health. We also provide treatment support for our patients who suffer from arthritis, psoriasis, circulatory problems, Diabetic and fungal conditions.


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Our Treatments

Hard Skin, Corns & Calluses

Corns and callouses (hard skin) are usually caused by excess pressure and friction. They can be very painful and occur on any part of your feet. They can be removed quickly and painlessly by our Podiatrist.

Ingrown Nail Treatment

The common ingrown toenails occur when the edges of the nails grow into the skin next to the nail. This painful condition can be easily treated non-surgically by our Podiatrist.


Bunions develop slowly causing a painful bony bump that develops on the inside of the foot at the big toe joint. Our Podiatrist will assess and offer practical ways to relieve pain and pressure.

Back, Leg, Knee, Foot Pain

We stock standard arch supports that can help most problems and “flat feet.” For more complex conditions we perform a full biomechanical analysis and take plaster casts of your feet. The casts with your prescription are used to manufacture specialist custom-made shoe inserts known as orthotics. These can help offload stress and prevent injury.

Diabetic-Related Conditions

If you have diabetes, your feet require special care and attention. Consider a yearly foot screen to assess your individual risk factors and learn how to avoid serious long-term diabetic complications. We will work with you to design a specific foot care regime to follow at home during your consultation.