Podiatry, similar to Chiropody, is a specialist area of healthcare that focuses on any concerns related to both feet and legs. At our Chichester clinic, our Podiatrist, specialises in diagnosing and treating foot related conditions with the aim of alleviating any pain treating your specific condition, and either keeping you mobile or at peak performance.

Why is it important to look after your feet? Most of us rarely think about them until they go wrong. Not only do they keep you moving and living at the speed you like but they are also windows into other areas of your body, for example your vascular or neurological health. Whatever problem arises in your feet, a Podiatrist can help. They diagnose and treat a range of issues including; toe nail cutting, corns and callus removal, ingrown toenails, verruca treatment, diabetic foot care, sports injury management, fungal nails and bunions.

Whether you have a painful corn, a verruca that won’t budge or a persistent in-growing toenail, our Chichester Podiatrist, can help. Call us now on 01243 696 630 or email reception@theboxgrove.com. We look forward to seeing you soon.


Initial 45 minutes / £49

60 minutes / £62
45 minutes / £49
30 minutes / £34


Our Podiatrist can also offer a bio-mechanical and gait assessment which looks at how you stand, how you walk or run and at the alignment of your body, in particular the legs and feet. Misalignment of the lower limbs can result in pain, deformity, poor mobility and lowered sporting efficiency. A podiatrist specialises in correcting alignment and the position of the feet in order to make them pain free and efficient in movement. This is usually done with the use of insoles (orthoses) but are only provided if it is in the patient’s best interest.

At The Boxgrove we work holistically with our clients and if in our client’s interest will refer to other experienced practitioners in our team. For example, if you have an ankle injury, you may be referred to a Soft Tissue therapist for tailored massage or into the Reformer studio for rehab & strengthening. The Boxgrove is unique in having access to years of experience in many specialist areas and it is this which we offer our patients.

Treatment types available in any session include:

• Joint mobilisation • Fascial manipulation • Exercise rehabilitation • Gait analysis.

Musculoskeletal Podiatry (MSK) Consultations:

Initial appointment 60 minutes / £75

Medical history, Physical assessment, Working diagnosis & Initial treatment.


Follow Up Appointment 45 minutes / £70

Continuation of treatment and continual assessment.


Custom Made Orthoses £499

Casting, prescription, Orthoses supply, follow up after 3 weeks (any post fitting adjustments needed included in the price).

Frequently Asked Questions

During your initial treatment your podiatrist will take a brief medical history and then examine your feet and discuss your concerns. A treatment plan will be suggested and carried out with your agreement. You will be advised as to whether any further treatment is necessary or refer accordingly.
Anyone can book an appointment with a Podiatrist, you don’t need a referral from your GP.
Please wear the shoes, sporting shoes or walking boots that you most commonly wear if they relate to the concern that you have. You may wish to bring a selection of different shoes with you. If you wear or have worn insoles please also bring these. This will allow us to assess whether your shoes could be contributing to the problem. If your concern is related to your nails then please remove any nail varnish prior to the appointment.
Directions to The Boxgrove and a map can be found here. Parking is available to all of our patients. We kindly ask all those coming for a scheduled class to park in the Boxgrove Village Hall car park.


Ian Linane BSc (hons), M. Ch. S – Podiatrist

Ian qualified as a Podiatrist in 1993 and has been in private practice ever since, both within his own clinic and as part of private practice multidiscipline teams. Podiatry has provided Ian with an exciting, rewarding and varied career which has ranged from general lower limb and foot care to injury rehabilitation. In addition he worked within forensic podiatry for some 11 years in the area of Forensic Gait Analysis. Over the last 9 years Ian has written and taught extended scope practice manual therapy courses  in podiatry, nationally and internationally, through his own training company. These have been provided to both private practice and NHS.  A lifelong learner, in 2016 Ian  began training in Fascial Manipulation Stecco Method. He is trained in both levels 1 and 2, hoping to complete level 3 in 2021.

If you have any other questions please email us at reception@theboxgrove.com or call us on 01243 696 630.