Our current waiting times

First appointment From appointment to treatment
5 weeks 4 weeks

Please note: waiting times displayed are indicative and can change on a daily basis.


You have the right to choose where you have your NHS treatment.

At St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre we offer free NHS treatments to all patients. You are not required to pay if you are an NHS patient and have been referred for treatment by your GP.


Bunion Removal

A bunion is a painful bony deformity of the joint at the base of the big toe which usually gets worse over time. Surgical removal commonly involves part of the toe bone being cut or removed and the bones being realigned.

Claw Toe

Tightened ligaments and tendons cause the middle and end joints in the toe to contract, causing the toe joints to curl downwards. This condition is often caused by arthritis. Treatments can include physio, or surgery for severe cases.

Correction of Foot Defects and Deformities

We use minor surgical procedures to treat such issues as bunions, bone bumps or ganglion cysts.

Foot Surgery

This may be needed to treat a range of problems, including achilles tendon problems, ingrown toenails and hammer toes.

Ganglions and Minor Lumps and Bumps Removal

Lumps like ganglions beneath the skin can be removed if they are causing pain or difficulty with footwear.

Injections to Joints, Tendons or Nerves

These are generally used to reduce pain and swelling caused by an injury, wear and tear, or arthritis.


As a patient you will benefit from:

Short waiting timesShort waiting times

Customer satisfactionHigh levels of patient satisfaction

Infection control100% MRSA free

Expert consultantsExperienced consultants

Quality careCQC rating ‘Good’

AftercareExcellent aftercare

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