Welcome to Free your Feet

My name is Petra Freeman and I am a fully qualified level 4 Foot Health Practitioner who earned my certification from the SMAE Institute in Maidenhead. I also hold a level 5 foundation degree in health studies (FdSc Health Studies). I have several years of experience in nursing homes, including dementia care, as well as 5 years of experience in my present NHS position on a Dialysis ward. I'm fully insured, DBS verified, and have an up-to-date emergency first aid certificate. I'm also a member of the British Association of Foot Health Professionals.

Free your Feet is a leading foot health practitioner from Holt on the North Norfolk coast, who is dedicated to providing professional and compassionate foot care to people in their own homes. With a focus on improving foot health and promoting overall well-being.

Treatments available - 

  • Toenail Cutting
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Corns & Calluses
  • Verruca's
  • Thickened Nails
  • Cracked Heels
  • Fungal Nails
  • Athletes Foot
  • Diabetic Foot Care
  • Dressings & Paddings
  • Neurovascular Assessments

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I have a foot care appointment?

It is recommended to schedule a foot care appointment every 6-8 weeks to maintain optimal foot health, though this may vary based on individual needs.

Do you offer home visits for foot care?

Yes, Free your Feet is specifically a domiciliary service, offering foot health care in the comfort of your own home. Please contact me to arrange a home visit appointment.

How long are your appointments?

First appointment will be an hour and a half due to a full consultation, follow up appointments will be up to an hour, dependent on the treatment required.

What is included within the costs?

All medicaments, dressings or paddings, foot health check and end of treatment moisturing of the feet, and of course a service with a smile!

What about your equipment?

Free Your Feet promotes clinical hygiene and continually complies to the Foot Health Professionals' care guidelines. All equipment is sterilised in an autoclave and kept sterile in a vacuum-sealed pouch until required for treatment, ensuring that there is no chance of cross-contamination between patients.