We have been advised that we can now ease our restrictions on the type of patients that we are treating in our practice. Following advice from the Government and regulatory body (HCPC) our professional body, The College of Podiatry, has advised that we may now start to treat patients who fall into the green category of “mild conditions”. However, this does not mean that we are returning to normal. Firstly, we must still ensure that we give priority to treating our patients who are classed as Red and Amber as they are at a greater risk of critical limb issues. Our Green patients should be seen only if self-care is not possible.

Every practice has a different balance of patients and staffing so we appreciate your understanding that each practice will move at a slightly different speed to process their backlog of patients. The welfare of our patients is a priority to us and we are ensuring that we have the appropriate measures in place for your safety and ours. Decisions on who to treat and when need to be based on the likelihood of a patient developing an infection, wound or losing their limb so thank you for your understanding as we process our backlog and urgent patients. We will be in touch with all of our cancelled patients as soon we can, we are booking a week ahead to allow maximum flexibility in case we become symptomatic.

If you have a problem before you hear from us then please contact us on 07952125616. We can only have ONE patient in the clinic at a time so please stick to the appointment time you are given or you may have to wait outside.

Thank you for your support during this time.

debra ayres


Debra Ayres is a Fully Qualified Podiatrist holding a Bachelor of Science with honours (BSc hons) degree, and has been a member of the College of Podiatry for over 10 years. A Podiatrist is a protected title with the hcpc therefore ensuring the practice is fully insured and regulated. In 2012 Debra opened Treorchy Foot Clinic, and can be found on the high street.

Treatment Available
General Nail Care (including Diabetic Foot Care)
Corns & Callus (hard skin)
Fungal or Difficult to Cut Toenails
Ingrowing Toenails
Verrucae & Warts
Verrucae needling
Arch and Heel Pain, such as Plantar Fasciitis
Nail Surgery
Nail bracing and reconstruction
Day Hours
Monday 10am-5.30pm
Tuesday 1.30pm-5.30pm
Wednesday 1.30pm-4pm
Thursday 10am-5.30pm
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed



Happy Feet

I have had a recurring foot problem for a few years, I was told by a Doctor there was no point prescribing any medication as it would only recur again. I went to see Debby and over a few weeks she managed to cure the problem I had and my feet have never been in better condition.


Top quality expertise; pleasant service.

After a gradual but troubling foot problem started a few years ago I went to my doctor and then to the hospital, but it was only after I went to Debra Ayres that it got fixed - and she sorted it instantly. Also, very reasonable rates, considering.