• Open for business

    with continuing appointment


    and additional safety protocols.




  • Foot Clinic

    Tisbury Foot Clinic

    Foot Clinic -

    Wednesdays - Upstairs

    Saturdays - Downstairs


    Not Just Backs, High Street, Tisbury, SP3 6HH

    Light airy rooms with suitable adjustable seating ideal for an enjoyable foot care experience. Underfloor heating in the downstairs room.


    New procedures in place for your safety.

    Check out the 'Latest News' and Healthy Feet screening questions' sections for details.

  • Your foot care experience

    Appointments approx 30 mins contact time (with 15 minutes gap between appointments)



    A Medical History form will be completed prior to your visit. At your appointment you will be asked what your concerns are regarding your feet and your medical history will be discussed and an overall assessment of the feet will be taken. If you require subsequent visits I will check that your medical history is up to date and continue to monitor your foot health.




    Once we have discussed what is required and agreed the necessary action I will carry out the appropriate treatment. An appropriate foot cream or heel balm will be applied at the end of your treatment. I can also make devices to offload pressure, e.g. silicon moulds to help separate toes.



    I will advise what you may need to do or use at home to continue to care for your feet. We will make a plan for further visits where necessary and If I believe you need further help I will advise you accordingly.


    Toenail cutting

    Reducing/thinning thickened nails

    Involuted/Ingrowing toenails

    Callus and corn removal

    Heel fissure debridement (cracked heels)

    Diabetic foot care

    Paddings/Moulds to relieve pressure/pain

    Fungal infection advice/treatment

    Verruca advice/treatment

    Dry skin treatment

    Footcare and footwear advice

    ...and any other concerns regarding your feet


    Be as active, safe and mobile as you can be



  • Testimonials

    "So delighted to have discovered Emily, she is totally professional, a delightful person and certainly knows her job. I would thoroughly recommend her" Jane, Chilmark


    "No longer able to attend to my feet, having someone care for them is such a treat. I like walking and when treatment is done my feet feel so good I think I could even run" Marilyn, Tisbury


    "Emily has been looking after my feet for nearly 2 years. I am extremely happy with her treatments and my feet feel renewed after she has been to see me, Five Stars!" Tim, Tuckingmill


    "Emily is very skilful and conscientious. She concentrates on her work and does an extremely good job" Elizabeth, Hindon


    "Am delighted to recommend Emily Boulting of FeetFirst. It is such a pleasure to meet (and be treated by) such a competent, reliable, pleasant and professional lady" Ann, Tisbury

  • Latest news...

    due to Covid-19

    If you prefer not to see me at this time...

    Foot care advice – a few tips


    • Try to check your feet regularly (daily if you have Diabetes) to look for any changes.
    • Practice good foot hygiene, drying your feet well, especially between the toes to help prevent athletes foot.
    • Moisturise the skin on your feet (except between your toes) with foot cream or heel balm (this will help keep this area of skin intact). Filing dry or hard skin will also help.
    • If you suffer with corns, do what you can to offload pressure by wearing properly fitting shoes, non-medicated corn pads or other padding to minimise pressure and friction.
    • If you get corns between your toes, do what you can to keeps toes apart by wearing well-fitting shoes, toe spacers and keeping the area between your toes dry.
    • File nails to help prevent them getting too long or uncomfortable, if you or someone else is in your household are able.
    • If your nails put pressure on the skin when they get to a certain length, try filing or easing the skin away from the nail. Soaking them or wearing a toe cap might help as well as wearing shoes that do not put pressure on the toes.
    • If you do use any devices for your toes/feet remember to remove them at night.
    • If you notice signs of infection such as pain, redness, heat, pus etc, try using a warm salted foot soak but seek advice if this does not solve the problem.
    • Try exercising your feet while sitting down by wiggling your toes and pointing and lifting your feet etc (if you are able).
    • If you develop foot pain or other changes in your feet, it is important not to ignore them. Please feel free to get in touch for advice over the phone. 
    • Diabetes UK www.diabetes.org.uk also has some useful information on looking after your feet.

    Clinic protocol

    1. I will ask the screening questions prior to your appointment.
    2. Please ring the doorbell. There are no waiting facilities so you will be unable to enter the practice until I let you in.
    3. Appointments will last 30 minutes leaving 15 minutes after you have left for paperwork, cleaning and airing before the next patient. This will allow time for your treatment whilst minimising the length of contact.
    4. I will greet you wearing my PPE. Where possible I will wave hello though the glass so that you can see me smiling before I put on my mask and shield.
    5. You will need to wear your mask when entering the practice.
    6. Hands to be sanitised on arrival with hand gel provided.
    7. I will take your temperature and take you to the treatment room.
    8. Please try to avoid touching surfaces where possible but feel free to use the hand rail, it is wiped after every appointment.
    9. The windows will be open during the appointment.
    10. If you have someone with you or you are both having treatment you will both need to go to the treatment room.
    11. Except for during treatment a 2 metre distance will be adhered to.
    12. If you think you will need a drink please bring a bottle with you as there is no drinking water available.
    13. Payment must be ready. No change will be given. Contactless Card payment or googlepay etc is preferred.
    14. I will escort you out of the building after treatment.
    15. After each patient I will be removing PPE, washing hands, cleaning room and surfaces and then completing paperwork.

    Home visit protocol

    • Lateral Flow tests taken by myself.
    • Windows or doors open for ventilation.

    • Ring patient prior to my visit to pre screen regarding covid.

    • Inform patient they will need to wear a face covering unless exempt and that a 2 metre distance will be kept except during treatment.

    • I will be wearing PPE before entering (apron, mask and shield). Gloves will be put on for treatment. Where possible I will knock/ring bell, step back and say hello so that you can see my face before then putting on the mask and shield.

    • Will arrive with minimal luggage.

    • Treatment only: paperwork will be filled in once back at car. Payment will need to be ready/no change will be given.

    • PPE will be taken off and wrapped up for disposal.

    • Hands sanitised, to be washed with soap and water once back at my car.

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  • HEALTHY FEET screening questions

    *Track and Trace/NHS Covid 19 app

    In the eventuality that I (the practitioner) get symptoms of Covid-19 within 48hrs of having close contact with you during an appointment and then later test positive, I am obliged under law to provide your name, telephone number or email and the date and time of your visit to the test and trace service. Please note that by attending the appointment you give consent for this.

    Have you or a member of your household

    • been diagnosed with Covid 19 in the last 14 days?
    • had any Covid 19 symptoms in the last 14 days? (a new cough, high temperature, loss/change of taste)
    • been in contact with anyone else who is suspected of having Covid 19 or has had Covid 19 in the last 14 days?
    • been a hospital inpatient in the last 14 days?
    • travelled abroad in the last 14 days?

    If the answer is yes to any of the questions then the appointment cannot go ahead.

    These pre-screening questions and procedures are to keep both you and myself safe.


    Just as we regularly visit the dentist, hygienist and opticians, we also need to consider our feet, particularly those who are getting older, are less mobile or are experiencing

    problems or concerns about their feet.

    Healthy feet help us to get the most out of life!



    If you have any enquiries or would like to arrange an appointment

    contact Emily Boulting by phone, email or facebook.

    Clinic appointments £40

    (Clinic appointments are encouraged but home visits are available for those who struggle to get out and about)

    Homes visits £45

    Card payment preferred.

    Cash (please have correct money ready), cheque (already made out)

    (contactless, applepay etc available in clinic)



    07551 751642












    I am a qualified Foot Health Professional having trained at the SMAE Institiute.

    My knowledge is expanded and updated through Continuing Professional Development.

    I am fully insured and a member of the Association of Foot Health Professionals and

    College of Foot Health Professionals.

    I am trained in First Aid and CRB checked.

    I adhere to Infection Control Guidelines and use sterilised instruments for your treatment.

    I also adhere to Data Protection Laws so that your information will remain confidential.

    You can read my Patient's Charter below.

    Patient's Charter

    To keep you safe during your appointment I adhere to the following Patient's Charter:

    1. To prevent cross contamination, all instruments have been cleaned and sterilised.

    2. The footrest and foot tray are sterilised between patients.

    3. Hands are washed and hand gel is applied. New gloves, apron and mask are worn for each patient. Shield also worn.

    4. A mandatory full medical history will be taken before first visit and records kept up to date.

    5. Patient information will be kept confidential.

    6. Patients' feet will be disinfected prior to examination/treatment.

    7. A new scalpel blade will be used for each new patient and disposed of correctly.

    8. Aseptic techniques will be used with the patient to prevent cross contamination.

    9. High quality equipment, instruments, medicaments and dressings will be used.

    10. Feet First has an ongoing commitment to training to ensure the highest level of treatment can be delivered.

    11. Feet First pledges to provide quality professional and personal foot health treatment to every patient.