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Welcome to South Dublin Podiatry!

Our practice is a modern centre which provides expert care, diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle disorders for children, adults, and seniors. A detailed consultation with our friendly podiatrist will enrich you with a great knowledge of your feet and the brilliance of podiatry.

We are based in South Dublin Therapy Clinic at 6 Shelton Drive, Kimmage, Dublin 12. Our services range from removal of painful corns and calluses, treatment of ingrown toenails to diagnosis of foot pains and provision of orthotics. Scroll down to find out more about what we do.

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General Chiropody & Podiatry

We will remove your corns and calluses on regular basis, apply padding or prescribe insoles to relieve pressure and provide long term relief.


In our clinic we treat all verrucae with salicylic acid which has been reported to be the safest and most effective treatment for plantar warts.

Fungal Nail Treatment

We treat fungal nail infections with the lacuna method. This involves drilling micro holes into affected nails and using antifungal agent.

Gait Assessment

Gait assessment involves the podiatrists examining your foot posture, major joints in your legs and feet and assessing the way you walk.

3D Printed Orthotics

By using the latest 3D printing technology, we offer our patients special and sophisticated treatments which aim to eradicate foot, knee and hip pains.

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Our Team

Wioleta Walczak

Hi, I’m Wioleta and I am an owner of the South Dublin Podiatry Clinic. I graduated with a BSc (Hons) Podiatry degree from Galway University. I am a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists of Ireland and maintain my professional development by attending courses and conferences. Since graduation, I have worked in a number of private practices, hospitals and nursing homes giving me a great experience in both private and public settings. I enjoy working with a variety of clients including toddlers, teenagers, adults and seniors. My special area of interest includes sports podiatry and enabling athletes to return to their activity injury free. I am skilled at routine chiropody including removal of corns, calluses, ingrown toenails and treatment of fungal nail infections. Outside of work, I participate in local parkruns and enjoy hiking, dancing salsa and bachata, and trips to a local playground with my three year old son. In the past, I have been a club captain of NUIG Karate Club and a member of Loughrea Athletic Club.

Isabelle Ryan

Hi, I’m Isabelle. I am a podiatrist and I qualified from the National University of Ireland, Galway with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) Podiatry. Over the last four years, I have gained experience in many aspects of podiatry including routine podiatry care, lower limb biomechanics, wound care, podopaediatrics and nail surgery. I have also undertaken a course in acupuncture for the treatment of lower limb musculoskeletal injuries. I have experience working in hospital and private practice environments both nationally and internationally. In 2019 I spent two weeks training in the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. I have a particular interest in diabetes and the lower limb complications associated with the disease. I also love running and going to the gym, therefore, I am very interested in lower limb biomechanics and sports injuries.
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Latest Updates

Hello and welcome to our next blog post! Today we will talk about 6 most common foot health issues we see in our practice, how can you manage them at home and when to see a podiatrist.

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Psoriasis is a common skin condition that causes red, itchy and scaly patches to form on the skin. Palmo-plantar psoriasis is a type of psoriasis that typically affects the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet.

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Many people aren’t aware of the effects diabetes can have on the foot and the lower limb. However, it is a huge medical, social and economic problem. Diabetic feet are more susceptible to injury, infection and amputation.

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The Achilles tendon runs from the calf muscles (gastrocnemius, soleus and plantaris) and inserts onto the back of the heel bone. Although it is the largest tendon in the body measuring…

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Many changes in the fingernails or toenails may cause people to think they have a fungal nail infection. In this blog post, we will discuss what exactly are fungal nail infections and how can they be distinguished…

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The term ‘shin splints’ describes a pain and mild swelling in the front of the lower part of the leg. The medical term for shin splints is medial tibial stress syndrome.

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What Our Customers Think

Love it here!!

A very professional service, thanks for your help. I wish I had visited you before!

Ingrown toenail problem sorted with a most efficient manner. Highly recommend Wioleta for any foot treatment

Great service – would recommend to anyone. Wioleta was lovely explaining everything and put me at ease throughout the whole treatment.

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