Welcome to March Podiatry Practice

Welcome to March Podiatry Practice

March Podiatry Practice Ltd

The team at March Podiatry Practice are passionate about finding solutions to your problems that prevent you from enjoying life to its fullest.

We focus on keeping people active, healthy and happy so you can have the very best quality of life possible whatever your age. The team of clinicians provide a multidisciplinary approach to your treatment, providing a full range of services for mind and body to offer you an individual treatment plan, to meet your specific needs.

We provide a full range of Podiatry Treatments to diagnose and treat your foot disorders, Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy to treat anyone who may have tight or aching muscles, and our team will support you to enable you to find the answers to your problems and questions.

Our clinical staff are registered with their own professional bodies and where appropriate registered with the Health Care Professions Council and are supported by a full time team of receptionists, overseen by our Clinical Lead Podiatrist.



Our March Practice

March Podiatry Practice Limited is a well-established clinic located at 47 – 49 High Street, March, Cambs, PE15 9JJ. We have been serving the local and nearby communities of the Fenlands for over a decade.

Our clinic is easily accessible by car, with a spacious free car park at the City Road car park directly behind the clinic, which has disabled spaces close to our entrance. Alternatively, you can drop off patients with limited mobility at the front of our clinic.

Our clinic is wheelchair and pushchair friendly, with double opening doors and two ground floor treatment rooms. Our rooms are equipped with modern and comfortable facilities, and we have a large disabled toilet on the ground floor.

We also have a large treatment room upstairs for more mobile patients. This room can also be used for meetings and courses.

We offer Home Visits for Podiatry for those who cannot come to our clinic.

We accept most Medical Health Insurance plans, but please check with your provider before your appointment. We accept payment by cash, cheque or card. You can also pay by card over the phone

To book an appointment, please call 01354 651200 and our reception team will be pleased to help you, alternatively you can leave a message on our 24 hour answerphone.

Opening Hours
9:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 5:00pm
9:00am – 7:00pm
Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm


Sarah-jane Hooper

Clinic Director and Lead Podiatrist

Sarah-Jane has a broad range of knowledge in all aspects of podiatry including diabetes, rheumatology and arthritis, child foot health and gait abnormalities. After completing her Podiatry degree from Brighton University in 1998, she worked for the local NHS Podiatry department for 3 years, in a London private practice for 3 years and was part of the medical team for the London Marathon for many years.  She set up her private practice in 1999 and now works alongside a team of other podiatrists and health professionals.  

Jacky Burns


Jacky initially qualified as a RGN in 1991, she worked for the NHS for some years then travelled to Australia and continued to work as a nurse in a variety of settings. On her return to the UK she completed a podiatry degree whilst continuing to work as a District Nurse part time. Jacky joined Cambridge Commiunty Services NHS trust in 2009 as a podiatrist within a high risk community team. On moving to Peterborough she joined March Podiatry Pratice in 2013.

Sue Letherby


Sue Letherby is a qualified practitioner who graduated in 1994 and relocated to this area to stay close to her family. She has more than 25 years of experience in running her own clinic in the South West and has become a valuable member of our team with her unique expertise. Sue is passionate about sports, gardening and outdoor activities.



Mandy loves her role as a receptionist and really enjoys working with the team. Mandy has worked at the March clinic for over two years and says every day is a school day. She has previous reception experience, as well as knowledge of working in Payroll, accounts and retail.

Originally from Kent, she now enjoys the quieter, slower paced life of the Fen’s.

She likes to spend her time with friends and family. She has several cats whom give her a welcome home after work.



Donna is a friendly and experienced receptionist who has been working at March Podiatry Clinic for six years. She enjoys welcoming and assisting the patients and staff, and she is a valued member of the team. Donna has a diverse background in customer service, sales, and administration, having worked in various sectors in North London before moving to this area. In her spare time, Donna likes to relax in her garden and enjoy the peace and quiet of her home.



Specialist care for your feet; general condition, circulation and the sensation of your feet are all assessed. Treatment and advice is then given for a variety of foot health problems including callus, thick nails, corns and skin problems.


Badly aligned foot joints can cause pain within the feet and also knees, hips and lower back. Where alignment is incorrect, orthotics (moulded insoles) can help realign the bones and improve gait to relieve the symptoms. To assess your lower limb alignment and function of your feet, you may benefit from specialist assessment.

Sports and Remedial Massage

Sports and Remedial massage is a safe, effective and proven therapy that is not the sole privilege of the professional athlete. It is provided by our Sports Massage Association/Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage accredited Practitioner.

Learn about Swift, the most advanced and successful treatment for long term, stubborn verrucae.

Thousands of people all over the UK (and the world) have had their verrucas treated and cured with Swift. But it’s the people who have suffered for decades that have been cured in just a handful of treatment sessions that make this treatment so remarkable.

So many people have given up on treatments for stubborn verruca – Swift offers those patients renewed hope, and for almost 80% of patients, complete freedom from the condition.

If you have a verruca and you have tried all the over counter treatments with no success or recently discovered you have a verruca we will be happy to help. Contact us today.

Low Level Laser Therapy

We use this in clinic to help patients with painful conditions.

Low Level Laser Therapy can be helpful to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, stimulate the immune system, improve wound healing and to promote tissue regeneration.

We see several conditions that benefit from the use of Low Level Laser Therapy as part of your treatment plan. These include Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Heel pain, Anterior tibial Tendonitis and pain and flare up’s due to arthritis.  Our team of clinicians can discuss if this treatment may help you to recover from your painful condition.

This is also called “Photobiomodulation” or Light therapy, is uses harmless forms of light sources and works because our cells contain “chromophores” which absorb light. Once the light is absorbed, it sets off a complex group of physical and chemical reactions within the cell. These reactions can and do extend to cells that have not even been exposed to light.

Ingrown Nail Surgery

The March podiatry nail surgery service can provide a long term solution to chronic and painful nails that have not responded to other podiatric treatments, for example, recurring in-growing toenails. Nail surgery is a minor surgical procedure to remove all or part of a nail under local analgesia. Following the removal, the nail bed is treated with a chemical to stop the nail from growing back again.

The estimated healing time of post surgery is 6-12 weeks, note this can be longer in some cases.

All patients will attend for assessment and if suitable can be booked in with one of our highly experience podiatrists for the procedure . If you would like further information on the procedure and costs please contact our helpful reception who will be able to give you any further information.

Home Visits

At March Podiatry, we understand that some patients may have trouble coming to our clinic. That’s why we provide home visits in the March area. Our podiatrists can offer the same quality of service at your home as they do at our clinic. You can choose between morning or afternoon slots, but we cannot guarantee a specific time due to traffic and distance factors.

If you are interested in booking a home visit for yourself or a loved one, please call our reception team. They will assist you with scheduling an appointment and give you all the details you need.

Toe Nail Reconstruction


Toenail reconstruction is a cosmetic or medical procedure performed by a podiatrist. We use a specialist gel that is layered either directly onto the nail or nail bed if no nail is present due to trauma or surgery. This creates a brand new nail or covers unsightly or misshapen nails so that the nail is more aesthetically pleasing.

Nail reconstruction is not a permanent solution. The length of time that the nail reconstruction lasts will vary from person to person. The new nail will generally last between 4 and 6 weeks but can last longer depending on how much of the nail is damaged; after this time the reconstructed nail is removed and reapplied.

The treatment procedure:

  • If you have a nail the podiatrist will begin by reducing the nail and removing as much of the diseased nail as possible. The nail is then roughened with the file

  • The toenail is cleaned to remove oil and disinfected

  • A solution containing an anti-fungal is applied to the nail plate/nail bed to enhance the bonding of the gel

  • The podiatrist will then apply the gel in layers, with each layer being hardened under a UV light. As soon as the desired look and thickness has been achieved the nail is then filed and buffed smooth

  • Finally, if desired, a high gloss layer can be applied

  • A reconstructed toenail may be treated in exactly the same way as you would treat a normal nail, this means that you can also apply nail varnish and use a nail varnish remover

Orthotics and insoles

If you suffer from foot problems such as plantar fasciitis, bunions, heel spurs, or flat feet, you know how painful and frustrating it can be. You may have tried different shoes, exercises, or medications, but nothing seems to help. Our experienced team of podiatrists can offer you an assessment and orthotics just for you. They are designed to provide optimal support, cushioning, and alignment for your feet, reducing pain and improving your posture. Our insoles are made of high-quality materials that are durable, breathable, and comfortable. They fit in most types of shoe and are easy to maintain. You will feel the difference as soon as you put them on! Don’t let foot problems ruin your day. Book your appointment for your foot problems today and enjoy the benefits of healthy and happy feet!


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