At Shand Podiatry, we understand the importance of caring for your feet, and that’s why we offer exceptional chiropody treatment in Aberdeen.

Taking care of your feet is incredibly important, especially if you’re experiencing any pain or discomfort. That’s where Shand Podiatry comes in.

Our skilled practitioners are dedicated to providing quality care for your feet by treating a variety of conditions such as corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, and more.

With our team of highly trained and experienced podiatrists, you can trust that your feet are in good hands. Whether you’re dealing with a specific issue or just want to ensure the overall health of your feet, Shand Podiatry can help.

We take a personalized approach to each patient, ensuring that you receive the care you need to get back on your feet (pun intended) and feeling your best.

We use the latest techniques and equipment to ensure that each patient receives personalized attention and the highest level of care possible.

Don’t let foot pain hold you back – reach out to the team at Shand Podiatry and take that first step towards better foot health.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the caring touch of Shand Podiatry.

Chiropody involves the treatment of nail and skin lesions. Common conditions that we treat at the clinic are:


Thick mass of hard skin usually forming on the balls of your feet, heels and toe joints.We reduce the excessive overlying tissue to a smooth finish with a scalpel and often finish with a lightly abrasive drill. The treatment is pain free.


Localised thickened area forming on a bony prominence. Classically on the outside of the little toe joint or on the balls of the feet. We recuce the thickened mass of tissue using a scalpel and then cover/dress the area.Often deflective padding or deflective insoles are recommended to reduce the rate of recurrance.


Either one side or both sides of the toenail curve in towards the flesh. If they penetrate the soft flesh at the side of the toe often bacteria enters the cut and infection results.Treatment involves removal of the offending spur of nail with or without anaesthetic depending on the severity of the problem. In chronic situation when conservative treatment is unsuccessful, we recommend that the side of the nail plate is permanently removed (nail surgery)


Essentially, these are warts on the soles of the feet caused by the HPV (human papilloma virus). We treat these lesions by first reducing the overlying tissue and then using either an acid based preperation, cryotherapy(cold spray) or needling the lesion under local anaesthesia to induce an immune response.


Thick hard skin with deep cracks.We treat this by reducing the thick tissue and applying a strong emollient cream(moisturiser)


The coloured, thickened mass of infected nail tissue is reduced using a water spray drill and either a course of antifungal lacquer is prescribed or we recommend you ask your doctor for a course of oral terbinafine (oral antifungal drug)

Our Staff


Scott Shand BSc Pod

Director and head Podiatrist

Scott specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle pathology using an evidence based approach to treatment.
Scott is also the director of leading custom orthotic lab, Epione. Epione design and manufacture 3d printed orthotics for clinics throughout the UK. Scott has worked with PGA tour professionals and Scottish premiership football clubs.


Pamela and Sandra are our front of house team. They are always on hand to answer your questions and queries in a friendly and professional manner.


Bethany Skinner BSc Pod


Hi, my name is Bethany and I have recently joined the team at Shand Podiatry.
I graduated from Queen Margaret University in 2021 with Bcs Hons in Podiatry.
I started my career working for NHS Grampian before making the decision to join Shand Podiatry in April of this year.
My interest in podiatry started when I was 15. I was curious to learn about an injury I had sustained through highland dancing. This interest while being treated led me to pursue an education and career in podiatry.
In my free time I still enjoy highland dancing although no longer competitively. I also enjoy helping out on the family farm and spending time with my friends and family.
I am looking forward to taking the next step in my career, and advancing my scope of practice.



Absolutely top-notch service. A friendlier place you will not find! Everyone is so pleasant, patient, they really listen to you and address your concerns like the true professionals they are. They are knowledgeable and the results were fantastic. Highly recommend The Shand Practice.


“Central location with on street parking outside. Great service and flexible appointments. I have been to the practice for various injuries and pains such as ‘shin splints’ and plantar plate issues. Treatment included; massage, acupuncture, review on how I was running (treadmill) and I was also given exercises to do at home and lots information and tips to stop the problem reoccurring. I would like to thank Scott as it never has! A family run business who care about their clients and the results.”



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