Shuropody York is located at 8 Feasegate, York YO1 8SQ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Shuropody York and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Tatjana Jelinska

5 Google Rating

Excellent doctor!

5/ 5

Excellent doctor!

Lisa

1 Google Rating

Terrible. If you want next to no treatment whatsoever but to listen to 'twittering' about foot shape

1/ 5

Terrible. If you want next to no treatment whatsoever but to listen to 'twittering' about foot shape (plus a cut out of your foot on an A4 piece of paper which is always useful??) Cath is ideal.

Bethany Frost-lunn

1 Google Rating

Although I went here awhile a go the staff behind the reception bit seemed rude, as if judging me by

1/ 5

Although I went here awhile a go the staff behind the reception bit seemed rude, as if judging me by my age when I said I needed treatment on my corns, she looked at me funny and just said oh. I was in there for only about 20 minutes if that, the person who saw me was nice but she only removed my hard skin and when asked if she could remove my corns she did not and said there was no need. Cost alot of money for not even 30 minutes in there and only half the job done. I had a friends wedding later on that week, after walking not even ten minutes in my small heeled boots I got the worst blisters of my life underneath both my feet that had got right down to my new skin and the dead skin was just peeling off. It took atleast a month for them to heal properly and for me to walk on them fully again. When talking to another professional before christmas and showing them photos of my blisters they stated that it shouldn't of happened and that they took too much skin off in one go. I advise people who are looking for a good service not to go there and take your money somewhere else, im still yet to recieve an email back from them after my complaint.

Clare Burnard

1 Google Rating

Wish I had read the reviews before going.

1/ 5

Wish I had read the reviews before going.

Catherine Bentley

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

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