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In most cases your appointment will be face to face. If we need to change this to a virtual appointment we will be in contact with you via email with your Zoom details.

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You can book appointments online for yourself or for someone else. To book a follow up appointment please contact the hospital directly.

To book online and secure an appointment you will need to pay at the time of booking. Your chosen appointment slot will be held for 20 minutes while you complete the booking form.

We accept Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards.

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Mr Tanvir Khokhar

Podiatrist

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Mr Tanvir Khokhar

Podiatrist

MChS DpodM

Professional profile:

I qualified in 1980 as a State Registered Podiatrist at The London Foot Hospital which is now amalgamated with the University College Hospital, London.

I have worked both in Primary and Secondary Care over the years in London, Trafford and Liverpool gaining valuable experience in managing podiatry patients across both care services and have trained in diabetes, rheumatology, dermatology orthopeadics, wound care and specialised in treating foot and ankle patients with complex pathologies.

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You can book appointments for yourself or someone else using this online booking service.

To book online and secure an appointment you will need to pay at the time of booking. Once you’ve chosen your appointment slot it will be held for 20 minutes while you complete the details needed to confirm.

We will ask you for details of the symptoms you wish to discuss with the Consultant and when you first noticed these.

We accept Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards.