A NEW Hereford foot clinic has officially opened after moving from its previous home in a village just outside the city.

Infinite Podiatry and Physio was opened by Mayor of Hereford, Mark Dykes.

The opening was scheduled to happen in September, but had to cancelled due to the death of the Queen.

The clinic opened its doors to the public in late August after moving to its new base in St Peter's Street.

The historic building, thought to date from the 17th century, has remained empty for four years after previously being used as a Blue Cross charity shop.


Previously based in Madley and trading under the name Madley Foot Clinic since opening in 2019, it moved to Hereford with 800 existing patients and it expects to welcome hundreds more through its doors in the coming months.

Its physiotherapy team support patients with conditions including neck and shoulder pain, back pain, hip and knee pain, and foot and ankle conditions.

The centre opened at director Rachel Green's house in Madley during the Covid lockdown and she said they were inundated with requests.

She said it soon became apparent that the business would have to expand and took on another podiatrist to help meet the demand.


The clinic took ownership of the former pharmacy in St Peter's Street in May.

Ms Green spoke at the official opening on October 17 and said it was really exciting to be in the new clinic after months of getting the building ready.

She said: "The building had been empty for a good few years so we had a blank canvas to work from.

"We spent all of our free time getting the building ready and its fantastic to be finally open and to share this with the people of the city.