I chose to contact Sean because of the on line reviews. I was not disappointed. He is professional and the quality of care and attention is very reassuring. I do not hesitate to recommend his services.
As a runner suffering with a long history of glute pain I decided on recommendation from a running friend to visit the surgery for a consultation.
I was diagnosed as a chronic pronator and offered some orthotic insoles, glad to say that the glute issue has subsided and now running pain free and looking forward to Manchester marathon in April.
I cant recommend the surgery highly enough, a very pleasant and knowledgeable man.
I want to thank Sean for his perseverance and utterly professional manner in which he treated my particularly nasty mosaic verruca. I had tried unsuccessfully for 2 years with cryotherapy and various liquid treatments prescribed by my GP. As a last resort, I went to Sean who suggested I consider Swift microwave emblation. Because of the severity of the verruca, I had to undergo several treatments which, whilst expensive, are clearly effective. I was sceptical at first, but my reservations were completely unfounded as I am now rid of this verruca. I am very happy to recommend Sean and the Swift microwave emblation.
With out doubt Mr O'Mahony personifies excellence in his field . I have visited several Podiatrists over the years and Mr Mahony's surgery has proven with out doubt to be the most successful in managing persistently difficult issues and his ability with microwave emblation is astounding , I would suggest that he is pre eminent in his field and worthy of a value for money consultation
I can’t thank Sean enough. I had been suffering from piriformis syndrome injury from running for the last 6 months which I just could not shake. I tried everything, including replacing my running shoes twice, digital video gate analysis and finally referral to physiotherapy. I happened to see Sean re: a persistent verruca and split nail. Sean spotted immediately that I had very flat feet and recommended I consider orthotic inserts. Well. What can I say, within days of wearing them the piriformis syndrome has gone. I now wear the inserts all the time and just transfer them from shoe to shoe as I find they help even when walking. read more