DROGHEDA | BALBRIGGAN | INCHICORE | CLONDALKIN | COLLINS AVENUE, DONNYCARNEY

Opening Hours : Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm | Sat: (Drogheda & Balbriggan only) 9am-1pm

About us

Hayes & Associates is a group of Podiatry Foot Clinics established by Donal Hayes in 1989. Over the past 20 years we have established five clinics in the Dublin City and greater Dublin area. All our Podiatrists are UK degree trained with a minimum qualification of a Batchelor of Science degree in Podiatric Medicare. Hayes & Associates is committed to continuous professional development with all the practitioners undergoing courses in the latest developments in Podiatric Medicare. We are health professionals who are primarily concerned with the care of the feet and the lower limbs. Our Podiatrists deal with a variety of foot problems and complaints, ranging from the treatment of painful corns and callusous to advice on footwear, assessment of foot functions or minor surgical procedures.
Donal Hayes - Owner and Principal Practitioner

About myself
I qualified from Glasgow Caledonian University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Podiatric Medicine.
I returned to Ireland to establish the group of Hayes & Associates Podiatry Practices. On my return I began practice in Balbriggan and these clinics have now expanded to Drogheda, Skerries, Clondalkin and Inchicore.
I have hand picked an excellent team to work around me from the courteous and friendly reception staff who demonstrate incredible efficiency and empathy with our clients.
I also picked a team of highly qualified podiatrists to work alongside me who are not just excellent podiatrist but also demonstrate great people skills.
Since qualifying I believe it is very important to keep up to date with current podiatric developments and I attend several continuous development courses each year so that we can provide the latest therapies to our clients.


"We are committed to providing an excellence in patient care through our professional care team,  utilising the latest developments in podiatric medicine."