Lewis Durlacher

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Durlacher, Lewis (1792-1864), chiropodist, was born probably in Warwickshire, the son of Solomon Abraham Durlacher (1757-1845), chiropodist and dentist, and his wife, Elizabeth Harris. He learnt the craft of chiropody from his father, in Bath, Somerset. About 1816 Durlacher commenced practice at 22 St James’s Street, London. He later practices at 15 Old Burlington Street, London.

Held appointment as Surgeon-Chiropodist to the Medical Department of the Royal Household of King George IV , King William IV and Queen Victoria.

Wrote: A Treatise on Corns, Bunions, The Diseases of Nails and the General Management of the Foot (published by Simpkin, Marshall and Co in 1845)

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Durlacher’s Corn | A Treatise On Corns, Bunions: The Diseases Of Nails, And The General Management Of The Feet | ‘Festered Corn’

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