We don't know much about her history, just that she was bought to the clinic from Austria for treatment.
We thought it was Bumblefoot (which I've seen a few times before in chickens) which reading online can happen in many ways, namely when a talon pierces the skin on the bottom of the foot which heals enclosing bacteria and causes infection, from trauma or from improper perching.
He anaesthetised her with gas and had a good look at her feet, confirming it was Bumblefoot in both feet. Using a little scoopy instrument (technical term) he got out the infection, thoroughly cleaned it with Betadine and applied an antibiotic Bumblefoot Cream to dry it all up; the girls bandaged both feet and woke her up.
The clinic made up a solution for us to apply to the bandaged each day to keep it clean and dry it out and we'll take her back to have them re-dressed on Monday.
They used yellow vet wrap but if you look closely you can just see them bandaged up...