HCPC registered Podiatrist
I attended the Sussex School of Podiatry graduating in 1987.
Initially I worked in the NHS gaining invaluable experience in all aspects of podiatry. Following the birth of my daughter in 2003 I decided to reduce my NHS hours and began working privately based at Ingledale.
I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and I am also a member of the College of Podiatry. Both these associations regulate clinical working practices ensuring that I provide an up to date, safe quality treatment.
In my spare time I enjoy golf, running and walking my dogs so I feel that I can empathise with my patients when they experience problems that affect the enjoyment of their chosen activity.
I offer a professional but friendly service and am always happy to discuss your foot problems.
I also offer a domiciliary service if you are unable to attend appointments at Ingledale.
Description of therapy
Podiatry is a clinical speciality dealing with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of foot and lower limb conditions.
Conditions that can be treated include the following:-
- Routine nail care
- Problem nails – ingrown nails; thickened nails; traumatised nails
- Fungal nails – can perform a 5 minute fungal test to confirm presence of fungal spores and then treat appropriately
- Callus and corn treatments
- Heel fissures/cracks
- Heel pain
- Diabetic foot management
- Footwear advice
- Bespoke silicon toe devices
- Provision of insoles
The above list is not exhaustive so please contact me if you would like to discuss any concerns with me before booking an appointment.
Tel: 07837 900288