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Last updated: 21 Apr 2020
- Gait analysis
Jo has been practicing podiatry since 1989. Having qualified from Brighton University she began her career working with the NHS at QEII Hospital in Hertfordshire specialising in and working within the Multidisciplinary Diabetes Team.
In 1999 Jo took time to become a mother and return back to work this time establishing a private practice specialising in biomechanics, gait analysis and podopaeiatrics.
Since then Jo has become an established specialist in her field and enjoys a god working relationship with a range of health care practitioners which includes GP's, Physiotherapists, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, Rheumatologists, Paediatricians and more.
Jo has a satellite practice in central London and across Hertfordshire where she works from several private hospitals offering sessions on selected days of the week.
Areas of interest
Podiatry adult and Children; Ingrown Toenails; Ingrown Toenail Surgery; Nail Fungus; Foot Fungus; Local Anaesthetic Procedures; Foot and Heel Pain; Diabetic Foot Infections; Biomechanics and Gait Analysis; Ankle Pain; Sports Injuries; Shin Splints; Compartment Syndrome; Knee Pain; Achilles Tendonitis; Hallux Valgus ('bunion'); Hallux Rigidus; Plantar Fasciitis; Metatarsalgia; Morton's Neuroma; Posterior Tibial Tendonitis; Rheumatoid Disorders; Soft Tissue Disorders; Orthotics; Orthoses; Foot Supports; Orthopaedic and Surgical Footwear; Verruca Infection; Cryotherapy; Children (0-6 years of age); Children (7-18 years of age); Gait and Postural Problems in Paediatrics; Sever's Disease; Paediatric Appliances and AFO's; Richie Brace; Hypermobility Assessment; Advice and Management; Full access to X-Ray and Ultrasound; Ponseti Serial Casting for Paediatrics.
- BSc Podiatry Brighton University 1989
Affiliations / memberships
Health Care Professions Council
Society of Chiropodist and Podiatrist
Post treatment communication
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