Michael qualified from Southampton University with a Podiatry degree in 2006. After qualifying Michael was offered a prestigious position in the local NHS in Southampton where he gained experience in all aspects of podiatry. His main focus is on human movement and analysing people’s gait concentrating on musculoskeletal conditions.

Michael has been lead clinician in the ‘At risk Foot team’ within the NHS, helping prevent mainly diabetic patients from having amputations associated with the complications that diabetes can bring.

In 2008 Michael then left the NHS to go and work for the one of the worlds leading and UKs largest orthotic manufacturer. Where he was the lead podiatrist for nearly 5 years. In his role there he helped to develop products and an educational programme, which he delivered to thousands of UK healthcare professionals.

Michael has also delivered this educational programme internationally from Portugal to Saudi Arabia. Michael has carried out a number of clinics at some of the UKs largest employers such as BAE systems, Coca Cola and sports teams.

At the start of 2013 Michael left LBG Medical and started working in Full time private practice in a number of clinics across London treating a wide range of lower limb and podiatric conditions. His main focus is on human movement and analysing people’s gait concentrating on musculoskeletal conditions. Michael has played multiple sports to a high level including national league basketball and rugby in London South East division 1.

Michael carries out homeless foot care clinics for the charity Forgotten Feet and Crisis at Christmas. He has recently been made the London area lead helping for Forgotten Feet helping grow the service offered to multiple homeless shelters in London.

Some of the issues Michael treats includes:

  • Painful irritations of the feet including corns, calluses & bunions
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Athletes foot
  • Veruccae
  • Mortons Neuroma
  • Arch trouble
  • Sports injuries
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Circulation difficulties in the lower extremities often caused by diabetes.

Michael is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HPC Reg CH26358)

Appointments can be made with Michael on:

  • Monday: 12pm - 8pm
  • Tuesday: 9am - 12.30pm
  • Wednesday & Friday: 9am - 1pm

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