I grew up in Stourbridge before going to study at Southampton University in 2016 for my Podiatry degree. I was fortunate to be able to work within the Portsmouth, Isle of Wight and Sheffield NHS trusts, while on placements to hone my practical skills. After graduating with a first-class honour, I moved back home to be able to pursue my love for musculoskeletal podiatry and research based practice.
Since then, I have gained a wider scope of knowledge through my practice that continues to grow to this day. I aim to use current research to provide you with best quality treatment, whether it be routine chiropody, a diabetic check or during a biomechanical assessment. I hope to treat anyone I see as I would want to be treated. I understand that your feet are usually the least valued and most feared part of our bodies and I hope I can instil some of the passion I have for them into you!
Outside of work, I love to travel and have an interest in painting, which keeps my motor skills fine-tuned and allows me to be creative. I also acquired a modest collection of houseplants over lockdown and enjoy unwinding by tending to my indoor garden.