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I began my surgical training at West Middlesex University Teaching Hospital in 2001 where I passed my Podiatric Surgical exams and obtained my Fellowship of the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery and in 2006 was awarded the Osteotec Scholarship award.
In 2007 I commenced my Registrar Training at Ilkeston Community Hospital and in 2008 I moved to Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital (Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust) where I completed my registrar training and obtained my Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST).
Throughout my registrar training, I was mentored by both Podiatric and Orthopaedic surgeons, this provided me with invaluable knowledge and the skills to manage a range of foot pathology.
Currently, I hold a consultancy position at Central London Community Health Care NHS Trust based at Charing Cross Hospital. I am a clinical tutor and involved in both audit and research.
I specialise in the non and surgical management of foot pathology with a focus on forefoot pathology.
I see myself as being affable and open and always work with you, the patient, to provide a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs and circumstances.
I live in Hertfordshire with my wife and three children and enjoy activities including the gym, cycling and running.
Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust