Jane graduated with a BSc Honours degree in Podiatry in 2009. She has treated many conditions of the foot that include ingrowing toenails, corns, verrucas and fungal infections.
Jane has formed professional working relationships with many healthcare professionals and provides her expertise on a consultancy basis or via direct referral.
Through the use of the latest techniques and foot care methodology, Jane is committed to helping patients achieve and maintain the best foot care possible.
Jane has previously worked for a large multi-national company in Customer Service and Quality Assurance. Her expertise in this area ensures that customers of The Vale Foot Clinic receive a first class service.
Tanya has worked in various specialist fields within the NHS over the past 20 years, some of which have included diabetic foot clinics, wound healing clinics, wound research, dermatology and orthopaedic rehabilitation. Tanya has a particular interest in the diabetic foot, common foot complaints i.e. corns/ callous and skin related foot complaints i. e. psoriasis/ eczema. Tanya is committed to achieving best practice along Clinical Governance guidelines on healthcare and evidence based management, she is committed to continuous professional development and aims to provide patients with the best treatment for their needs.
Alan is a HCPC registered Podiatrist with over 25 years’ experience as a clinician in foot and ankle care having worked in the NHS, independent practice and in podiatry education.
He is highly experienced at assessing and treating all foot and ankle problems and can provide assessment, advice and treatment ranging from general foot care through to musculoskeletal pains and deformities and minor surgery.
He is a visiting and consulting Podiatrist to several podiatry centres and has experience in general podiatry, musculoskeletal podiatry, minor surgery, podiatric surgery, diagnostic imaging, sports podiatry, personal injury and insurance assessments.
Alan can offer help with many common foot and ankle problems including ingrown and problem toe nails, foot and ankle pains, verrucae, painful joints, walking problems etc.
He specialises in providing treatments such as minor surgery for nail and skin problems, cryosurgery, needling for verrucae and is highly experienced in providing treatments under local anaesthesia to minimise pain and discomfort. Alan can offer a range of injection therapies for painful joints and feet and a range of conservative treatments such as taping, insoles and orthoses for foot pains and walking problems.
Alan is also a keen and experienced clinical educator with a strong background in providing podiatry teaching, training, cpd and mentoring for colleagues and students.
He holds registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and annotation in the use of local anaesthesia and prescription only medicines. He holds a Fellowship in Surgery of the College of Podiatrists, a Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and is a member of the Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists.