Welcome to Axis Podiatry®

Assessment, diagnosis and treatment for problems of the foot and associated structures FOR ATHLETES, CLUBS AND INDIVIDUALS.

As a doctorate level podiatrist with 20 years NHS experience and over 15 years experience working in professional sport, I will assess your foot biomechanics and advise how to correct them depending on your level of activity, occupation and footwear, resulting in a decrease or elimination of symtoms such as foot & ankle, lower limb or back pain.

Biomechanical Assessment

A special assessment which enables me to decide which is the most appropriate method to improve and support the way you walk.

GaitScan Analysis

Complimentary to the Biomechanical assessment, this system analyses gait and detects unusual foot functions which may be affecting other parts of the body.

Orthotic Prescription

Using my knowledge and experience I will design an orthotic prescription taking in to consideration the podiatric biomechanical assessment, the results of the Gaitscan, the sport you are involved in and your preferred footwear.

Armaskin anti-blister socks

UK Distributor of Armaskin anti-blister socks

Lindsay has started to sell these skins to wear under your socks because they are just soooo good!!!!

Latest News

ARMASKIN UK – ‘THE EVIDENCE’

This is my final blog of 2017 and is all about the Armaskin anti-blister socks I have been lucky enough to start stocking this year. I am currently the only UK supplier of these socks and what can I say about them but ‘amazing’. They are all...

WHY AM I DIFFERENT AND WHAT IS A GAIT SCAN?

I am a podiatrist with almost 20 years of experience assessing and treating foot problems not just in private practice but also at an extended scope level within the NHS. Why is this important or even relevant??? Well, my work in the NHS has given me so much...

BUYING SCHOOL SHOES; IT’S REALLY NOT THAT DIFFICULT

I know I’m a podiatrist so buying shoes for my kids is probably easier for me than most mums but I was surprised at the recent fuss made over school shoes for girls. Are Clarks really being discriminatory? Or are they just like any business that needs to make a profit...

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