Mary graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in 1994 with a BSc in Chiropody/ Podiatry with distinction.
She was awarded the class prize for Theory of Podiatry.
Before entering the world of feet Mary enjoyed a successful 12 year career in nursing. She has 3 nursing qualifications, 2 of which are in specialist areas.
Her nursing work took her to Birmingham, London and Bristol and she also spent 3 years as a nurse manager of a multi- speciality ward in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
She then went on to spend a further 3 years as a senior nurse at the Matilda private hospital in Hong Kong.
This wealth of nursing experience along with her training in podiatry is reflected in the fine standards on offer at the clinic.
Sasha graduated with a 1st class honours degree in Podiatry from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh.
During her training, Sasha received awards for clinical excellence in year 2, academic excellence in year 3 and also the Bailey's Memorial Prize in year 3.
Sasha also has wide ranging experience in customer facing roles and has several years experience working with and supporting people with learning disabilities at Enable Scotland and Ark Housing.
She is a polite, friendly and focussed practitioner who strives to work to the highest standards at all times.
Rhys graduated with an honours degree from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in 2016 and has several years’ experience working in private practice.
He is highly enthusiastic about all aspects of foot care with a special interest in manipulation of the foot and ankle and soft tissue mobilisation.
Rhys is a warm, friendly and approachable practitioner who enjoys his work.
*** Currently on Maternity Leave until Spring 2019 ***
Justyna graduated with an honours degree in Podiatry from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in 2011.
She has been our Associate Podiatrist at the clinic since January 2012.
A highly motivated, cheerful and friendly practitioner, Justyna's clinical skills are exceptional and she enjoys all areas of her work.
An indispensible and valuable member of our team.
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