After finishing my A-Levels, I was one of the lucky students to be offered a scholarship to study Podiatric Medicine at University of East London. After completing my undergraduate education in 2013, I gained registration with the Health Professional Council (HPC) and became a full member of the Society of Chiropodists Podiatrists, UK.
As a student, I worked for different NHS trusts across London and after graduating I pursued my career as a podiatrist in the private sector continuously. I come from a big family of four siblings, raised in the beautiful city of Cardiff, South Wales. I decided to move to London in 2009 to progress my career, to live independently and get to explore a whole new city where I got a chance to make some wonderful friends.
I get a joy from helping others and I believe in treating people the way I want to be treated. Growing up I have volunteered for many different charity organisations to help the community and the less fortunate around the world. The most recent charity I got involved in was Human Appeal where I got the pleasure of sponsoring an orphan for a year.
I always add a lot of value to my patient’s treatments by being innovative, open minded and staying up to date with my current evidence base which allows me to give everyone the highest level of care which can be tailored to their needs. I have a passion for knowledge and look for ways to learn and improve my skills as I believe it’s essential to continuously learn to be successful.