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Mark Graduated from Salford University College in 1985 with a BSc in Podiatry and Diploma of Anaesthesia. He covers all areas of Podiatry including the specialist areas of Biomechanics and minor nail surgery. Mark also manufactures Orthotics following biomechanical assessment and is skilled in advanced local anaesthetic techniques and diabetic foot care.
Mark volunteers for ‘Winter Watch’; a Christian charity providing foot care for the homeless and disadvantaged and has also provided Podiatric treatment to Athletes involved in the Manchester Marathon. Mark is currently the official club podiatrist for Blackburn Rovers Football Club as well as owner and practice manager for St George’s.
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Jill qualified from the Northern College of Chiropody in 1989 and has worked in both NHS and private practice. She joined ‘Scholl’ in 1990 and was responsible for developing the bespoke biomechanics and orthotics service, nail surgery and diabetic assessment provision for all ‘Scholl’ stores.
In 1993 she became the Principal of the ‘Scholl Chiropody Training Schools’ in Sheffield and Southport – responsible for training chiropodists for the private sector.
She became the Clinical Manager at Heswall and Prenton Chiropody, Wirral, in 2002 and joined the team at St George’s in 2007.
Jill has been a strong member of the Team at St George’s providing a comprehensive Podiatry service, specializing in nail surgery for over six years now and is very popular with both practitioners and clients of the clinic.
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Tracy has been working as a podiatrist for over 20 years both within the NHS and private practice. In that time she has gained vast experience in the treatment of the lower limb and foot. This ranges from the treatment of corns and callous, ingrowing toenails and nail surgery to patients with serious medical conditions such as diabetes or circulatory problems.
Her particular specialist field is in Podiatric Biomechanics and Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Diagnosis and Treatment. She is involved in the treatment of various patients often with complicated musculoskeletal problems which can also be beyond the lower limb, i.e. the spine, sacro-iliac joint, that need Podiatric input.
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