As a Podiatrist with over 20 years experience, I understand much about the foot & its ailments. And although many people contact me for diagnostics (“There is something on my foot & I don’t know what it is”), the majority of my work is simple, routine foot-care – something that I call ‘Foot Maintenance’. By undertaking to this routine ‘care’ task (cutting toenails & managing problematic hard-skin) on a regular basis, I can help people keep their feet comfortable – something that is extremely important, especially for those with older feet. It also allows me to keep an eye out for potential serious issues that can occur on the feet & lower limbs.
As a visiting practitioner, if you live in the Reading, Basingstoke or New Alresford areas, I can come to you. So if you need an appointment, please contact me on: 01189 67 58 53
A little bit about me..
Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Pod, MCPod, Health & Care Professions Registered
Dan is a highly experienced Podiatrist with over 20 years experience in dealing with common (& some not-so-common) conditions of the feet.
Following an 8 year stint the British Army & having an interest in how the human body operates, Dan started his training to become a Podiatrist in 1998. Initially completing a ‘Chiropodists’ course in 2000, he decided to top-up his qualification & attend the University of Southampton – eventually graduating with an Honours degree in Podiatry in 2004. From university he then gained valuable experience in the profession as part of a high-risk podiatry team within the NHS.
If you need help, call me today on: 01189 67 58 53 & put your feet in safe hands.
“Dan has been my podiatrist for around 15 years and I have always found his manner extremely professional and caring. My medical history is quite complex and I have always had great confidence that the breadth of his knowledge will cover any issues I may have. I have recommended him to friends who are also very pleased with his services and I would not hesitate to recommend him in the future”Carol, Reading, Berkshire