Podiatry & Chiropody for Ashford and Canterbury

Tom graduated from the University of Brighton in 2001 in Podiatry and is continually updating his knowledge. He has completed his Masters Degree in the Principles of Podiatric Surgery.
He has worked within the National Health Service for a number of years gaining experience with a wide variety of patient groups. Now in private practice he helps patients with routine Podiatric care (Chiropody) as well as assessing, diagnosing and treating patients with foot pain as well as pain from the mechanics of the lower limb.
Within his career he has worked with the Ministry of Defence, provided a number of various lectures and presentations to professions including Medics, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists and Sports Massage Therapists. He now works as an independant Podiatrist at a number of locations as well as having taught as a Clinical Educator for The University of Brighton on the undergraduate Podiatry programme.
Tom works with members of the general public to elite and professional sports people. Helping them be more comfortable, reduce pain and improve performance in their chosen activities. 
Over his career he has worked with;
New Balance UK, Gillingham FC, Kent CCC.
Tom has also provided services on a voluntary basis at;
The Brighton Marathon, The London Marathon, The Commonwealth Games, Glastonbury.