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Podiatrist Sara Williams BSc (Hons)

What does a Podiatrist do?

Podiatrists are independent healthcare professionals who deliver palliative, preventative, biomechanical, pharmacological and surgical interventions to the lower limb.

Foot care is essential for overall good health and wellbeing,  it is only when you experience foot pain that you realise the importance of your feet. This is why podiatry is a central part of the multidisciplinary team at The Complete Chiropractic Centre. Our aim is to improve your mobility, independence and quality of life.

Podiatrists do more than look at their patients’ feet. We can identify underlying disease processes which effect our mobility and well-being.  With a concise medical history and a careful analysis of your biomechanics and physiology we can recognise factors which cause injury. We can then help prevent further damage..

For work, for sport, for life …

Most problems can be eased on your first visit to the clinic.  With up-to-date advice and follow up appointments we aim to improve your foot health so that you can enjoy greater independence. Our podiatrists will formulate a treatment plan specific to your occupation, age, gender and aspirations, so whether you are a competitive athlete or struggling with day to day living, you will receive the same high level of care.

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Your Podiatrist

Sara Williams BSc (Hons)

Sara has attained a BSc (Hons) Degree in Podiatry from Plymouth University – a three year course with over a thousand hours working within NHS settings across the South West.

She is a registered podiatrist with the HCPC (Health Care Professions Council) who regulate all health care professionals and is a member of the MScH (Member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists).

Special interests include MSK (musculoskeletal and biomechanics ) Sara is also a member of the Devon Branch of MSK UK and attends meetings and courses to further develop her skills in this area. She has also worked on the P.A.L.S. (Peer Assisted Learning Scheme) with Plymouth University, educating children in school settings about podiatry and looking after their feet. Sara also worked during the Plymouth Half Marathon treating athletes before during and after the race.

She is qualified to perform and has additional entitlements to her qualification for nail surgery and administering local anaesthetic,she is also qualified to prescribe certain drugs POM (prescription only medication).

When not treating the feet and lower limbs, Sara likes to keep fit by going to the gym, doing circuits, running, cycling and swimming and walking with the family.

In her previous working life before Podiatry Sara was a Veterinary nurse for 12 years working in charity hospitals for the PDSA (Battersea and Plymouth branches) and then in private practice in Surrey and Exeter.

To book an appointment please telephone 01271 327444