Jill Dyer is the principal podiatrist and practice owner. Jill studied her three year full time course at the University of Brighton, qualifying in 1989. Jill gained a Diploma in Podiatric Medicine and a Batchelor of Science degree in Podiatry.
Jill worked in the NHS for over 20 years, gaining invaluable experience in all areas of podiatry but specialising in podiatry care for people with diabetes, working as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in a busy hospital department. For several years Jill held the role of Practice Development Podiatrist, responsible for implementing evidence-based practice and developing clinical guidance across a number of NHS organisations.
Following the birth of her son in 2002 Jill decided to reduce her NHS hours and established her private practice.
Jill attends monthly branch meetings of the College of Podiatry and participates in regular training events to continue her professional development. Jill holds an MSc in Behavioural Biology and Healthcare.
Jill has lived in Lingfield since 2001 with her husband and children. She loves reading and theatre trips and you will see her walking her dog around the village most mornings.
“I genuinely love my work and consider myself fortunate to be a member of a profession which rewards me with such instant job satisfaction”
Miss Wiebke Arnolds works as an associate of the practice. She holds a BSc in Podiatry from the University of Brighton and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. She has a wide experience of podiatry gained working for the NHS. Wiebke specialises in the care of feet at high risk of complications from conditions such as diabetes.