Jill Dyer qualified in 1989, becoming a State Registered Podiatrist.
She joined the National Health Service in Croydon where she worked for over 20 years, gaining experience in all areas of podiatry. She held a specialist role in the care of the diabetic foot, working as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in a busy hospital outpatients department for several years.
Jill was the Practice Development Podiatrist responsible for implementing evidence-based practice and developing clinical guidance across a number of NHS organisations before leaving to set up in private practice.
She now provides a wide range of podiatry care, treating all age ranges – from children to the elderly.
Jill also holds an MSc in Behavioural Biology and Healthcare.
Leonardo Da Vinci said: “The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.”
It’s only when it goes wrong that we seem to appreciate its importance and complexity!