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 is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and the Health Care Professions Council. The Society is the largest professional body within the United Kingdom.

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!