Sam graduated from Salford University with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatry and is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council. This is legal recognition of being ‘fit to practice.’
She is also a member of the professional body for podiatrists, the College of Podiatry, and attends the annual conference and other (CPD) events to ensure that her knowledge and core skills in musculoskeletal care are up-to-date.
Sam delivers a professional service to meet individual client needs, referring to other healthcare professionals appropriately. Her holistic, friendly approach is clear from the first time you meet her.
During her undergraduate studies, she worked in many NHS clinics across Greater Manchester and was placed at Salford Royal Hospital for a multidisciplinary foot care clinic. She also volunteered to work at the Homeless Clinic, an NHS 2018 initiative.
Foot issues often impact negatively on daily life and she gains great job satisfaction from knowing she is alleviating pain. Healthy feet, healthy life!