HCPC No. CH14825
Lee Brown qualified in 2000 from University College Northampton. Lee worked in the NHS as a Podiatrist until 2008. He now works full time in private practice and is joint owner and practice manager of My Two Feet.
He has previously volunteered for Crisis in London.
Lee is our nail surgery lead.
HCPC No. CH14118
Stephanie Brown qualified in 1998 from University of Central England in Birmingham.
Steph worked for 16 years as a Specialist Podiatrist in the NHS. Her role included working in the hospital setting for the Diabetes Team treating high risk diabetics as well as routine clinics. She has a certificate in Diabetes Care from the University of Warwick.
She has previously volunteered for Crisis in London.
Steph has worked in private practice since 2014 and is joint practice owner of My Two Feet.
HCPC No. CH14135
Debbie qualified with a BSc (Hons) Podiatry degree from Matthew Boulton College in Birmingham in 1998 and has worked continuously in the profession since.
For the first 18 year Debbie worked full-time for Dudley NHS where she developed a wide range of Podiatry skills including removal of toenails under local anaesthesia (nail surgery), the prevention and treatment of foot ulcers, Diabetic assessments and general routine clinic appointments for patients with a variety of medical complaints.
She branched out into the private sector in 2016 and now splits her time between the NHS and Private Practice.
Debbie prides herself on being welcoming & approachable and always giving a very thorough treatment.
HCPC No. CH31499
Anna qualified from Aston University in 2009 with a First Class Batchelor of Science Honours degree in Podiatry Medicine.
Since qualifying Anna has worked in a variety of environments and a combined mixture of settings.
Anna worked as Podiatrist for the NHS for two years between 2009 and 2011. She also worked as a Podiatrist for a private healthcare hospital for seven years between 2012 and 2019.
Anna has been a private practitioner since qualifying and as an Associate for this practice since 2015.
HCPC No. CH19441
Bethan qualified in 2004 from University College Northampton. She has worked for the NHS for 16 years and has a keen interest in musculoskeletal podiatry and ingrowing toenails.
Bethan has previously worked for the London Marathon and Silverstone Half Marathon medical teams treating a variety of lower limb problems.
HCPC No. CH34704
Jon came into Podiatry late, and accidentally, having had a 20+ year career in IT as a freelance Analyst Programmer.
Deciding on a change of career after being introduced to Podiatry via his wife's ingrowing toenail, he graduated from Aston University in 2017 and began in private practice immediately. He was offered the chance to join My Two Feet shortly after graduation and also started his own mobile business,
The career change has meant that Jon has been fortunate enough to have discovered the difference between a job and a passion.
He is married with 13 year old son, has published one novel and is trying to summon the energy (and ideas) for a second.
HCPC No. CH28482
Helen qualified inn 2007 from Matthew Boulton College in Birmingham. Since qualifying she has worked as a Podiatrist for the NHS, including a two year secondment in the Diabetes Specialist Team.
Although Helen has a specific interest in wound care, her NHS Podiatry role also included performing nail surgery and routine clinics.
Helen has worked in private practice as an associate of My Two Feet since 2015.
HCPC No. CH09587
Angus qualified from the Birmingham School of Chiropody in 1987. He worked for the NHS for 25 years in East Anglia and the West Midlands. During that time his roles included Clinical lecturer at Birmingham School
Of Chiropody, Clinical Specialist Advisor and Team Leader for Care Quality Commission.
Since 2002 Angus has worked in Private Practice.
His claim to fame is being a Judge at Crufts Dog Show.
HCPC No. CH28645
Catherine qualified from The University of Northampton in 2007 and worked full time in the NHS for 10 years, gaining lots of experience in all aspects of podiatry. She has worked part time in the NHS since then and now primarily works in MSK clinics. She also enjoys carrying out routine treatments and new patient assessments.
Michelle joined the team at My Two Feet three years ago after working for 23 years within the financial industry. Firstly for Britannia building society and then Co-Op bank, gaining many years of customer service experience.
She now works part time as one of our receptionists and considers herself very lucky to have a great work / life balance and be part of a both professional and very friendly team at My Two Feet.
She also works part time at the local primary school - St James’s, believing Wollaston is a great place to work and live.
Wendy has worked as a receptionist at My Two Feet since the clinic opened in 2011.
Previously, she was employed by Dudley MBC. Wendy has had the pleasure of getting to know many of the patients over the years.
Your mobility & general well-being can have a direct relationship to the health of your feet. When you consider that a person walks over 75,000 miles (or nearly two and a half times round the world) in the average lifetime, it's easy to understand why we develop foot problems. Some problems are inherited, and some develop from illnesses in middle age, or from the pressure of ill-fitting shoes.
Whether this is your first contact with us or you are an existing patient, we will offer you a warm friendly service always putting your needs and requirements first. If you require regular routine maintenance to keep your feet comfortable, advice on a particular condition or a six monthly 'MOT' we can help you.
The Podiatrists (Chiropodists)
All of our podiatrists have completed a three year degree at university prior to being registered by the Health & Care Professions Council to practice within both the NHS and Private sector.
To maintain their registration, our podiatrists update their knowledge and clinical skills through continuing professional development as required by the Health & Care Professions Council.
As a team, our podiatrists have gained many years experience within both the NHS and the private sector giving us the ability to cater for all lower limb requirements including specialist areas such as Diabetes, Biomechanics and Nail Surgery.
All registered practitioners are issued with registration numbers and valid certificates from the UK Government's Regulatory Body, the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC). This ensures quality assurance and professional standard of care with continuous professional development.
If in doubt:
1. Ask your practitioner for their HCPC number which you can check by clicking on the HCPC logo on the footer.
2. Check your podiatrist is insured. Our podiatrists are members of the College of Podiatry, the largest independent professional body in the UK representing registered Chiropodists and Podiatrists. This guarantees that they are fully insured.