We are all members of The College of Podiatry and registered with the Health Care Professions Council.
Podiatrist is a protected title. To verify that a practitioner is registered with the HCPC you can access the HCPC Online Register.
Jennifer Clayton (Muir) – Registered Podiatrist and Director, Certified Laser Specialist in Skin and Aesthetics
Jennifer has over 28 years podiatry experience having graduated in Podiatric Medicine in 1992 after undertaking 3 years full time training.She is also trained and certified in the use of local anaesthesia. Her career has included working as a specialist podiatrist managing diabetic, high risk and paediatric caseloads in the NHS, being responsible for lower limb anaesthesia for foot surgery where she worked for a Podiatric surgeon and she worked in Manitoba, Canada. Her work in Canada involved managing and treating high risk diabetics, general private practice clinics and setting up the first nail surgery clinic in Brandon.
Along with routine podiatry, Jennifer specialises in advanced podiatry treatments. She has also undertaken extensive training in dermatology and laser applications over the last 10 years and offers both thermal/vascular laser (1064nm NDYAG) and cold (Lunula) laser treatments. She is fully insured with Hamilton Fraser.
A keen sports participant, she knows the importance of healthy foot function. Jennifer enjoys running, riding her motorbike, completing 10k and half marathons and is a certified yoga teacher (yoga alliance)
Samantha Dedman – Registered Podiatrist
Samantha graduated from the University of Brighton with an honours degree in Podiatric Medicine and is qualified in local anaesthesia and Prescription only Medicines (POMs) sale and supply.
Samantha joined our practice in September 2017 and is also part of the team at Guildford Foot Clinic, after observing at both clinics during her student years.
Samantha continues to further her knowledge by attending numerous professional development days, courses and symposia to be able to offer the most current and effective treatments. Rooting from her sporting background she has a keen interest in biomechanics and is aspiring to specialise within this field.She is also fully trained in nail surgery under local anaesthesia, fully trained in the diagnosis, treatment and management of all Lunula laser and Clearanail treatments for onychomycosis (nail fungal infection), fully trained in a wide range of treatments for verrucae and general foot, skin and nail conditions.
Mr Deepak Pabari – Podiatric Surgeon
Mr Pabari has a reputation for excellence and meticulous attention to detail and is one of Surrey leading foot surgeons. He is the only Podiatric Surgeon in the UK who is also a medical doctor having qualified form the Medical School at Southampton University in 1996. Mr Pabari has been working for 16 years in Surrey and after training at West Middlesex University Hospital he attained a Fellowship in Podiatric Surgery in March 2000. He is also committed to undergraduate and postgraduate training and has been appointed as a visiting lecturer at Brighton University.
His ethos is to provide the very best personalised care and adopts a patient focused approach to his practice. Providing a clear, honest and balanced opinion in a supportive environment to enable patients to make the best choices about their treatment. Mr Pabari has extensive experience in treating foot and ankle conditions and a passion for working to deliver the very best results possible for each and every patient under his care.
To date, Mr Pabari has carried out over 3,300 surgical procedures on the foot and ankle. He has been running specialist foot and ankle clinics at Cobham Hospital, Epsom Day Surgery, Dorking Hospital and Surbiton Hospital and has an excellent record of outcomes documented systematically over the years. Regular audits have also supported good outcomes with low complication rates.
Mr Pabari is able to provide medical, surgical and orthotic management for the following foot and ankle conditions:
- Hallux valgus-bunions
- Hallux rigidus/limitus-arthritis of the great toe joint
- Hammer toes
- Tailor bunionette
- Ingrowing toenail
- Tendon injuries; Posterior tibial, Peroneal and Achilles tendonitis
- Heel pain; Plantar fasciitis and posterior heel pain
- Mid and rearfoot pain and arthritis
- Ankle pain and instability
- Ultrasound guided steroid injections for neuroma, plantar fasciitis and painful joints.
Anna qualified from the British School of Osteopathy with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy. Since then she has worked in several different clinics around the country as well as in Monaco and France.
She enjoys treating anyone from the elderly to children, expectant mother’s to sportspeople; tailoring the treatment to suit the patient and using a holistic approach to try to find a long term solution to the symptoms.
Using soft tissue and stretching techniques, manipulation and joint articulation, Anna will also give advice on changes you can make yourself such as stretches and setting up your workstation.
Osteopathy can be extremely helpful in reducing pain from ailments including: back and neck pain, nerve impingement, sciatica, joint pain and tennis elbow by promoting self healing from your body.