Mary Rigal and her team of Associates look forward to helping you with your footcare.
"In 1988 I qualified with a diploma from the London foot hospital, before spending a further 18 months in 2005 converting my diploma into a degree at St. Margaret's Universilty. I first worked for the NHS in the Surbiton and Chessington areas.
In 1991 I set up my private practice, and watched it grow with the help of my associates.
I thoroughly enjoy all areas of my practice, but find working with patients with dementia most rewarding."
"I qualified from the Chelsea School of Chiropody & Podiatry in 1985. I have been an associate podiatrist at Mary's practice for 15 years and have treated many patient's with varied conditions throughout my career "
Emma Le Guern
"I qualified from the University of Southampton in 2008. My experience includes high risk foot assessment and treatment, wound care, domiciliary and care home visiting, nail surgery, verruca needling, and I am an infection control link practitioner."
Initially Emma will be working at the Ewell clinic.
"Graduating from the University of Westminster in 1998, my first experience of working in podiatry was in the NHS. By 2000 I was in 5 different private clinics and enjoyed the freedom this gave me with regards to patient treatments and in part being my own boss. I suppose the best part of podiatry for me is getting your patients pain free and instantly making a difference. All within a short space of time."
Initially Kurt will be working at the Tolworth clinic.
Liz is a Diabetes Specialist Podiatrist from Kings College Hospital, who runs the dedicated Diabetic Foot & Assessment Clinic at our
West Ewell clinic on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Please enquire for available appointment times.