Having graduated in 2013 with a 1st class honours degree in Podiatry from Queen Margaret University, I have gone on to practice at Specialist level in the NHS and in private practice, both in the UK and Canada. I have a special interest in musculoskeletal injuries, especially running related injuries, and love to work with people to understand the nature of their problem and the strategies we can use to improve their symptoms and achieve their goals.
I am passionate about constantly learning and developing my abilities to help my patients. As part of my commitment to great patient care, I have recently achieved a Masters degree in Podiatric Surgery, which included researching fatigue in runners and I have also gained accreditation in steroid injection therapy.
Since my return from Canada, I have settled back in the Scottish Borders, a stone’s throw from the family farm where I grew up. Outside of work, I am a keen amateur cook, traveler, hiker and life-long running enthusiast, starting as a competative 100-200m sprinter in my youth and more recently transitioning to marathons.