Learn more about the professional and friendly team at Gillian A Michael & Associates. We are located in the prestigious John, Bell & Croyden on Wigmore Street in the heart of London.
We are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and are members of the Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists.
Gillian A Michael - B.Sc(Hons) M.Ch.S
Gillian graduated in Podiatric Medicine with a first class honours degree in 1995 at The University of Westminster. She opened the practice within John Bell & Croyden in June 1996. The practice consists of Gillian's 3 Associates, Heather, Sophie and Bindu and not forgetting the very efficient Yvonne and Sandra who are her PAs/Receptionists!
In addition to providing routine Chiropody, Gillian's special interest is lower limb biomechanics and orthoses with a particular interest towards sports injuries.
Heather Johnson - B.Sc(Hons) M.Ch.S
Heather has a strong commitment for excellence and has undertaken extensive post graduate training since qualifying in 1984.
Sophie Mordecai - B.Sc(Hons) M.Ch.S
Sophie began her career by reading Bsc Biomedical Sciences at the University of Leeds, where she gained a broad understanding of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and neuroscience. This provided a platform for her to excel in her subsequent degree in BSc Podiatric Medicine at the University of East London where she gained a first class Honours.
Theresa Dawes - B.Sc.Pod
Theresa trained in London. After qualification, she practiced in various clinics in Swansea, Ipswich, Norwich and London. She ran a clinic in Barnet and also worked part time in Selfridges (1985 - 1988). Theresa graduated with a B.Sc.Pod in 2005 from Durham University.
Postgraduate studies include anaesthetics in Belfast in 1987 and many courses and seminars for her continual professional development. Theresa's wide experience includes all aspects of Fast Care including nail surgery.
She represented our profession at The London Marathon in 1995 and 1996 and received the accolade of one of the three 'Best Chiropodists' in The Daily Express, June 1991.