Sarah qualified as a Chiropodist in 1999 and is an active member of The College of Podiatry.
She is also registered with the Health and Care Professions Council which is a government led organisation, regulating allied health professions.
Sarah started her career as a part-time chiropodist in Essex whilst building her domiciliary business up in the Sudbury area.
As well as private house calls, Sarah also visits residential, nursing and care homes on a regular basis. This has been an area she has specialised in for many years.
With continuing professional development, Sarah has attended many lectures, courses and conferences over a wide range of subjects to benefit the needs of her patients.
In addition to general routine chiropody care, Sarah is also able to provide Diabetic foot care assessments and also high risk patient assessments, biomechanical foot assessment, footwear recommendations and advice for many more foot related problems.
"I take great pleasure from being able to work in a profession which helps people and I feel privileged that I am able to do something that I enjoy immensely and that makes a difference in the local community. I have an excellent working relationship with other health professionals in the area which allows me to liaise well and ensure the best care possible is provided for my client’s needs."