Meet The Team – Podiatry

All of our Podiatrists are HCPC Registered

Susan Curtin BSc (Hons) SRCh MChS

Podiatrist and Clinic Founder

Following a successful insurance career, Sue chose to follow a long-held ambition to work in the healthcare sector. In 2010 she graduated from the University of East London with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatry. Her studies gave her the opportunity to participate in NHS placements across London and Essex.

Sue’s particular interests are nail surgery and the diabetic foot. These specialities will continue to form a key part of her continuing professional development (CPD). While maintaining these core interests, she enjoys nail reconstruction and verruca treatment as well as general podiatric care to the broadest spectrum of patients.

In 2018 Sue set up Warley Grange Health with the ambition of providing first class podiatric care in comfortable surroundings.

Richard Lang MSc BSc (Hons) SRCh MChS

HCPC Registered Podiatrist

In 2009 Richard graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with an Honours Degree in Podiatry. Since then Richard has worked within the National Health Service across varying trusts in East London, South London and Essex. Richard specialises primarily in adult and paediatric biomechanics managing conditions such as flat feet, plantar fasciitis, hypermobility issues, joint and soft tissue pain along with high risk patient care.

Most recently, Richard has specialised in Podiatric Surgery with the aim of becoming a Podiatric Surgeon. This entails many years of further training and education. This was recently reflected by his graduation from Brighton University gaining a Masters Degree with Merit in the Principles of Podiatric Surgery.

During the last year, Richard has been working in a local NHS Trust, assisting in surgeries, including but not limited to, bunions, lesser toe deformities and Morton’s Neuromas.

Adam Coe BSc (Hons) SRCh MChS

HCPC Registered Podiatrist

In 2019 Adam graduated from the University of Brighton with a first-class honours’ degree in Podiatric medicine (B.Sc. Hons).

Adam has developed a keen interest in various pathology’s such as diabetes, various arthropathies and connective tissue disorders, all of which have podiatric implications.Adam has enjoyed private work since graduating offering general podiatric treatment such as nail care, verruca treatment and nail surgery. Podiatry has proved to be an exciting career which has already included experiences in the East Sussex NHS Trust and the Eastbourne training facility Leaf Hospital

Sandra Dipper MCFHP MAFHP

Foot Health Practitioner

Having a particular interest in skincare, Sandra decided to train in order to provide a foot care service. This is following in her late Father’s footsteps who ran his own chiropody practice for over forty years! Sandra qualified from the SMAE Institute.

She continues to further her training in the latest innovative foot care treatments. Specialites include medi-pedicures. This is a luxurious treatment including the removal of callus and corns. Nails are cut, filed and buffed. This is followed by re-hydration with a relaxing foot massage. Nails can also be painted if required.

Emily Curtin Ba (Hons) Photography

Receptionist

Emily has been working at Warley Grange Health for a year now and has been involved in many aspects of clinic life including making this website.

She works at the clinic on a Monday and Tuesday and the rest of the week spends her time at her own photography studio. As receptionist she loves chatting with customers and makes the best cups of tea!

While working at the clinic, Emily has really enjoyed learning about foot care and sometimes assists in Toe Nail Surgery when some time keeping is needed and is considering taking a toe nail cutting course. The new technology the clinic has is of particular interest to Emily due to her photography background – the ultrasound scanner is a favorite!

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