Learn more about our professional and friendly team at Warley Grange Health
All of our Podiatrists are HCPC Registered
Susan Curtin BSc (Hons) MRCPod
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 BSc (Hons) MSc MRCPod
HCPC Registered Podiatrist
Richard holds the position of Trainee in Podiatric Surgery for a local National Health Service Trust. This Position requires a vast array of knowledge and expertise that Richard has gained from his 12 years working in Podiatry.
Richard graduated in Podiatry from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2009 and immediately moved to London to work in the NHS. After several years working in a high risk department managing complex diabetic foot problems and paediatric clinics Richard began his surgical training. After completing his Masters degree with Merit in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery in 2018 Richard is now
undergoing his third and final training program to become a Podiatric Surgeon.
The problems that Richard commonly treats are: ingrown toenails, forefoot pain, heel pain, Achilles tendinopathy, arthritic joint conditions, paediatrics and flat feet.
The treatments that Richard specialises in are: nail surgery, biomechanical and surgical assessments, ultrasound guided injections, shockwave therapy, orthotics and soft tissue rehabilitation.
Richard is registered with BUPA, Vitality and WPA.
Adam Coe BSc (Hons) MRCPod
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, 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.
Osteopathy and Acupuncturist
Philip Ashcroft B.Ost (British School of Osteopathy), B.A (Hons) French and Law, PCGE
Philip Ashcroft, our osteopath at Warley Grange Health, founded Osteopath Covent Garden in 2008 and is with us three days a week. He also has two central London practices- one next door to the Tate Britain and the other directly adjacent to Marylebone station. With consulting rooms for private treatment in London since 2008, he is trusted and considered a ‘safe pair of hands’ by many, including the Government and the entire entertainment industry. Philip treats using a wide range of osteopathic skills, and advanced massage techniques. In addition to treating the most common pain scenarios throughout the body, his particular professional interest is in migraine and its differentiation with headache. He delivered a low back pain treatment programme for the NHS in Essex (2008-2012) and in Richmond upon Thames (2014-2015). Patients welcome his friendly manner and his skill in explaining the reasons for pain, putting them at ease through a straightforward explanation of their problem. Following postgraduate training at the British Medical Acupuncture Society in 2008, medical acupuncture can be included when it is case appropriate and per the wishes of the patient. For further information on Phil’s history, please look at his website:- https://osteopathcoventgarden.co.uk
Philip trained at The British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) in 2008, soon after qualifying as an Osteopath at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in 2007. Training for the Foundation Certificate at BMAS required postgraduate status in osteopathy/physiotherapy.
Derek Climpson BSc (Hons), Lic Ac, BAcC, MSTAT
Derek graduated in 2010 after a four year training at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, Reading – the UK’s foremost Acupuncture training centre. He holds a BSc Hons degree in Acupuncture and uses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and 5 Element styles of acupuncture, together with auricular acupuncture and electro acupuncture.
Derek is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS). In addition to his three Essex practices, Derek has worked as a volunteer acupuncturist at a London Hospice and at an Essex Addictions clinic. He has post graduate training in Acupuncture for Fertility and Gynaecology. He is a recommended Acupuncturist with the Herts and Essex Fertility Centre, Cheshunt, and has represented the British Acupuncture Council at the Fertility Show, Olympia, London.
In 2018, Derek visited China as part of an exchange programme and studied at Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine and First and Second Affiliated Hospitals, Harbin.
Kerri Guyon is the practice manager who is responsible for the administration and smooth running of the practice in support of the healthcare team. Kerri provides an important link for patients with the practice and along with Emily is your initial contact point for general enquires.
Since Kerri has joined the clinic, we have seen great improvements in the day to day behind the scenes work for which we are very grateful!
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 as and when required and the rest of the week spends her time at her own photography studio. As a 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 favourite!