Peter’s Podiatric career spans 33 years during which time he has provided high quality
footcare to over a quarter of a million feet. He has been in private practice for over 20
years initially operating from his London branch before expanding operations into Surrey by acquiring the Oxted Podiatry practice.
Peter has always pursued excellence to ensure that his patients receive the best of
treatment outcomes and has led his team to win no fewer than 9 business awards
including being crowned winner at the FSB London awards 2017- as the best business for Customer service in London.
The practice provides general footcare for all ages with Peter specializing in Gait analysis, Musculo- skeletal conditions and nail surgery. Peter believes strongly in prevention and so, however trivial your foot problem may seem to you , his aim is to get you walking out of the clinic comfortably but also more aware of just how important your feet are and what hidden problems might be lurking unknown to
His emphasis on prevention deepened when in 2009 he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and then two years later his then 11 year old daughter developed type-1.
It was whilst getting to grips with this devastating news that “I realised firstly that as
Podiatrists we all too often see the diabetic foot once a problem has developed rather
than helping to prevent it ever occurring, and secondly that probably no one would
actually warn Jasmine of the real dangers of Diabetes to her feet if I didn’t.
Thus Peter’s passion was ignited to help make a difference in the lives of people with
diabetes and he became the Co founder (with his wife) of the multi-award winning
global not-for-profit organisation Undefeeted.
In 2015 he published a book entitled ‘Undefeeted by Diabetes’.