Ron McCulloch is the principal Podiatric Surgeon and Director of the London Podiatry Centre. During his many years as a specialist Podiatric Surgeon, he has performed thousands of successful foot operations.
Ron McCulloch is Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at London's Homerton University Hospital, the official hospital of the 2012 London Olympics. He worked as a Consultant Podiatrist at the Olympic village during the 2012 Olympics and has extensive experience in sports medicine. He continues to provide podiatric care for several premiership football teams and has consulted for Nike, at their headquarters in Oregon.
He continues to lecture extensively both on the national and international circuit and helped to develop podiatry in the Middle East, particularly in relation to the surgical management of the diabetic foot. He is a senior lecturer in ultrasound studies at Bournemouth University Centre for ultrasound studies.
The essential relationship between conditions of the foot and abnormalities in gait (walking and running) has led Ron McCulloch to build a state of the art gait laboratory at The London Podiatry Centre. This is one of the most advanced dedicated podiatric gait facilities in the world today and allows for the accurate diagnosis of many types of injury.
Ron McCulloch is a published author on surgical techniques and is one of only two practitioners in Great Britain to offer invasive cryosurgery of the foot.
Fran Campbell graduated from the University of East London in 2009 where she received a 1st class degree in Podiatric Medicine the Deans Honour’s Prize. She has experience working in the private sector and in the National Health Service (NHS).
In her role in the NHS, she held an extended scope practitioner post at the Homerton University Hospital where she worked treating complex patients with pathology that required complex biomechanical assessment and management. She also worked in highly complex combined clinics with rheumatology and physiotherapy teams. She has a keen interest in research and was involved in a variety of research projects at the Homerton University Hospital which studied conditions affecting the foot and ankle and the efficacy of podiatric treatments in the paediatric and rheumatology populations.
Fran has a special interest in sports injuries, gait analysis and paediatrics. She has treated professional athletes from differing sporting professions which include tennis players, golfers, track athletes and professional football players. She helped to develop the paediatric service while at the Homerton University Hospital and had 5 years’ experience working daily in paediatric clinics. She also delivered lectures to general practitioners and other allied health professions on the podopaediatrics. Fran’s current role at the London Podiatry Centre involves working in and developing the gait analysis service and the paediatrics service with Mr. Ron McCulloch. Fran is currently undertaking an MSc in Clinical Biomechanics at the University of Brighton and her dissertation is focused on treatment for a tendon condition in the foot called Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. Fran is also currently studying diagnostic ultrasound at the University of Bournemouth.
Nutan Shah has over 20 years of experience as a Podiatrist. A specialist in podiatric sports injuries, biomechanics and diabetic foot care, she is the podiatrist to the England Senior Football team, Arsenal FC and Crystal Palace FC.
Ms Shah has worked for the UK's leading medical institutions including London's Guy's and St. Thomas' hospitals and for several years at Northwick Park Hospital. Ms Shah also ran specialist surgeries in Brent North Primary Care group and Harrow PCT.
Ms Shah has lectured extensively both at undergraduate and post graduate level having taught on the Podiatry modules for the Sports Science degree at the University of London. She was invited to Nike headquarters in Oregon (with Mr McCulloch) where she participated in brain storming sessions on biomechanics, football injuries and football boot design.
Pablo Ferrer graduated from the highly regarded university of Barcelona in 2001. He has 10 years of experience both in the private sector and NHS. He has postgraduate studies in podiatric medicine (PG Certificate in Podiatric Theory at Brighton University).
In his role in the National Health Service, Mr Ferrer is a Senior Podiatrist at the Foot health department at London's Homerton University Hospital, the official hospital of the 2012 London Olympics, which acts as a centre of expertise for complex diagnosis and difficult biomechanical cases.
Over the years Mr Ferrer has gained a great deal of expertise and specialised in podiatric sports injuries, biomechanics and clinical gait analysis. He has always had great interest in the diabetic foot (treatment and prevention of foot complications).
With over 30 years experience of international business administration and financial management, Wil Sinoo is the co-founder of the London Podiatry Centre. She is responsible for the financial and administrative management of the Centre.