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Degree Bsc(Hons) MRCPod MChS
Simon gained his degree in Podiatry in 2000 from Southampton University. Initially he worked in the NHS locally had an 18 month rotational post with multi disciplinary post grad training.
He also had a 2 year training post in podiatric biomechanics and later became an Extended Scope Podiatrist.
Simon works in specialist orthopaedic Foot and Ankle clinics and also knee clinics. This
post had a key training and lecturing role and Simon teaches regularly to local podiatry and physiotherapy groups. His work has led to close ties with specialist lower limb and spinal physiotherapists.
Simon has a strong background in working with sports persons of all abilities and ages
and a close working relationship with both foot and ankle orthopaedic consultants.
Simon is a keen swimmer and enjoys walking. He has qualification in bushcraft and wilderness living.
Areas of interest
Harradine P, Collins S, Webb C, Bevan L. A new method of increasing supinatory moments to a medially deviated subtalar joint axis - The Medial Oblique Shell Inclination. Podiatry Now. Vol 11, No. 3. 2008.
Harradine P, Collins S, Webb C, Bevan, L. The Medial Oblique Shell Incliniation technique. A method to increase pronation moments in Foot Orthoses. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2011. 101;6. 523-530.
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Initial podiatry visit including cryotherapy and local anaesthetic - (5-50)
Gait analysis including biomechanical assessment with video infra-red computerised analysis - (5-50)
Follow on podiatry visit including cryotherapy and local anaesthetic - (5-50)