Mr Trevor Prior is a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at Homerton University Hospital and operates privately at The Holly House Hospital in Essex.
He qualified in 1983 and btained a teaching qualification in 1985 before obtaining a postgraduate degree in Podiatry in 1989. He obtained his Fellowship in Podiatric Surgery in 1993 and in 1994 he established the Podiatric Surgery service in City & Hackney, London, where he is currently a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at Homerton University Hospital.
Trevor specialises in foot surgery (including minimal incision techniques), sports injuries, biomechanics / gait analysis, orthoses and diabetic foot complications. He lectures both nationally and internationally on these topics. Mr Prior has worked extensively with elite and professional sports men and women in a wide range of disciplines, including football, rugby, cricket, athletics, hockey and badminton. He was an elected member of the council of the Institute of Chiropodists & Podiatrists and is the immediate past Dean of the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery.
He is the UK representative on the Vasyli Think Tank, a group of health professionals who specialise in lower limb biomechanics, and is involved in the development of orthoses. His clinics specialise in the assessment and management of foot-related conditions using advanced techniques, co-ordinated conservative care and surgical intervention where needed.
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What is podiatry?
All too often, people take their feet for granted and ignore or put up with the pain. Simple advice and conservative care may be all that is required to resolve problems with feet and a podiatrist is specifically trained to assess and manage these conditions.
With the exception of nail surgery, podiatrists use non-surgical methods of treatment and this remains the mainstay of treatment for most foot problems. Until recently, podiatrists in the United Kingdom were known as chiropodists. A podiatric surgeon is a podiatrist who has undertaken extensive postgraduate training in foot surgery. They are therefore not registered medical professionals (doctors) but specialists in the treatment of all foot problems using both conservative (non-surgical) and surgical treatment methods.Read full article
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