Queensferry Podiatry consists of a team of dedicated and experienced podiatrists.
Kirsty graduated with a BSc in Podiatry from Queen Margaret University in 1997. Snce this time, she has practiced in both community NHS and private practice giving her exposure to a wide range of podiatric conditions.
In 1999, Kirsty established Queensferry Podiatry and is proud to have spent 17 years as part of the JW Physiotherapy team. Her close network of health professionals ensures that every aspect of treatment is considered with the optimal outcome for her patients.
In order to maintain the highest standard of service and care, Kirsty regularly attends professional development and education courses.
Outside of Podiatry, Kirsty is passionate about visiting other countries, photography and running (well maybe not so passionate about the latter).
Lesley graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 1994 and has 20 years experience in the NHS, both in the Isle of Man and Scotland.
Starting as a general podiatrist, Lesley progressed to specialising in wound management, diabetic foot care and nail surgery.
Lesley maintains high standards and keeps her continual professional development up to date.
In her spare time, Lesley enjoys keeping fit, playing golf (badly) and eating cake (not necessarily in that order!).
Angela graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatry in 2004. She has 12 years experience working within a busy NHS Podiatry Department.
She has a wide range of experience across many areas of Podiatry including all aspects of wound care and biomechanics. She attained a Post Graduate Certificate in Health Studies from the University of the West of Scotland in 2015 and attends conferences and workshops to maintain the highest professional standards across her work.
Outwith podiatry, Angela enjoys hill walking, running and mountain biking and rewarding herself with cake afterwards!