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Meet the team

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Amanda Juggins - Director

BSc (Hons), MRCPod, HCPC

I live in Longnor, Buxton with my husband Chris and my mischevious Cocker Spaniel Marley.  I love long walks in the Peaks and Lake District and look forward to weekends away in our touring caravan.

I gained my Podiatry Degree back in 1999 at Salford University.  I am HCPC registered and also a member of The Royal College of Podiatry.  I worked for 15 years in the NHS at Salford Royal Foundation Trust as an Advanced Podiatrist working in the Acute  and community setting.  I gained invaluable knowledge of the High Risk Foot, wound care, Routine Podiatry and Biomechanics.  In 2005 I completed a Post Graduate Certificate in teaching Podiatry and provided student placements for Salford University teaching Nail Surgery. I left the NHS in 2015 to concentrate on My Private Practice.  


I believe that we can all benefit from regular foot care to maintain our foot health and keep us mobile.  So if you require just maintenance, or have a painful condition or just need some advice then get in touch today.

Michelle Thurman - Specialist Podiatrist 

BSc (hons) Podiatry

I graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2004 but actually developed an interest in Diabetic foot management a couple of years before I even started my degree. Once I had my Podiatry qualification, I headed straight toward the goal of becoming a specialist in this area, determined to try and prevent people from losing their legs to diabetes and peripheral arterial disease. In 2009 I reached this goal and became part of a fantastic Foot Team in Tameside and Glossop where I help prevent amputation as a Diabetes and Vascular Podiatrist. Alongside my area of expertise I have lots of experience in the treatment of all common foot complaints such as thickened nails, verrucae, hard painful calluses and ingrown nails. I spend most of the week in my NHS role but you can find me at Peak Podiatry clinic on a Wednesday morning.

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