About Us

Sue Elliott D.Pod.M, M.C.Pod, HCPC Regd.

Sue has been in private practice in Cranleigh for over 30 years.
Whilst her two sons were still small, she decided on a career change. As a mature student she embarked on a 3 year full-time course at the Chelsea School of  Chiropody where she obtained a Diploma in Podiatric  Medicine (a degree standard qualification in today’s terms).
She has undertaken numerous courses since in order to  satisfy the Continued Professional Development
(CPD) requirements for membership of the  Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) the regulatory body that ensures public safety. (See below)
Sue is  a member of the College of Podiatrists (COP)

Rob Elliott BA(Hons), BSc(Hons), M.C.Pod, HCPC Regd.

After achieving a BA(Hons) in Geography and initially forging a career in education, Rob decided to follow in his mother’s footsteps and in 2007 studied for a BSc(Hons) in Podiatry at Southampton University.
Rob graduated and worked in the NHS in the Southampton and Portsmouth areas and has worked at Cranleigh Foot Clinic since 2012.
He is  registered with the HCPC and is a member of the College of Podiatrists (COP) ( www.feetforlife.org )

HCPC registration – http://www.hcpc-uk.org

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is the government body that regulates all qualified health care professionals and by doing so ensures public safety.

Being registered with the HCPC means that your Podiatrist/Chiropodist has undergone the proper training, which includes a 3 year degree or diploma in Podiatry.  They must also undergo continuing professional development (CPD) to maintain their registration and qualifications.

Any practitioner referring to themselves as a “Foot Health Professional” or any term other than “Podiatrist” or “Chiropodist” has NOT completed the required training, is not obliged to keep their skills up, and is, as such, unregulated.