Louise Jackson


Louise Jackson MPH,  Pg Cert Podiatric Surgery, BSc (Hons) Podiatry

Louise is a skilled Podiatrist with more than 20 years experience.  She specialises in assessing and treating the biomechanics of the foot and lower limb, musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries, diabetic and rheumatoid foot complications, in addition to treating all aspects of general foot care.

After qualifying in 2000, Louise moved to London and worked in the National Health Service (NHS) and private practice where she gained clinical experience in many areas of podiatry including the pediatric foot and gait related conditions, pre and postsurgical assessment and treatment of the foot as well as being an integral member of an acute interdisciplinary diabetic clinic at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London.

Louise is passionate about her work and thoroughly enjoys all aspects of podiatry.  Louise travels internationally to attend courses to remain at the forefront of clinical advancement.  Aside from her professional interests, Louise is a mother of three young children.  She enjoys skiing, running and tennis and is currently learning to sail.


  • MPH Masters in Public Health – Sheffield University, UK, 2015
  • PgC Podiatric Surgery – Queen Margaret University, UK, 2008
  • BSc (Hons) Podiatry – Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK, 2000


At the clinic, Louise is able to offer a wide range of Podiatry treatments which include:

  • Custom-made orthotics
  • Off-the-shelf orthotics
  • Assessment and treatment of the pediatric and adult foot
  • Charcot Foot
  • Hammer toes
  • Hallux valgus / bunions
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Neuroma
  • Strapping, taping, padding
  • Footwear advice for both everyday and sport shoes
  • Exercise and training advice
  • Stretching advice
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Ultrasound
  • Referrals to other healthcare professionals
  • Referral for MRI, x-ray, diagnostic ultrasound
  • Assessment and treatment of Diabetic and Rheumatoid Foot and ankle
  • Diabetic Foot assessment and management of ulcers
  • General foot care
  • In-growing nails and nail surgery (removal of nail under local anaesthetic)
  • Corns
  • Callus
  • Verrucae (warts)
  • Fungal foot infections


Lower limb and foot conditions can be caused by many things, including tight or ill-fitting footwear, poor foot posture, poor general posture or conditions such as bunions or in-growing toe-nails.  Some problems are relatively simple to rectify with foot care and footwear advice making a significant difference.  Other conditions which are a result of prolonged damage or neglect will require a long-term personal commitment to a more sustained treatment programme.

After the initial assessment, Louise will discuss her findings with you and devise an effective, evidence-based treatment plan.

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