For over 30 years, at Active Life Podiatry we have been caring for you in the Fulham, Kensington and Putney areas. We aim to offer services of the highest standard to treat many types of foot and lower leg problems that range from complex biomechanical issues, to common skin complaints.   

For any given foot or foot related problem, we will first make a diagnosis, (unless already determined by another specialist) then understand why the problem occurred in the first instance or has not resolved itself. Using our expertise and our wide range of podiatric assessments and treatments, we aim effectively manage a variety of lower limb conditions for children and adults –  however active you may be. We are mentored and advised by our governing body, The Royal College of Podiatry 

Our objective:
  • Assess
  • Treat
  • Educate

Treatment; following your assessment, we will discuss your condition and decide on the best treatment plan, that works for you.  We may refer you on for imaging to assist with your diagnosis and then work alongside your physiotherapist or other practitioners. Specialist treatments that we use include, Foot orthoses, Shockwave Therapy, Injection Therapy, Laser Therapy,  Dry Needling, Skin and toe nail treatments.

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Meet Our Team

John

John Durkin

John founded the podiatry practice in Lillie Road, Fulham, in 1991. From small beginnings, John has ambitious plans for both his practice and his professional status. He has become a specialist in biomechanics treating sports men and women and helping them to perform better with bespoke orthoses. He is well-known amongst international rugby players from Harlequins and London Wasps.

William

William Joyce

William Joyce is an experienced musculoskeletal podiatrist specialising in walking, running and movement mechanics. He has worked with Football, Rugby, UK Athletics, and Redbull athletes, and strives to bring premium care to everyone. William incorporates strength and conditioning with movement pattern retraining to bring a comprehensive approach to his screening and treatment.

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Marc Barton

Marc has been working in podiatry for 16 years. He splits his time between the NHS where he holds a biomechanical specialist role,  dealing with children. Marc has lectured in this specialist field of podopaediatrics. Marc is experienced with pathology of the foot & ankle and has worked in general podiatry, nail surgery and diabetic foot, as well as his current specialist role. Marc has extended scope experience in injection therapy, orthoses prescription, foot mobilisation techniques & acupuncture.

Iveta

Iveta Havlickova

Iveta graduated from University of East London in 2016 with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatric Medicine. She enjoys routine podiatric care and patient education regarding foot health especially when related to systemic illness such as diabetes. She has undergone training in  foot and ankle mobilisation, laser therapy treatment, and manufacturing of orthoses. On regular basis Iveta provides varied podiatry treatment to elderly patients in a nursing home. She has a keen interest in biomechanics and wound healing. Iveta speaks French fluently.

Jonathan Caughey

Podiatrist After graduating from The University of Northampton in 2010 I have traveled the world in search of new sensations. During this time I was fortunate to have worked with great professionals, and it is this that has allowed me to develop techniques and philosophies that I would have not otherwise have acquired. Treating each individual as a separate entity from what is perceived to be normal and to think outside the box is the way I approach my profession, I have aspired to learn many aspects of Podiatry, and it is this that has brought me to ALP. It is here that the shackles have been set free and the ability to demonstrate every skillset that a podiatrist can acquire is what has led me to this formidable team.

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