Michael O'Neill: Consultant Podiatrist in Windsor
Specialising in Podiatric Foot Surgery and Foot Pain.
Mr O'Neill's focus has always been to work as part of a multidisciplinary team to ensure effective patient management. His NHS Podiatry post comes under the Orthopedic Directorate and, privately, he is part of the Windsor Foot and Ankle Clinic, working closely with Orthopedic Consultants, Rheumatologists and Physiotherapists.
Mr O'Neill Holds appointments with
The prime area of patient management is Foot Pain and Ambulatory Day Case Foot Surgery undertaken in Windsor.
This is inclusive of some of the most common but painful foot problems: Such as Ingrowing Toenails and Ingrown Toenail, Bunions, Hammered Toes and Mallet Toes producing corns. Trapped foot nerve problems such as Mortons Neuroma, Heel pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Severs Heel and Policemans Heel. Joint disease and soft tissue problems.
Whenever possible a conservative podiatry approach is used often involving Podiatric Biomechanics, Orthotic devices, padding, strapping and also designing rehab programs.
If conservative procedures don't resolve the problem, then surgical procedures are undertaken either on an outpatient basis for Ingrowing Toenails or as a daycase for Bunion, Hammered toes and Mortons Neuroma type procedures.
Jeremy Ousey: Podiatrist in Windsor
Jeremy works within Windsor Podiatry as an enthusiastic and motivated Musculoskeletal and Soft Tissue Rehabilitation Podiatrist. His special area of interest is rehabilitation of injuries from being acutely painful, and returning them to being fully functional, and pain free. He has had the opportunity to work with national level teams in assisting Players to returning to match fitness.
Clinically his interests are
Socially, you might find him on the dance floor but it’s more likely he’ll be geeking out over some journal article about feet (again).
Jeremy Ousey graduated from the University of East London in 2017.
He then spent a year study ing Podiatric Sports Medicine at the William Harvey Research Institute at Barts and the London School of Medicine alongside Premier League sports team physiotherapists and doctors , where his knowledge of multi-disciplinary team working was enriched. Currently, Jeremy is completing the second part of his masters in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery as well as undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Ultrasound.
He has also been invited to lecture at several national and international conferences and professional development events on various aspects of musculoskeletal foot pain including heel pain, achilles tendinopathy, management of acute ankle injuries, foot and ankle anatomy as well as the invasive management of verrucae.
The Windsor Podiatry Foot Pain Team are focused on providing high-quality service and patient satisfaction - we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
Michael O'Neill practices in Windsor (Berkshire), near Gerrards Cross (Buckinghamshire) and at The Gateway Surgical Centre at Barts Healthcare London (NHS).
Private Clinics are held at The Princess Margaret Hospital in Windsor and The Thames Valley Spire Hospital in Berkshire.