Ms Sally Feeney
Consultant Podiatric Surgeon
I specialise in treating the foot and its associated structures and forefoot reconstructive surgery.
I have been a consultant at a large teaching hospital for 16 years and I perform hundreds of procedures each year focusing mainly on forefoot reconstruction. I mainly treat bunion deformities, hammer toes, neuroma and arthritis in the foot.
I achieved my fellowship in 2003 and was appointed into my current post in 2006. In parallel, I completed a Masters in public health specifically to build upon my research skills and to gain a better understanding and appreciation of the public health sector. I work within an acute trust, which facilitates good professional relationships with other specialties. My scope of practice ranges from the forefoot to the rearfoot and I treat a wide variety of pathologies including patients with diabetes and the associated high-risk foot.
I am a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at West Middlesex University Hospital and an elected committee member on The Faculty Podiatric Surgery.
I am a registered tutor and am involved in the teaching and training of students. I enjoy mentoring podiatrists as they progress to surgical training and through their injection therapy courses. I am an external examiner for Huddersfield University. I have published a number of papers in scientific journals.
As a working mother, I appreciate the time restraints and delicate balance of family life. I believe in strong role models and am passionate about inspiring and nurturing new talent in our profession.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Ms Sally Feeney at Spire include:
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