Graduated from the Southampton University in 1996 gaining a BSc (Hons) in Podiatry
I am a member of the Health Professions Council and a member of the Society of chiropodists and podiatrists. These memberships are renewed every year.
These qualifications and affiliations provide full indemnity insurance and enable me to work for the NHS and privately as a State Registered Podiatrist and take referrals from BUPA registered consultants.
I do many in-grown toenails and I hold certificates in local anesthesia and can directly refer to Consultants for further investigations and treatments when required.I am qualified and have many years of experience in performing Nail Surgery Operations, to help with in-grown toenails.
I am also a qualified reflexologist and have been practicing reflexology for over 15 years.
I offer private professional podiatric services in South Buckinghamshire.
I look forward to helping you with any issues with your feet.
I qualified in 1996 with a BSc (honors) in Podiatry, with certification in local anesthesia from The Leaf Hospital, Brighton University. I cut my professional teeth, working in the NHS before working part-time within the private sector.
With three children, two dogs, a GP husband and my own business, it has been a juggling act!
When I have that rare thing, called spare time, I love to walk my dogs, cook for friends or dabble with textiles and patchwork.
Over the years I have developed a special interest in dementia care and much of my work involves domiciliary visits, Bucks Foot Clinic has the latest equipment and tools to provide the best care. (I would also love to talk to you about including medi-pedicures) of Podiatry presented itself and I am very excited about the future!
I am looking forward to meeting you and helping you to have happy, healthy and beautiful feet!
Jeremy Ousey is an HCPC registered podiatrist who has spent the last few years working alongside consultant podiatric surgeons in their private and NHS clinics, as well as with specialist musculoskeletal podiatrists.
Alongside looking after patient’s routine needs, he particularly enjoys working out the biomechanical or musculoskeletal causes of the patient’s foot pain. Using a combination of a thorough medical history, couch and standing assessment, as well as gait analysis. I look to come up with a personalised diagnosis and treatment plan to suit each patient’s individual needs and lifestyles. This can include a course of joint mobilisations, rehabilitation and temporary or permanent orthotics, as well as potential onward referrals for imaging, blood tests and therapeutic injections. He also offers nail surgery and verruca needling, and has strong working relationships with local NHS and private podiatric surgeons, should a surgical opinion be required.
Outside of his work, he is undertaking M-level studies in Podiatric Sports Medicine, attends lots of conferences and skills workshops and attempts to make the time to go out to modern jive and west coast swing dance classes!