Welcome to this new feature, spotlight on clinicians working in the field of podiatry.
Trevor Prior is a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at Homerton University Hospital. He also works in private practice and is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and a Honorary Visiting Senior Clinical Fellow at the University of East London.
Trevor qualified in 1983 and, since that time has worked in both the private and public sectors. He obtained a teaching qualification in 1985 before obtaining a post graduate degree in Podiatry in 1989. He obtained his fellowship in Podiatric Surgery in 1993 and in 1994 established the Podiatric Surgery service in City & Hackney. He also works in private practice and is Director of Premier Podiatry Limited
His wide areas of interest encompass foot surgery, sports injuries, biomechanics / gait analysis, orthoses and diabetic foot complications.
Working with sports
He has worked extensively with elite and professional sports men and women in a wide range of disciplines, including football, rugby, cricket, athletics, hockey, badminton. He is a director of P2L, a company specialising in bespoke performance footwear and Run3D, a company providing advanced 3D gait analysis.sports injuries, biomechanics / gait analysis, orthoses and diabetic foot complications, lecturing both nationally and internationally.
He was an elected member of the council of the Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists and past Dean of the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery. He lectures both nationally and internationally.
He is the UK representative on the Vasyli Think Tank and the Vionic Innovation lab, involved in the development of Orthoses, part of the Salomon Think Tank involved in the development of running shoes and is a reviewer for Gait & Posture, Clinical Biomechanics, JAPMA, The Foot, The Journal of Foot and Ankle Research and Physical Therapy in Sport.
Podiatrist Goes Viral
Trevor recorded his recent experience during the height of the Corona Virus in a diary whilst working as part of the ITU team at Homerton Hospital. This was published on ConsultingFootPain and in Podiatry Now (pictured below). You can download the first article here from 20th June 2020.
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