Wantage Chiropody & Podiatry Service

Noeleen Farrell
H.C.P.C.  M.Ch.S. D.Pod M.

14 Newbury Street, Wantage, Oxfordshire OX12 8DA

01235 760186

About Us

RECEPTION STAFF

Joanna Marsh Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Gillian Robson Thursday, Friday

Whose administrative skills and friendly efficiency enhance the good reputation and professionalism of the clinic.

PODIATRISTS /CHIROPODISTS

NOELEEN FARRELL   H.C.P.C.  M.Ch.S.  D.Pod.M.  Business Owner

Monday-Friday

Mrs Farrell trained at the Chelsea School of Chiropody, qualifying in 1978. From then she worked in the NHS in London in the Boroughs of Brent and Islington, where she became a Chief responsible for community services. Moving to Oxfordshire in the early 1990’s she commenced work at the Wantage practice in 1994, after a brief spell in practice in Summertown, Noeleen became the owner of the Wantage practice in 2004.

Mrs Farrell is an experienced clinician whose all round skills include Diabetic, Arthritic and Rheumatoid care. Treatment for FUNGAL [mycotic] infections of the SKIN and NAILS. She is the lead clinician for the newly developed CLEARANAIL DRILL treatment for fungal nails.

Noeleen is a committee member of the Berkshire Branch of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, who organise many professional development study days for its members. She is also the South East Region, and Delegate Assembly representative for the Branch. She attends the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists conference each year.

DIANE SPRAGUE  H.C.P.C.  M.Ch.S.  B.Sc.[Hons]Podiatry

Wednesday am  Fortnightly

Diane graduated with a B.Sc.[Hons] in 1993 from the Northampton School of Podiatry. Initially working in the NHS for over seven years and gaining experience in the diabetes centre and JR vascular clinic in Oxford.

Since 2000 she has been in private practice partly based in clinic, and also mobile and in care homes. Diane has developed an interest in BIOMECHANICS and foot function and prescribes a variety of ORTHOTICS from ready made devices to custom casted orthoses, from rigid or semi rigid functional devices or accommodative shock attenuating materials depending on what is needed.

She regularly attends updating courses and the annual Podiatry conference.

In her spare time Diane likes to keep active and loves to dance.

AILSA JOHNSON  H.C.P.C.  M.Ch.S.  B.Sc.[Hons]Podatry

Tuesday am and pm, Thursday am, Saturday am (fortnightly)

Ailsa graduated with a B.Sc.[Hons] in 1995 from Huddersfield University. She has over fifteen years’ experience in both private and NHS Podiatry. She has a particular interest in DERMATOLOGY including care of pathological nails, fungal infections, verrucae and corns and callus problems caused by the mechanics of walking. Ailsa offers a service on Saturday mornings, for those who struggle to fit appointments into a busy working week.

Alisa has an interest in Biomechanics of the foot, and is the lead Podiatrist for Minor Nail Surgery at the practice.

Ailsa looks forward to seeing you soon