Delivering excellence in a contemporary setting, we offer Podiatry, Chiropractic, Biomechanics and other associated therapies to the highest standard by qualified, experienced and registered health professionals.
Welcome to the Maidenhead Podiatry and Chiropractic Clinic, a long established, multi disciplinary practice (accredited by the College of Podiatry) located in its dedicated premises since December 2004. To meet the increasing local demand for high quality treatments, we offer: Podiatry, Chiropractic, Bio-mechanics, Nail Surgery, Swift and a range of associated therapies. As experienced, qualified and insured practitioners, we are very proud of our reputation for health treatment excellence and patients/clients tell us that the outstanding care that we provide is complimented by our exceptional customer service. Individually tailored to your needs, our treatments will help you to look good, feel great and stay healthy. We look forward to treating you. Peter and Caroline Christer Clinic Directors
Peter Christer MRCPod
Peter Christer qualified in 1991 and worked as an associate in clinics in Amersham and Aylesbury before opening his own practice in Maidenhead in 2000. During this time Peter returned to University to qualify in Local Analgesia, Nail Surgery and Prescription Only Medication.
An accomplished and experienced Podiatrist specialising in general podiatry and nail surgery, Peter regularly attends professional development courses and seminars enabling him to provide comprehensive care and treatment to his patients.
HCPC Registration No. CH16489
CoP Membership No. 30897
Bindu Johnson BSc Hons MRCPod
Bindu Johnson graduated from the University of Northampton with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatric Medicine in 2007. Since qualifying, she has been practicing in Central London, in both the NHS and private practice.
Apart from routine Podiatry, she has a keen interest in Diabetes and Nail Surgery and is certified in Local Anaesthesia. Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and a member of The College of Podiatry, she maintains her commitment and continual professional development to Podiatry by attending various courses to develop her knowledge and skills.
HCPC Registration No. CH28364
Pauline Shaw BSc Hons MRCPod
Pauline Shaw graduated in 2007 from Northampton University. Pauline has 11 years NHS and private podiatry experience combined. She has a keen interest in diabetes foot health and completed a postgraduate qualification in 2011.
When outside of the podiatry world she is a mother to 2 young children and is a keen runner in 10k races.
HCPC Registration No. CH28223
Nicola Evans MSc MRCPod
Nicola Evans graduated from The University of Northampton in 2010 with a BSc in Podiatry. Nicola’s specialist interest is the diabetic foot and she completed her Masters Degree at the University of Brighton. Providing general podiatry in-clinic and to local nursing and residential homes.
Nicola is also our Visiting Podiatrist for domiciliary treatments when patients are unable to the attend the practice.
Jeremy Ousey is an HCPC registered Podiatrist and CASE qualified sonographer.
Having worked in podiatric surgical units, physiotherapy and multi-disciplinary practices, he takes a multi-faceted and patient-centred approach to care. With a bachelors in Podiatry, postgraduate degrees in podiatric sports medicine and medical ultrasound and a masters in the theory of podiatric surgery he allows evidence to guide his treatment plans.
Jeremy lectures on heel pain, extra-corporeal shockwave therapy, musculoskeletal examination, treatment of the foot and ankle including management of ankle sprains and verruca needling.
His interests are in the surgical management of skin lesions, nail surgery, musculoskeletal and biomechanical evaluation, acute and chronic sports injuries, tendinopathies, diagnostic ultrasound and surgical management of foot and ankle pathology.
Jeremy is also a member of – The British Medical Ultrasound Society, The International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, and The Football Medicine and Performance Association.
Rebecca Rees graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 1994. She then returned to South Wales to work in two busy practices in Neath and Swansea. Rebecca has been working in Berkshire since 2001 and has an extensive and loyal following of patients.
Rebecca is registered with the General Chiropractic Council GCC and is also a member of the British Chiropractic Association BCA.
Lucy Steel BSc MSc (Chiro) DC
Lucy Steel gained a degree in Human Biology from Leeds University and then went on to complete a Masters degree in Chiropractic at the University of Surrey. She graduated in 2004 and since then has worked in clinics in Windsor, Maidenhead and Crowthorne.
Lucy enjoys treating patients of all ages, but her passion lies in the care of pregnant women, babies and children, and most of her post-graduate training has been in these areas. Lucy has two young daughters and so has been able to benefit first hand from treatment while pregnant and from treating both her daughters from when they were a few hours old! Lucy is is registered with the General Chiropractic Council GCC and is also a member of the British Chiropractic Association BCA.
Payment and Insurance
We accept cash, debit and credit cards (please note that we do not accept American Express). We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any third parties. Treatments are pay-as-you-go unless approval has been provided (in writing) by a private healthcare provider. We are approved by a range of private medical companies but do not cover BUPA policies.
We comply with the 1998 Data Protection Act by ensuring that personal information is processed fairly and lawfully and will only be shared with the specific consent of the patient. We need to keep comprehensive and accurate personal data about patients in order to provide safe and appropriate care and we are required, by law, to hold this information for eight years for adults and until 25 years of age for children, whichever is the sooner, after which it will be destroyed. Data is held electronically and in a manual filing system. The information is not accessible to the public and can only be viewed by authorised members of staff. Our computers have secure audit trails and are backed-up routinely.
Equality, Diversity & Disability Statement
We are committed to preventing discrimination, valuing diversity and achieving equality of opportunity in all that we do. We strive to ensure that no one is denied access to our services because of their disability. We will modify our services whenever we are able; in order to meet the specific needs of our patients and clients.