Anne Marie is the principal podiatrist at our new clinic. She holds a first-class honours BSc in Podiatric Medicine and has a keen interest in foot and ankle related conditions. Her area of specialist interest is in musculoskeletal function and sports related injuries, having gained her post graduate qualification in Podiatric Sports Medicine from Queen Mary's University, London.
Anne Marie is a Member of the Royal College of Podiatry, and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow, Faculty of Podiatric Medicine RCPS FPM (Glasg). She currently works as a private practitioner in her own clinic.
A Podiatrist is a registered medical professional, devoted to the study and medical treatment of disorders of the feet, ankles and lower extremities. Podiatrists are the only medical professionals who exclusively specialise in treating the foot and ankle.
Brodricks Podiatry is grateful to the European Agricultural Fund For Rural Development (EAFRD) which provided a grant towards some of the equipment and costs of renovating our listed farm building for use as a Podiatry clinic.
We are extremely appreciative of the guidance and support provided by the staff of the Worcestershire LEADER Programme, in particular Katie Ainsworth and Lucy Mayo who have been outstanding at every stage of the grant application process , the Worcestershire Local Action Group (LAG) who considered and approved the grant application and Worcestershire County Council which is the Accountable Body responsible for overseeing the work of the LAG.
The Podiatry clinic will provide an excellent service to the local community and the Worcestershire area.
Worcestershire Council operates under delegated authority from the Secretary of State for the Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA} acting through the Rural Payments Agency.
LEADER funding is jointly provided through the EARFD and DEFRA . DEFRA acts as Managing Authority for LEADER and is ultimately responsible for the management of the scheme.