Mr Ronald McCulloch

Consultant Podiatric Surgeon

Ron McCulloch is the principal Podiatric Surgeon and Director of the London Podiatry Centre. During his many years as a specialist Podiatric Surgeon.Ron McCulloch is Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at London’s Homerton University Hospital, the official hospital of the 2012 London Olympics. He worked as a Consultant Podiatrist at the Olympic village during the 2012 Olympics and has extensive experience in sports medicine. He continues to provide podiatric care for several premiership football teams and has consulted for Nike, at their headquarters in Oregon. He continues to lecture extensively both on the national and international circuit and helped to develop podiatry in the Middle East, particularly in relation to the surgical management of the diabetic foot. He is a senior lecturer in ultrasound studies at Bournemouth University / Chiropractic Centre for ultrasound studies. The essential relationship between conditions of the foot and abnormalities in gait (walking and running) has led Ron McCulloch to build a state of the art gait laboratory at The London Podiatry Centre. This is one of the most advanced dedicated podiatric gait facilities in the world today and allows for the accurate diagnosis of many types of injury. Ron McCulloch is a published author on surgical techniques and is one of only two practitioners in Great Britain to offer invasive cryosurgery of the foot.

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