All of our team are HCPC registered.

andrewAndrew Gladstone D.pod.M MChS
Andrew qualified as a podiatrist in 1989 and is the founder of City Chiropody. He started his first private practice in 1993 in Old Street and over a number of years he has set up a small number of satellite locations within physiotherapy clinics across London. His main interests apart from general Chiropody are verrucae and ingrowing toenails on both adults and children.


Mimi Ly BSc (Hons) MChS
Since completing her training at the University of East London, Mimi has been practicing as a podiatrist in London, Kent and Surrey. She is experienced in general chiropody, diabetic foot complications, ingrowing toenail surgery, sports injuries and biomechanics. Mimi also provides foot care to patients and their carers at St Raphael’s Hospice in Surrey.


sophieSophie Brewer BSc (Hons) MChS
Sophie is an HCPC registered Podiatrist and graduated from Southampton University with Distinction in her Masters Degree. She had experience in NHS in High Risk clinics and working in the Private sector. She specialises in Verruca treatments (including Dry Needling), Ingrowing toe nail procedures, Biomechanics and Gait assessments. Sophie volunteers regularly as a Podiatrist for Homeless shelters in the UK and abroad. She recently won funding to treat patients in orphanages in Romania. She enjoys travel, swimming and surfing .
William Joyce

William Joyce

William Joyce BHSc Hons Podiatric Medicine
William is a New Zealand qualified podiatrist with extensive experience in biomechanics, nail surgery, specialist verruca treatment, diabetic care, and many other areas of Podiatry. During his time in the UK he has treated elite Football, Rugby, UK athletics, and Red Bull athletes. He strives to bring the best treatment not just to elite athletes but to everyone. Even from a simple corn to chronic knee or back pain, he aims to get you pain free and up and running in the shortest possible time.
In his time off enjoys competing in triathlons, yoga, climbing, and surfing.