A LITTLE ABOUT US...
Lower limb was previously known as Head2toepractice
Our clinic was established in July 2011 by Paul McMullan. At first, he built our patient lists from domiciliary care. Quickly, it became so busy that the premises were required and a change to a full-time clinic helped the business to grow. Today, Lower Limb has treated over 25,000 patients, ranging from basic chiropody care to complex orthotics and minor surgery.
We work closely with various orthopaedic foot surgeons, MRI clinics and Physiotherapists. We are committed to regularly investing in the latest technologies as well as continued professional development including MSc modules and advanced training.
Owner / Specialist Podiatrist
HCPC registered - CH32404
Bupa provider number - 85020418
Paul graduated from The University of Ulster in 2011 with an honours degree in Podiatry Medicine. He has previously worked within the NHS and has a strong interest in biomechanics and minor surgery. He has completed MSc modules in biomechanics, pharmacology, sports medicine and anatomy dissection.
Away from work Paul is usually spending time with his family, walking his cocker spaniel (Nacho) or supporting Man United!
Sharon ensures the smooth day to day running of the clinic. She will normally be your first point of contact if calling to book an appointment, answering any queries, and responding to emails.
She graduated as a teacher in 2009 and had been teaching in secondary education up until 2018 when she decided to join the family business! Sharon is also a fully qualified Reflexologist & Indian Head masseuse. She is also qualified as a holistic teacher!
HCPC registered - CH33072
Bronagh takes care of most of our Podiatry general appointments that don't involve biomechanics or minor surgery. She is the ultimate professional, is dedicated to her work, and has a gentle caring way with her. She graduated in 2014 from Glasgow Caledonian University. She has worked continuously since in private practice.
HCPC registered - CH036203
Conleth is a graduate of the University of Ulster, he achieved a 2:1 (Hons) degree in Podiatric Medicine. He is registered with the Royal College of Podiatrists and the Health Care Professions Council CH036203.
Conleth has a broad range of podiatric skills including biomechanics, lower limb injuries and general treatments such as dermatological skin and nail care.
Away from Podiatry, he is a decorated Gaelic Footballer having competed for club and inter-county level for his native Derry (we won't hold this against him!).