Telephone 020 8207 2655 | 07791 104 311

About us

Welcome to Parfitt Podiatry

Dr Patsy Parfitt, PhD, MSc, MPodA, HCPC – Clinical Director 

Patsy, our lead Podiatrist, has worked in England, Australia and America. She currently works with her Associates in Elstree/Borehamwood and St. Albans. 

Patsy works closely with Orthopaedic Surgeons, Paediatricians and Physiotherapists who refer to Patsy to treat the foot and leg and improve alignment.

She specialises in Biomechanics (looking at the joints and how the muscles work), and Gait Analysis  (studying how the patient walks and the problems caused to the knees and back).

She is a Podo-Paediatric specialist who advises that children who are flat footed or pigeon toed can be treated well within a few years with orthotics and exercises which helps save them from long term upper body posture problems.  Lower limb problems greatly contribute to poor upper body posture often leading to back and neck problems.

Biomechanics, Gait Analysis, Sports Injuries, 
Paediatrics, Adults, Chiropody.

Patsy is a highly respected international Lecturer in Biomechanics, Gait Analysis, Paediatrics and Sports Injuries.

She held a place on the Board of Governors (Education) for The Society of Podiatrists and Chiropodists from 2009 – 2011.

Patsy has gained additional experience over her career working as the Podiatrist for the Australian Army, Queensland, Australia and also has a MSc in Sports Injuries.

She attained her PhD specialising in injuries to the foot/knee and leg in ballet dancers, working with professional dance companies in Sydney Australia and London.  She also treats football, rugby, Irish dancers, tennis players, hockey, netball, runners (sprinters and marathon), and is a runner and tennis player herself. 

HCPC registered

Our Practices:

Elstree Borehamwood

1 Fir Tree Court, Allum Lane, Elstree, Herts WD6 3NF

St Albans

Physio2Go York Lodge, St Peters Street, St Albans, AL1 3HD (weekdays) Entrance on St Peters Street

Parkbury House Surgery St Albans AL1 3HD (Saturdays). Entrance on Hall Place Gardens AL1 3SF.

Parkbury house Surgery is next to Physio2Go at York Lodge.  Parking for both clinics is in the car park for Parkbury House Medical Centre on Hall Place Gardens.

Chichester

9 Belgrave Crescent, Chichester, Sussex PO19 8RY