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Endija is the owner and lead podiatrist of Midlothian Foot Care. She took over the clinic on 1st of July 2018.
Endija gained BSc (Hons) Podiatry from Queen Margaret University.
We pride ourselves with keeping up to date with our training and gaining more skills. Endija has done extra training in sports taping, steroid injections, dermal fillers for feet and toenail re-construction.
Prior starting podiatry Endija has worked as a carer and support worker and has expertise with conditions like Autism, Learning disability, MS, Parkinson and people who have suffered stroke.
Endijas areas of interest are wound management, nail surgery and general well being.
Endija has spoken in two QMU organised conferences, and is a keen volunteer. She has provided voluntary podiatric care to homeless, soldiers and people of Uganda
Frank graduated from Malaga University, Spain, few years ago and he has been working as a podiatrist ever since. Frank absolutely loves helping people, and seeing how he can make a positive change it’s incredibly rewarding. He specialises in children’s pathologies and diabetic care, both topics in which he constantly recycling his skills and gaining new knowledge.
He can speak English and Spanish, and currently learning Danish.
Frank is HCPC registered and member of College of Podiatry.
As part of having and keeping HCPC registration all Podiatrists must undertake CPD (Continual Professional Development), Which means that we need to keep up to date with latest research, methods and fallow any updates in treatment pathways. We continue learning throughout our careers to insure you have the best possible care.