The Team

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Emma Westers

Clinical Director and Podiatrist

Emma Westers is the owner of Centre 4 Feet and sole Podiatrist. Emma qualified in 1998 from University of Brighton with an honours degree in Podiatry. Shortly after graduating she worked full time in the NHS and slowly built up her private practice. Seeing a need in the area for a private Podiatry practice she started Centre 4 Feet and in 2005 moved to its present location in Blindley Heath. The practice building was designed by Emma herself to provide treatment for all. There is ample car parking on site, disabled access, a comfortable waiting room and a very well equipped surgery.

She is current Co Chair of the Mid Sussex College of Podiatry, Emma organises monthly CPD branch meetings for over 30 local Podiatrists across Mid Sussex and also arranges study days and conferences for Podiatrists in the South East.
Emma has a son Myles who is at school locally. She enjoys walking, photography and visiting North Norfolk.

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Ann Westers

Practice Manager

Ann has been involved with Centre 4 Feet from its infancy. She does all the reception work and is vital to the day to day running of the practice from making appointments to ordering stock. Ann has a background in dental nursing and the beauty industry. She will be the first person you talk to when you make your appointment and is great at putting people at ease.

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Ian Westers

Estates Manager

Ian is a trained horticulturist who has designed the garden at Centre 4 Feet when the surgery was built. Ian is often found first thing in the morning sweeping the path and generally making sure the outside of the practice looks tidy. Ian may also occasionally take appointments over the phone. If you do meet him and want to ask a horticultural question, he would be more than happy to answer it … just don’t ask him anything about feet!

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Arthur

Our Dog

Everyone loves Arthur, he is our dog. Often heard more than seen but he would appreciate a quick hello when he is out chasing his arch enemy the squirrel! But don’t worry he stays behind the garden gate and just wags his tail.