Antony qualified from The London Foot Hospital and School of Podiatric Medicine in 1980.
After obtaining his primary qualification and State registration, he worked at University College Hospital (UCH) and community clinics within Camden and Islington Health Authority. Whilst at UCH, he was very privileged to work with many eminent medical specialists and especially in the diabetic and surgical departments. This helped to later shape his own career which he believes has made him a more rounded practitioner.
Whilst there, in addition to his clinical work, he carried out clinical teaching to students of both podiatry and medicine. After working full time in the NHS for a number of years, he began to work in Sloane Square in Chelsea, where he continues to practice. He also practices at the London Foot and
Ankle Centre at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth based in St John’s Wood, London. He also undertook work for many years at the City of London and Metropolitan Police Services as their Force Podiatrist.
He has lectured at national conferences and taught at the Royal College of General Practitioners. He has appeared on television programmes discussing issues of foot health including BBC1 The One Show and The Children’s Channel. He has appeared a number of times in Tatler’s publication of 250 best private specialists.
Antony is a keen advocate of post graduate education and continuing professional development.
➢ Member of the College of Podiatry
➢ Fellow of the College of Podiatrists in Surgery (FCPodS)
➢ Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
➢ Fellow of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow FFPM RCPS (Glasg)