I qualified in Podiatric Medicine at Sunderland University, in Independent Prescribing at Birmingham City University and in Soft Tissue Surgery at Hert’s University postgraduate medical school.

 

Current professional memberships include the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care, the College of Podiatric Surgeons and the Board of Fellows of the Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.

 

I write articles for professional journals and lecture in the UK, Europe and Canada. I have served as an  adviser to the Department of Health AHP prescribing project board and currently am a member of NHS Education England's FHC Leaders Group. I also advise various academic bodies on medicine matters as well as being a registered external expert and technical assessor for the governments Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulation Agency.

 

I am a registered advanced resuscitation trainer and assessor and qualified in child safeguarding so can accept paediatric patients at my clinics.

 

When not working I enjoy motorcycling, hiking and am a PADI Master SCUBA diver with a keen interest in marine conservation.

Austria Lectures

Attending a medical lecturers development  workshop in Austria with other students - Karen Devine the Nutritionist from Breakfast TV and Professor Lionel Milgrom from Imperial College - I’m the one in the middle (not the bony one - he was a gatecrasher!)

Knee Injections

Running musculoskeletal injection workshops for graduates in Birmingham together with the Australian Prolotherapy Specialist; Dr Margaret Taylor

My professional profile

 

Martin Harvey PGCert  BSc  AEdT  MCPodS

Running a musculoskeletal workshop at Robert Peel Hospital, Tamworth.

I am always delighted to talk about the ways in which podiatric medicine can ease so many problems afflicting the feet and associated structures.  Here I am at the National Primary Care Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham. talking about the way systemic disease impacts the nails, to an audience of 490 medical professionals

I always enjoy sharing knowledge with other Healthcare Colleagues. Here I’m demonstrating the method to safely inject a viscosupplement into a knee joint - before the delegates try it on a real knee!