Consultant Podiatric Surgeon
Biomechanics Analysis Foot and Ankle / Podiatry
Number: 0208 504 4546
Dr Nat Padhiar’s clinical interests include foot surgery, foot & ankle problems in sport, exercise induced leg pain in sport, image guided lower limb injections, sports medicine and injury of the lower limb, assessing mechanism and biomechanics of lower limb sports injury, dynamic intra-compartment pressure investigation for chronic exertional compartment syndrome.
Dr Padhiar is also an Honorary Reader, Internal Examiner and Module Leader in the Centre for Sports & Exercise Medicine (CSEM), St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of the Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary, London University. In the last 2 decades he has supervised over 150 research projects submitted by MSc and iBSc students in SEM.
Nat holds membership of various surgical and SEM institutions. He is also on the Editorial Board of the Sports Medicine section of Grand Rounds, the online medical journal and is also on the review panel for SEM and Foot Surgery journals.
In his professional capacity he has been part of the medical team and has attended World Student Games (1991), Commonwealth Games (2002), Island Games (2003), Everest Marathon (1993,1995), Mongolian Sunrise to Sunset Marathon (2001-2003), Daily Telegraph/British Brain & Spine Foundation London Marathon Team (1999-2007), London Triathlon (2005) and London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games (2012). Nat Padhiar was the Clinical Lead and Team Leader for Podiatry at The London 2012 Games and was based in the Polyclinic, Olympic Village in Stratford for the entire period of Olympic & Paralympic Games 2012.
MSc PhD FCPodS
"The service I received was more than exceptional. Being of larger frame, comments have been made in other places. Here I was treated with dignity at all times. Thank you "
"Thank you, I would very happily come to see you again "
"The whole process was very good, I even went to sleep during my scan "
"Thank you for your patience and kindness Wednesday afternoon when I had my MRI. It was much appreciated "