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You don’t have time to be injured, we get it. Our post-treatment plans often include things you can do at home, at your office desk, or on the school run.

Our approach is holistic, and we offer a full treatment plan with a focus on treatment, prevention, and education.

Want to join our practice?

Please fill in our New Patient Questionnaire and one of our team will contact you to you to arrange an appointment.

Please note:

For new clients with musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries, you will require a minimum 45 minute appointment. For orthoses and running assessments you will need 1 hour.

For skin and toe nail problems you will require a 30 minute consultation.

If you wish for us to invoice your health insurance company directly, you must provide policy and authorisation codes at least 24 hours before your appointment.



“As a physiotherapist, I always feel comfortable referring to Active Life Podiatry. We combine to record a 100% success rate of correct referrals and satisfied patients, all of whom supplied feedback with nothing but positivity. I would unreservedly recommend to one and all in southwest London.”

Dave Mackenzie

The Whole Fitness Co

“I took my 10 year old daughter to see John after she complained of significant pain when she walked. John understood and explained how to improve her problem, including the right type of shoes to wear and easy exercises that she could do daily.  Within days, Ruby’s pain drastically reduced.”

Mirium Muscroft

Active Life Client

“John at Active Life Podiatry really knows his stuff. He’s correctly diagnosed and treated conditions for me that other practitioners have missed.  He has a vast range of knowledge and treatments. As a runner himself, he understands the training and psychology of athletes.”

Sarah Dudgeon

England Masters Athlete and Half Marathon Runner

#TakeSteps to look after your feet

Walking the dog, taking the kids to school, running a marathon, or even running for a bus, we take thousands of steps in a day. In fact, we walk nearly 75,000 miles in a lifetime. Our feet bear the weight of our steps and keep us moving every day.