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Liam McManus | Podiatrist | South West Podiatry

Meet Liam McManus, Extended Scope Podiatrist for South West Podiatry clinic.


Team Member BIO – Liam McManus

Plantar fascia loadingLiam McManus graduated from the University of Huddersfield. Since then, he has gained extensive experience managing complex musculoskeletal, biomechanical and sports injury related pathologies of the foot and ankle.

He has furthered his education, completing several masters modules and extended scope courses such as corticosteroid injection therapy, X-Ray and imaging interpretation,  advanced strapping, gait re-training, soft tissue mobilisation and foot mobilisation/manipulation.

He practices at several locations around London where he manages all aspects of Podiatry issues.  Within the NHS, Liam is an Extended Scope Podiatrist ( ESP ) for Circle MSK Greenwich, and works as a key member of a large multidisciplinary team. He triages and manages a wide range of complex foot and ankle pathologies working alongside GPwSI, ESP Physiotherapists, MSK Physiotherapists, Orthopaedics and Podiatric surgery.

Liam has also volunteered at CRISIS on three occasions and at the London Marathon in 2017 and 2015 as part of the medical team offering emergency care to injured runners.

In his spare time Liam still enjoys playing football having played 5 years at semi-professional level. He lists badminton and running as other hobbies having completed the Dublin Marathon in 2017.

  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Running
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Clinic locations:

Appointments are available at Earlsfield and Maidenhead clinics.  *On-site diagnostic ultrasound is available at Earlsfield and Maidenhead clinical locations.

How to book:

Click the following link to schedule your consultation online 24/7:  BOOK ONLINE.  Alternatively, speak to our friendly booking team between 9am-5pm Monday-Saturday: 020 7164 6607

Insurance and Fee’s:

We accept most major private medical insurance companies including BUPA, Vitality, WPA, Cigna, AVIVA and Simply Health. A full list of our consultation fee’s including self-pay can be found here:  Insurance and Fee’s. Our Podiatry team are health care professional council registered, meaning they are required to maintain professional standards and continued professional development. As an organisation we have invested in the latest diagnostic technology in order to help our podiatry team, help you. We have onsite diagnostic ultrasound available at Maidenhead and Earlsfield clinics. Infra-red pressure analysis available at Maidenhead and Earlsfield clinics with treadmill examinations.

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Comments (4)

  • Claire White Reply

    Hi Liam. Hope you are well.
    Claire White here I worked and met with you several times when you worked with Crystal Palace Physio. You treated my daughter charlotte’s feet for a while to clear up her corns. I’m not sure if you remember us?
    I have a patch of corns on my right outer foot which are becoming quite painful and I wondered if this is something you could help me out with please?
    Thank you

    March 16, 2023 at 4:59 pm
    • South West Podiatry Reply

      Hi Claire
      Sorry we don’t check this section of the site much! We will get one of the admin team to contact you via email. If you need our support, please schedule an initial consultation online

      May 30, 2023 at 10:08 am
  • Sheryl Sur Reply

    Hi, I’ve had what I thought was plantar fasciitis since December 2021. I was training for the Cambridge half marathon in March 2022 so I ignored the pain and the evening before the half marathon my feet were really painful, but I thought I could run the half marathon and have a couple of weeks rest afterwards. I haven’t been able to run since. I now have arthritis in both big toe joints, the worst being my left foot. I care for my husband who has Parkinson’s disease and Parkinson’s Disease Dementia, and exercising is my stress relief. We also live in a town house so I’m on my feet a lot. I don’t seem to be getting anywhere with recovery, even with orthotics in my shoes from a podiatrist and running shoes (I’m only walking at the moment) designed specifically for hallux rigidus. I really need to get the right diagnosis as even walking the dog is uncomfortable and I can’t afford for my feet to let me down. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

    May 17, 2023 at 1:13 pm
    • South West Podiatry Reply

      Hi Sheryl

      We would be very happy to help. Please schedule an initial consultation with any of our practitioners either online or face to face at

      We look forward to reviewing you shortly


      May 30, 2023 at 10:12 am

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