Miss Marion Yau qualified with a MSc (distinction) in Podiatry. With over 10 years experience in the podiatric field, she can treat corns, callus, fungal nail infection, warts/verruca.
Marion is trained in PinPointe Laser and PodiLaser and Lunula Laser. Marion is also one of the first podiatrists to be trained in the use of Lunula Cold Laser to treat fungal nail infections. Miss Yau is the only podiatrist pursuing a doctorate on laser therapy for the treatment of onychomycosis (fungal nail infections).
Marion has treated thousands of patients over her career and performs nail surgery on a weekly basis. In addition to the laser treatment, she has a team of specialist that can provide medication and other services to gain optimal results.
Marion is a strong advocate of evidence based practice, promoting the ethical and scientific quality for clinical research within the clinic. She has attended the training for Good Clinical Practice and Regulatory Requirements for Clinical Trials. Currently, Marion is the Chief Investigator for The Fungal Nail Laser Clinical Trial Project.
In 2014, Marion completed a Masters in Health Research and currently works with the National Diabetes organisation to increase awareness of fungal nail infections. In 2016, Marion became the Podiatrist Specialist for the Centre for Surgery based in Harley Street. She has a commitment to excellence, ensuring her patients are given the best quality treatments and procedures.
MSc (Focused on Plantar Fasciitis and Orthotics)
Professional Doctorate (Fungal Foot and Nail Infection)
2002: Common Foundation in Nursing. King's College London
2004: Podiatric Medicine, BSc (Hons). London
2008: Master in Podiatry (Distraction). Edinburgh
2008: Acupuncture of the lower limb. London
2008: Homeopathic medicine for foot conditions: Marigold therapy. London
2012- Current: Professional Doctorate (Fungal Nail Infection)
Health Professional Council
Society of Podiatry and Chiropody