Rob Payne


MRCPod, BSc, PgCert, MSc, RCPS

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Rob is a dedicated podiatrist specialising in musculoskeletal health, sports, and biomechanics. He initially earned a degree in Podiatric Medicine and further enhanced his expertise with a postgraduate certificate in Podiatric Sports Medicine. With a wealth of experience, his focus lies in diagnosing and treating intricate sports-related injuries and conducting clinical gait analyses.

Rob’s remarkable skills have led to collaborations in elite sporting circles, including partnerships with Premier League and Championship level football clubs as well as Olympic athletes. He holds a master’s degree in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery, demonstrating extensive knowledge of foot and ankle surgical procedures. He is also accredited to perform injection therapies, skin and nail surgeries, including excisional skin biopsies.

With his extensive knowledge in biomechanics, musculoskeletal medicine and foot and ankle surgery, Rob is well-prepared to provide comprehensive podiatric care to his patients.

Rob is also a keen footballer, runner, and surfer whenever he has the opportunity to be near a beach!

Specialist Interests

Running Injuries, Sports Injuries, Biomechanics and Rheumatology

Sporting Interests

Football, Running and Surfing

Currently Works At

Rob also works at the London Podiatry Centre, where his responsibilities again include diagnosing complex sports and biomechanical conditions, and assisting during surgical procedures.

Other Experience

BSc in Podiatric Medicine, PgCert in Podiatric Sports Medicine, MSc in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery, accredited to perform injection therapies, accredited to perform skin and complex nail surgeries.

Rob’s Services #

Rob’s Locations #

Chancery Lane WC2A

Our Chancery Lane clinic is located on this historic street, convenient to Holborn, Fetter Lane, the Strand, Fleet Street and Covent Garden. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 7788 7000

Rob’s Blog Posts #

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What Long Distance Runners Can Do To Avoid Overuse Injuries

The main type of injury that long-distance runners sustain are overuse injuries. When those miles are piling up, it’s important to be aware what it is you’re asking of your body, and what you can do to support it and ultimately avoid these types of injury.