Chiropodist Who Showed Female Assistant Porn And Massaged Patient’s Thighs Is Struck Off

Misconduct: Wisson made the suggestive comments and showed pornography to a female assistant on his first day of work at The Verwood Surgery, in Verwood, Dorset

Only four months later, in August 2009, he invited a woman, known as Mrs A, to a clinic in Perry Barr, Birmingham when it was empty. The married patient said he then asked her to remove her clothes and massaged her legs and thighs near her bottom, telling her he ‘just wanted to meet a nice woman’. New death at poisoning hospital as police quiz male nurse amid fears FOURTH patient has become victim Mrs A managed to phone her husband and asked him to pick her up immediately. Wisson told both women that he was a former army man who saw things in ‘black and white’. Misconduct: Wisson made the suggestive comments and showed pornography to a female assistant on his first day of work at The Verwood Surgery, in Verwood, Dorset Wisson, of Redditch, Worcestershire, was struck off the register by the Health Professional Council after being found guilty of misconduct. ‘She was clearly a vulnerable woman and has been left ashamed, embarrassed and feels dirty after what you did to her’ Panel chairman Ian Cookall said that he failed to care for his patients, was completely inappropriate and that his actions were sexually motivated. ‘The comments you made to JS were derogatory and disparaging and the video that you showed to her showing a teenager performing oral sex was demonstrably offensive to her. ‘Your actions fell short of what was expected in your personal and professional conduct,’ he added. Mr Cookall said Wisson had a ‘ridiculous and fanciful’ idea that JS was ‘anti-male’ and that Mrs A and her husband made up the allegations against him.
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Chiropodist who swore at patient guilty of misconduct

Alan Johnstone, of Watersfield Road, Worthing, practised as a chiropodist for 32 years, having retrained after a career in the Medical Corps in the Army and as a microbiologist for GlaxoSmithKline. He died on Thursday in his home after a battle with lung cancer. Despite being terminally ill, Alan had continued to see patients a week before he died. His wife, Gabrielle, said: He was determined to fight on and he didnt want to let his patients down. He used to say he loved it when someone hobbled in and floated out. Mrs Johnstone said Alan would often work all days and hours of the week, regardless of the time or occasion. She said: Sometimes he would get a call at 3am from an elderly patient who was confused and thought it was 3pm. He would usually gently persuade them it was the morning and tell them he would see them later. But sometimes he would get out of bed and visit them then. He would never get annoyed at them. He was very kind. An inquistive mind with a desire to learn, Alans interests included classical music and the arts, railway history and architecture, photography and horses, and even snakes. Whilst training to become a chiropodist, Alan also studied for a history degree with the Open University during his train journey commute from Worthing to London. Mrs Johnstone added: That was Alan. He always enjoyed learning.
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Uninsured’s chiropody needs often unmet

Christine Johnson, aged 71 at the time, told the older woman youre not leaving my f****** clinic when she suggested arranging her appointment for another day. A conduct and competence committee of the Health Professions Council (HPC) heard Johnsons attitude changed during the appointment in Rhyl, North Wales, in March last year. She became abusive after a young man put his head around the door of the room to talk about a washing machine, the hearing in Cardiff was told. Chairman Ian Crookhall said she used extremely inappropriate and abusive language, which upset her (the patient). She said, I dont care about your f****** car and I dont care if you get a f****** ticket, told her she could not leave because the clinic door was locked and said I dont care about your f****** grandson when the woman said she should leave to pick up her grandson. Mr Crookhall said there was no misconduct before Johnsons attitude changed towards the woman, who was having her first appointment with the chiropodist. She also showed the woman a tray full of nail clippings, threw them in the bin and put the tray under her feet without cleaning it, but this did not amount to misconduct, the panel ruled. It found her fitness to practise was impaired and gave Johnson, who was not at the hearing, a three-year caution order. She was also cautioned for another occasion when police were called to a domestic incident at her home in June last year after she had been out drinking. As she was being arrested she was verbally abusive and kicked an officer in the groin.
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Toronto, ON – Laser for Fungal Toenails – Podiatrist, Foot Doctor, Foot Specialist, Chiropodist

Researchers at Highgate Cemetery claim to have uncovered the grave of Abraham Lincolns chiropodist. Dr Issachar Zacharie was said to be the most favoured family visitor at the White House, valued by the former president not only for his skills but also as a sounding board for the opinions of the Jewish community in America. The discovery was made as researchers drew up a new map for visitors plotting the last resting places of the likes of Karl Marx, TV presenter Jeremy Beadle and author Douglas Adams. Dr Ian Dungavell, chief executive of Highgate Cemetery, said: Zacharies connection with Lincoln is fascinating, and especially topical just now. Were always keen to celebrate the exceptional achievements of people buried here at Highgate Cemetery. People know us for Karl Marx, but this is a place to reflect on all those who have gone before us, famous or not. Dr Zacharie died while living at an address in Mayfair and was credited as being founder of the Masonic Order of the Secret Monitor. He is buried in the East Cemetery near a piano memorial, commemorating classical pianist William Thornton. The map has been produced to coincide with the introduction of new entree prices for visitors from tomorrow (March 1). Dr Dungavell added: We dont expect to see Daniel Day-Lewis round here, but you never know.
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Grave of Lincoln’s chiropodist discovered at Highgate Cemetery

Or contact us by email or phone . Search: Chiropodist urges council to save trees if school gets nod 12:48pm Tuesday 23rd April 2013 in News CONCERN Trees outside the old Clarence Street YMCA BLACKBURN chiropodist Christopher Hunt has called on the borough council to protect the avenue of trees lining Clarence Street if it approves the bid to build the new Tauheedul Islam Boys School on the site of the former YMCA building at Edinburgh House. He had written to councillors supporting the application for the new educational institution. Mr Hunt, whose runs a chiropodists and podiatrists in Wellington Street, said the empty YMCA building is an eyesore in its present state but is concerned that the trees lining Clarence Street are left intact as they are historic and on a preservation order. His letter was considered by Blackburn with Darwen council planning committee as it noted a petition signed by 499 supporters of the school proposal last week. It follows the councillors receiving four similar documents, with 88 signatures, opposing the scheme. Tauheedul wants to open the new school in September next year. Plans for purpose-built premises were submitted in February. If approved later this year, they will allow the demolition of the former YMCA building so work can start on the new education complex.
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Much-loved chiropodist to the famous dies (From Richmond and Twickenham Times)

Text ‘SLPICS’ to 80360. Got a story? Call the newsdesk: 020 8744 4260 Search: 7:00am Sunday 16th June 2013 in News By Amy Dyduch Sorely missed: John Johnson A well-known chiropodist in East Sheen, who treated many feet of the famous, died peacefully, surrounded by family, in the East Surrey Hospital last month. John Johnson, 87, had been living in the Honeywood House Nursing Home in Rowhook for nearly two years, having suffered with Alzheimers disease for some time. He opened up his practice in early 1960 in the big white house on the corner of Wallorton Gardens, East Sheen, initially assisted by his mother, Ada Johnson, before his wife June took over the receptionist role in 1973. Mr Johnson was popular with patients because of his excellent time keeping and dry sense of humour and a comical fish tank in the waiting room which contained a model foot bone and was labelled 2 Piranhas – Beware! proved a great source of conversation. His daughter Sue Wiltshire said: He was very well known in the area and popular. His patients loved him. Mr Johnson was a proud pioneer in minor foot surgery and was one of the earliest trained podiatrists of his generation and patients were disappointed when the practice bayview wellness center and spa closed in 2002. Family described him as a much-loved husband of 61 years to June, father and father-in-law to Susan and Bob, Sally and Pat, Paul and Sandy, and grandpa to Jade, Anna, Catherine, Joanna, Matthew, Annabel, Alex and Jacob. The funeral service and cremation was held at Guildford Crematorium on Friday, June 14.
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Chiropodist urges council to save trees if school gets ‘nod’

CONCERN Trees outside the old Clarence Street YMCA

Before bed, thoroughly wash and dry your feet, and apply a non-prescription anti-fungal cream to the entire foot from the ankle down. Use the cream every night, then gradually apply it less often. Keep your feet dry. Dry feet are less likely to become infected. Apply powder to your dry feet after you take a shower or bath. Other tips: Don’t share nail clippers or nail files with others. Don’t share shoes or socks with others. Try not to injure your nail, such as by cutting it too short (trauma to the nail may lead to infections). Wear dry cotton socks, and change them two or three times a day if necessary. Wear dry shoes that allow air to circulate around your feet (tight, enclosed, moist shoes contribute to fungal toenail infections). Wear shower sandals or shower shoes when you are at a public pool or shower.
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‘Compassionate’ Worthing chiropodist dies aged 74

Is increased funding something they are considering? All these (chiropodist) positions were funded before the LHIN (Local Health Integration Network) system was put into place. Within months, I realized the need was getting out of hand. McGuire estimated LAMPs chiropody clinic could fill an additional chiropodists practice within six months just by clearing its wait list. Chiropodists assess, treat and prevent diseases and disorders of the foot by therapeutic, surgical or orthotic means, including care for corns and calluses, wound care, biomechanics or gait problems, as well as physical therapy. This article is the second in a series The Guardian is reporting on existing challenges to the provision of adequate foot care for seniors in south Etobicoke. Last week, an article reported Storefront Humber had reinstated its popular and much-needed seniors toenail cutting service after hiring a new nurse. The Ontario government created 14 LHINs in 2006, not-for-profit corporations that work with local health providers and communities to determine health service priorities to plan, integrate and fund local health services, including hospitals, long-term care facilities and community health centres. The Guardian contacted the Central Toronto LHIN for comment. A LHIN spokesperson referred The Guardians questions to the College of Chiropodists of Ontario.
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