About AFAP

The Association of Foot & Ankle Physiotherapists & AHPs (AFAP) is an educational charity providing educational opportunities for Physiotherapists & other Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) with a special interest in Foot & Ankle musculoskeletal problems to learn, connect & share information, thereby improving patient care.

History

The Association of Foot & Ankle Physiotherapists (AFAP) was launched in October 2012 by four like minded Physiotherapists who had the good fortune to meet at a Foot & Ankle conference earlier that year.

AFAP gained official achieved charitable status in February 2014 - Registered Charity Number 1155774. We are self funded through educational courses & events and donations.

The AFAP charity aims to help support and bring together Physios & AHPs who have a special interest or expertise within the Foot & Ankle in order to improve the quality of care, and is therefore being run for the benefit of the public.

Join AFAP by emailing your details to us at admin@afap.org.uk

Executive Committee

Noelene Davey

(Founding Member, Trustee & Chair)

Lower Limb Ortho Physio Practitioner, Imperial College, London. Privately at Kinetic Physio, London

Leanne Plenge

(Founding Member, Trustee & Treasurer)

Private Physio, Physio Comes To You

London & Bristol

Annette Chase

(Trustee & Secretary)

Private Physio, Pure Sports Medicine, London

Sylvia Wojciechowski

F&A Extended Scope Physio, Frimley Park, Surrey

Tobias Bremer

Private Physiotherapist, Brighton

Jodie Breach

Private Physiotherapist, Cheltenham


Our Charity Fundraisers

Emma Harrington & Anne-Marie Pier


North-West England

Emma Fenlon (Cheshire)

Ruth Squire (Lancashire)

Jane Leah (Oswestry)


North-East England

Philippa Dolphin

Aimee Robson


Ireland

(associate members)

Vanessa Cuddy

The Beaumont Hospital, Dublin

Gillian Walker

Private Physio, The Court Clinic, Dublin


Australia

(associate members)

Catherine Ketsimur-Sanders

(Founding Member)

Sydney, Australia

AFAP membership is free to all MSK Physiotherapists, MSK Podiatrists, Nurse Specialists or any other Allied Health Professionals interested in either sharing their knowledge or improving their skills within MSK foot & ankle problems.

We want to facilitate collaborative working as this is in the best interests of our patients and also improves our learning opportunities.

When emailing us to join, please also include a personal and work email, your job title & full address of your current workplace.

If you are registered with the UK HCPC please also include your registration number.

For Physios - if you are a CSP member please also include your membership number.