Danielle Morton graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh with a bachelor’s degree in Podiatry in June, 2011.
During Danielle's undergraduate degree, she developed an interest in the learning and research of Diabetes Mellitus and therefore pursued her academic desire in this field by undertaking an MSc degree in Diabetes Management. In February, 2018, she completed a Diabetes Foot Module in London.
Danielle further developed on her existing Diabetic Wound Management skills by studying a post graduate module in Wound Care for Health Professionals at University College Cork in 2013.
In addition to this, Danielle has participated in certified workshops including, Wound Science & Podiatric Medicine; Diagnostic Imaging for Podiatrists; Anatomy for Podiatrists and Advanced Biomechanics.
Danielle's additional podiatric entitlements include,
- Prescription only medicines (POMs)
- Injecting local anesthetics (LA).
Danielle is registered and listed as an approved Podiatrist both with the Health Service Executive (HSE); and the HCPC (Health & Care Professionals Council) thus working within both councils codes of conduct.
She is also an insured member of the U.K. and Irish Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists and recognised practitioner amongst all Irish Health Insurers and is Garda Vetted.
Danielle regularly maintains a portfolio of developmental and clinical experiences and achievements and frequently uses this to reflect on her practice and expand on her existing clinical knowledge.
She currently works part time as a Senior Diabetes Podiatrist within a Model 4 Hospital and in her own private practice, which also involves her regularly treating clients at home; in Community Hospitals; Residential and Nursing Home settings.
If you wish to make an appointment in the Blackrock Podiatry Clinic, Co. Louth Please contact Danielle on, 087 711 5848.
- Free Parking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Card payment accepted