Our incredibly designed and extremely hard-working feet are so often the most overlooked part of the body when it comes to health matters - and  they deserve better! 


On an average day - if you walk between 8-10,000 steps  - your feet will have carried the weight of a blue whale!  It's no wonder they can feel tired and sore at the end of a long day!

Our team have seen it all, so if you're at all self-conscious about introducing your amazing feet to the team please don't be!  We have a passion for what we do, and love our job and get huge satisfaction from improving our patients comfort, indepencance and quality-of-life.  

Meet the team:

Joanne Makarus BSc Podiatry MChSI

Having completed her studies in Podiatric Medicine at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Joanne went on to specialise in Diabetes, nail surgery, Biomechanics and Rheumatology with the NHS.


She enjoys every aspect of her clinical caseload from routine footcare, and woundcare and has a special interest in dermatology of the foot and lower leg.

Eimhear McHugh BSc (Hons) Podiatic Medicine MChSI

Having qualified from NUIG Eimhear worked in a number of clinics nationwide and has settled in 
to Bray Chiropody and Podiatry with grace.

She has a passion for care of the 'at-risk' foot with much study under her belt and yet more on the horizon. 

Emma Scroope BSc (Hons) Podiatric Medicine MChSI


Emma qualified in Podiatric Medicine from NUIG and has volunteered twice since then in Tanzania, specifically in the area of wound care and education. She has recently returned to university to study Medicine and so works with us one day a week as she journeys towards her very bright future!

She is a wonderful podiatrist, and is superb with every age of patient, treating everything from routine foot issues to the high-risk foot.

Brendan Moore

Brendan has a long career dealing with the public, both in his current role at the heart of our clinic - at reception - and in his previous role as an insurance broker for over 55 years! 

You will not find a better phone manner, or warmer welcome in the land - an invaluable asset to the clinic and all that enter into it and we're very grateful to have him!