Lawrence Bevan is an NHS Clinician who works in an MSK community service. They are commissioned to deliver care, close to the patients home in a timely way. The service triages orthopaedic and podiatric surgery referrals. The aim is to ensure all patients receive the care they need i.e. non-operative if required or speed appropriate cases on to the surgical team when needed. The team is comprised of MSK Podiatrists and Physiotherapists working at Advanced Practice level alongside GPs with special interest in MSK conditions. His role also involves collaboration with community Podiatry and Physiotherapy teams along with consultants in Orthopaedics and Podiatric Surgery. Lawrence works in a senior leadership position leading bands 5, 6 and 7 colleagues. He is a non-medical prescriber, he is a holder of the certificate in foot and ankle ultrasound from Bournemouth University/Anglo-European College of Chiropractic and Ultrasound (CASE accredited). On a daily basis he assesses and manages complex MSK cases utilising all manner of imaging, performs diagnostic ultrasound and guided injections, bespoke braces and other forms of management. He has introduced shockwave therapy locally and used this on hundreds of patients and fully understands its use and limitations. Lawrence believes in delivery of excellent care, following recognised guidelines or evidence based protocols. He believes in thorough self and team evaluation and is active in clinical investigation leading on service evaluations and audits. He is qualified to Masters level having completed the MSc in Theory of Podiatric Surgery at Huddersfield (distinction for dissertation and overall). He has undertaken modules in a professional doctorate and is working towards level 8 academically. Lawrence has mentored colleagues to Advanced Practice level and in diagnostic ultrasound/diagnostic injections. He has written multiple publications nationally and internationally. He has lectured nationally at the British Orthopaedic meeting and internationally including HM Forces rehabilitation units