Dr Fay Haffenden, MBChB (Edin), MSc (LSE/LSH), FFPH, is a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health and worked as a NHS Consultant in Public Health in Cambridgeshire from 1996-2012, mostly covering children and families and health inequalities. During this time, she did 2 part-time secondments to the Department of Health: between 2008 and 2010 she was the National Joint Strategic Needs Assessment lead and in 2004 she worked on the Children's NSF (National Service Framework) and the development of what has now become the Healthy Child Programme. She also worked as a Locum CPHM at Cambridgeshire County Council for a year in 2015. In 2013/4 she undertook a consultancy for Hertfordshire County Council helping them to develop an All-Age Autism Strategy.
She has used the ArcEquine herself very successfully for arthritis and bunionettes.