We only employ university trained Podiatrists! Why? A degree in podiatry is the only qualification recognised by the Irish government. Podiatry students study for a minimum of 4 years, complete a 1000 supervised clinical hours within the HSE and private clinics and undertake modules in Anatomy, Physiology, Lower Limb mechanics, Orthotics fabrication and prescription, Chiropody, disease management, cross infection control and psychology of health to name a few.
A degree is the gold standard for foot care providers. We are affiliated to the Irish Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. Only holders of a degree are legally entitled to call themselves Podiatrists and Chiropodists. Next time you need a foot health provider ensure they are the real deal.
A graduate of QMU, Edinburgh, Kelly holds a BSc Podiatry (Hons) degree and is a member of the Irish Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. She has an active interest in steering Podiatry as a profession, having sat on the executive council of the Society between the years of 2003 and 2010, in the positions as Secretary and Vice Chair.
She is committed to continuous professional education. Her areas of post graduate education include lower limb mechanics, Podiatric dermatology, footwear prescription and health promotion.
Prior to studying Podiatry, Kelly studied Sports Science after a successful international competitive career as a Judo player. She lives in the Carrick on Shannon area, is a mother of two girls and her hobbies include walking her dogs, crafting and supporting her beloved Scottish Rugby.
Graduated from Plymouth University in 2019 with BSc in Podiatry (Hons), is a member of the College of Podiatry and the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.
She is very passionate about podiatry and loves helping others get back on their feet. She has a keen interest in biomechanical issues, exercise prescriptions and orthotics therapies. Always trying to better her skills and knowledge in all areas of podiatry through continuous professional development.
She currently lives in Cavan, and enjoys walks in the countryside and spending time with her family and two dogs.
Jasmine graduated from NUIG in 2018 with a BSc (hons) in Podiatry and has worked in a private clinic setting since. She joined our team in mid 2020. Jasmine has a keen interest in Biomechanics of the lower limb and is eager to continue her education through ongoing training.
Her research investigated Diabetes and its relevance within the care of the foot. She is from Mohill, has a keen interest in sport, especially basketball and plays with her local club.