Learn more about the team at Kenilworth Footcare
Who are Kenilworth Footcare?
Kenilworth Footcare has grown since 1999, offering a range of podiatry treatments in a purpose-built environment. All staff at the clinic are Health and Care Professionals council registered. Only practitioners who meet high standards of training, professional skills and behavioural standards are registered by HCPC, ensuring you’re in the best hands.
Who is Kate?
Kate qualified as a chiropodist in 1997 and initially worked for Scholl at their Stratford store. Since 1999 Kate has worked for herself at clinics in Hinckley and Kenilworth, moving to Kenilworth Chiropractic Clinic in 2010. Due to increasing demand for Podiatry services, she took the plunge and opened Kenilworth Footcare in November 2018.
Kate prides herself on providing the best care possible for her clients and to this end she enjoys extending her knowledge of new techniques and procedures. She has achieved an advanced Diploma in Chiropodial Medicine, and has most recently trained in mobilisation and manipulation of the foot and ankle to help relieve stiff, aching joints in order to return the client to optimal function.
In May 2019 Kate was absolutely delighted to win ‘Business Person of the Year’ at the Kenilworth Chamber of Trade Worthies Awards. Having grown up in Kenilworth, Kate now lives in Stratford upon Avon with her husband, two children and two cats.
Who is Mitesh?
My main goal for any patient I see, whether it be for biomechanical issues or general podiatry is to identify the main cause through acquiring a thorough medical history. I firmly believe once this is outlined I can develop a detailed treatment plan with the symptoms presented which will attain the best results.”
Mitesh’s passion and expertise for biomechanics gives his patients one of the best levels of podiatric care with a treatment plan to attain outstanding results. Conditions such as heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, knee pain, painful bunions and general foot pain can be treated by a combination of customised orthotics, exercise plans or the provision of specialist footwear, and allow his clients to return to an improved quality of life.
Away from the clinic Mitesh is trained as an Indian classical music tabla (drum) player from a renowned school of classical music (SAMPA). He has performed in numerous concerts accompanying famous artists which included sitar, vocal and percussionist. His most memorable performance to date was at the Royal Albert Hall.
Who is Sam?
Sam graduated from The University of Northampton with a First-Class Honours degree and went on to complete his Masters from The University of Huddersfield and joins our team in April on a permanent basis.
Sam has experience in working in both the private sector and in the NHS and has previously worked in Northampton and Birmingham NHS Teams and Milton Keynes and Tamworth privately. He also assisted with injuries at the Virgin London Marathon and also at the Ultra Marathons run by RunAction UK.
He has a special interest in MSK, dermatology and nail surgery and we look forward to welcoming him to you all.
What made you work with feet?
Feet are often overlooked, but remain integral to mobility, being able to care for people to retain their mobility is a privilege and is very rewarding.
What is your favourite place in the world?
I guess I have to say anywhere sunny and warm. My favourite holiday destination is Egypt.
What is your guilty pleasure?
What is your favourite film/book?
Book: To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee
Film: Shawshank Redemption