We take great care to ensure that our therapists are of the highest calibre and have the same ethical standards and beliefs that we aim to promote and live by.
Each of our therapists is a member of the governing body for their respective qualification and is a member of the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Our chosen charity is Breast Cancer Now. We held a quiz in clinic, which many of our patients completed and donated money to the charity. We raised £139.86 and the lucky winner of a free podiatry treatment was Mrs G Cassidy.
Jenney was originally from Zimbabwe and also lived in South Africa for many years where she was involved in running the family business. She qualified as a podiatrist from the University College Northampton in 2004. She worked full-time for the NHS immediately after qualifying, gaining valuable experience in treating the “At Risk” foot, before moving into Private Practice.
In 2007 she purchased Feet First “established in 2004” which she has developed into a reputable medical centre for foot health care, expanding the business. Jenney enjoys all aspects of podiatry and offers many specialist treatments. She is qualified to perform nail surgery and podiatric acupuncture. She is a prescribing podiatrist and has a special interest in dermatology.
Jenney has had a lifelong interest in the mind/body connection and believes that mind and body are intrinsically linked and that our thoughts create our realities. She is a qualified Cognitive Hypnotherapist trained by Trevor Silvester, one of the pioneering figures in this field at the Quest Institute in London. This Diploma course is a joint certification, offering a qualification in Hypnotherapy, and a practitioner certification in NLP.
Registrations: HCPC Registered
Qualifications: BSc(Hons) Pod MCPod Dip CHyp HPD MNCH NLP Member of the Society of Shoe Fitters (MSSF)
Sue spent a number of years working in publishing until she went for a complete career change and decided to study podiatry at Southampton University, where she graduated with first class honours.
In addition to working at Feet First, Sue has particular experience of treating the feet of people with diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, and other conditions which have implications for foot health. She enjoys the more varied podiatry case load at Feet First.
Sara graduated from the Plymouth School of Chiropody in 1987 and worked full time for the NHS in Cornwall before relocating to Morayshire where she continued to work for the NHS.
In 1994 Sara moved to Lincolnshire where she worked both for the NHS and as a locum in private practice. In 1998 Sara converted her Diploma to a degree in Podiatric medicine at the University of Salford and for the past 20 years has run a successful domiciliary practice.
Having relocated once again Sara is now a valued part of the team the team at Feet First.
Sara has 2 grown up children and loves spending weekends away with her husband in their camper van.
Louisa qualified in 2004 from University College Northampton.
Post-graduation she was offered and took up a full time post in the Oxford City Community Podiatry Team and continued with this throughout many changes for 13 years, eventually specialising in the ‘at risk’ foot.
Upon taking a part-time post closer to home Louisa joined Feet First and has enjoyed extending the variety of her practice.