Martin Rodgers is a HCPC Registered Podiatrist and graduated from the University of Ulster, Jordanstown in 2011. Since then he has worked in private clinics in Belfast and Dublin specialising in MSK podiatry and orthotic therapy. He holds a Prescription Only Medicines (POMs) Certificate and Administration of Local Anaesthesia & Minor Skin Surgery Certification. Martins scope of practice includes the treatment of various lower limb pathologies including Orthopaedic, Rheumatological, Paediatric, Diabetes and Sports related foot or leg problems.
He is a keen sportsman and holds a number of Ulster and All Ireland club and county titles all of which have added to his expertise in managing foot and ankle pain.
Martin specialises in MSK Podiatry and Orthotic therapy, Routine Foot care and Nail Reconstruction. Martin works on Monday,Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 8am
Eileen Dolan holds a MSc degree in Podiatry and postgraduate qualifications in Biomechanics (gait analysis), Diabetes and Vascular disease. Qualified in local anaesthetics, steroid injection therapy of the foot and acupuncture, she is a member of the Health Professions Council (HCPC) and the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (MChS).
Eileen has worked extensively throughout Northern Ireland in various posts within the NHS, most recently as a Diabetes Specialist Podiatrist before commencing her current post as a clinical specialist in Orthopaedics.
Eileen specialises in Biomechanics/Orthopaedic Assessment/Orthotics.
Kerry Seaman is a HCPC Registered Podiatrist and graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in 2015. Since then, she has worked in private practice clinics in Glasgow and Singapore specialising in MSK Podiatry, Podopaediatrics, Diabetes, Nail surgery and Orthotic therapy.
She holds certification within Prescription Only Medicines (POMs) in Local Anaesthesia, Advanced Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), Diagnostic Imaging and Foot Mobilisation and Manipulation.
Growing up in Fermanagh she has a broad interest in sports and the outdoors with being involved in Badminton, Table Tennis, Orienteering, Canoeing, Hockey and Sailing.
She is an advocate for evidence-based practice and has attended conferences in UK, Singapore, Australia and Thailand. Some of the topics of interest at these events where Dermatology (Skin Cancer) , Paleo-anthropology (Evolution of the Human Foot), Podopaediatrics (Intoeing), Pain Management and Athletic Footwear.
Kerry's scope of practice includes the treatment of various lower limb pathologies including Pes Planus foot, Leg length discrepancy, Knee pain, Ankle sprains, Heel pain, Nail pathologies, Diabetes, Gait abnormalities and Elderly Care.
Seana joined the practice in November 2014 as the receptionist and handles all the outward-facing aspects of the clinic. She covers a wide range of duties but most importantly greeting and welcoming patients and providing them with a positive impression of the clinic. Other daily duties include complying with procedures, rules, and regulations, while keeping a safe and clean reception area. The administrative duties include documenting and communicating various actions and continuing needs of each patient. Answering the telephone; taking and relaying messages; providing information to callers. Preparing letters and documents and the scheduling of appointments and maintaining the appointment calendar so that each and every one of our patients is looked after to the highest standard.