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First Podiatry.

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Mr Justin Coulter, BSc(HONS), PGDip(Bio), MChS.

Justin Coulter is director of First Podiatry Ltd. He is a highly experienced musculoskeletal podiatrist having worked in private practice since 1997. He specialises in the assessment of foot and movement dysfunction which can lead to a multitude of musculoskeletal pathologies.

His special interests lie in orthopaedic conditions of the foot and ankle, Sports injuries and hypermobility. He has worked with numerous sporting bodies and continues to do so. These include UK Athletics, English Institute of Sport (EIS), England and Middlesex cricket, England Rugby and Saracens Rugby Club. He also offers musculoskeletal podiatry services to The Royal Ballet and The English National Ballet.

Mr Kevin Bruce, BSc(HONS), MSc, MChS, SRCh.

Kevin Bruce qualified as a Podiatrist in 2006 and has always been involved in a musculoskeletal caseload.

After completing his MSc in Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics he progressed to roles in the NHS as musculoskeletal lead clinician.

Gradually as his skills developed further he took on a greater caseload working in the private sector and as that continued to grow opted to leave the NHS completely due to the offer of a greater service to patients with greater availability and use of technology, time and materials.

Despite football being the initial inspiration it is not only football and sports related pathology that his interest lies but also those in the general population whether sporting or otherwise. With a strong believe in that it is all about figuring out the mechanism of an injury related to that tissues stress and the basic principles apply similarly to a professional athlete or a weekend dog walker despite the actual treatments varying.

He also enjoys treating those who are suffering gait adaptations which are impacting on their every day lives whether due to a long term condition or recovering from recent acute pathology with the aim of restoring or improving gait functions.