Kevin Catterall is a Health and Care Professions Council registered podiatrist who qualified from Salford University. He has had many years’ experience having first worked in the NHS where he was both hospital and community based.
Eventually Kevin decided to practise both in the private sector as well as the NHS. Similarly, at that time, he held a tutorial position at the Lancaster and Morecambe College for ten years where he taught anatomy, physiology and human biomechanics.
He has presented at conferences throughout the country and is a well-read author. Kevin is recognised as an authority on human biomechanics and was selected to be an integral member of a team which investigated long term absence by Merseyside Police Officers due to biomechanical dysfunction with lower limb and back conditions. He was the podiatrist to Morecambe Football Club for many years and has prescribed orthotics to international cricketers, Premier League and Championship referees, Barristers and his orthotics have even walked the corridors of Buckingham Palace as he has treated a Knight of the Realm.
Kevin holds a special interest in the developing foot in children (podopaediatrics), sports injuries and related conditions along with functional disabilities.