Priten has taught and practiced Podiatry in Cardiff and Australia bringing through the next generation of Healthcare Practitioners. He is a member of the College of Podiatry, HCPC Registered (CH15115) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has completed post-graduate studies in foot and ankle surgery, education, lower limb function and biomechanics.
Priten has a deep understanding and knowledge on how the lower limb functions in walking and a range of sporting activities. Using his knowledge to treat conditions from the feet to the lower back, Priten has worked with several sporting teams and has developed a special interest in pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain.
Using various technologies such as pressure/force platforms and 2D and 3D motion analysis software, Priten has supported his clinical practice and used these for research purposes advising on the appropriate use and data analysis.
As well as clinical biomechanics, has had also been involved in diabetic assessment wound management, and injection therapies (steroids and viscosupplementation).
Priten teaches healthcare professionals at Cardiff University and is a panel member for the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC, regulator of allied health professionals). He is also a keen cricketer and plays for Creigiau as Vice-Captain of the 2nd XI.
India qualified from Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2018 with a BSc Hons in Podiatry. India is a member of the Collage of Podiatry and HCPC registered. India currently divides her time between working at PodMed Podiatry and Cardiff and Vale UHB NHS trust. India is a very capable podiatrist working within the NHS full time India’s daily actives involve routine appointments such as nail cutting, callus debridement and corn enucleation as well as being well practiced in regular nail surgery and biomechanical treatments.
During her time at university India has experienced a wide range of podiatry all over Wales, a highlight of which was observing and supporting in theatre during several podiatric surgeries. India won the ‘Endeavour’ award at university which is in keeping with her hard working and enthusiastic attitude towards all aspects of life.
India is well practiced in working within the private sector of podiatry with a strong family back ground in podiatry, both her mother and father as qualified podiatrists and her mother running her own private podiatry business in Bristol.
India is a keen swimmer, in her younger years competing at national level pool events and has now moved to open water events, competing in distance swimming. India also enjoys extreme sports such as snowboarding, wakeboarding and paddle boarding. India’s natural physical nature has led her to an interest in biomechanics and recognising the importance of keeping active through the support of good orthoses, strapping and rehabilitation techniques.