At Melton Foot Clinic, we understand that in order to deliver the best service possible, we need to understand our clients and this is why we believe every client should feel heard.

Established in 2010, Melton Foot Clinic paves the way for Podiatry Services in Melton Mowbray and surrounding areas. Offering comprehensive foot care services, up-to-date technologies in a friendly and caring environment, you can trust that you are in safe hands.

REWIND: Amidst a tumultuous time of recession, Katy and Sue were brought together and they began to hatch a plan. The financial climate, job insecurity, the needs of young families, house moves etc had them feeling like success was against the odds but by December 2010 they opened their doors to their first clients; they haven’t looked back!

Podiatry is primarily about keeping people going. For some, their feet will carry them to far flung places, on intrepid adventures, trekking through jungles, running across deserts and hiking up mountains. For others making it around the local supermarket in comfort and safety is just as big an accomplishment. Podiatry helps people to stay on their feet and enjoy the freedom that that brings, whatever that looks like for you.

Through listening, we are able to devise treatment plans that are best suited to the needs of each client and ultimately keep them on their feet.

Meet the Team

Roisin - Reception

Roisin is a drama graduate, obtaining their degree amongst the covid-19 pandemic. Roisin has a love for the arts and is a multi-disciplinary artist engaging in music, drama, dance and writing. They have obtained the ABRSM Grade Six for piano and strive to complete their grades to the highest level, Grade 8, in the future.
In their spare time, Roisin is an avid reader of all literature and is currently learning to roller skate with the hopes of taking it to the ice and learning to figure skate. While at Melton Foot Clinic, Roisin has taken on a myriad of clerical duties as well as training in digital marketing. They enjoy being able to provide personable, friendly and helpful service to all who come into the clinic.

Sue - Director & Podiatrist

After a decision to career change to Podiatry, Sue studied at University College Northampton and qualified with a First Class Honours Degree in Podiatry in 2003. Sue started her career in the NHS in Lincolnshire and quickly took up the opportunity of a secondment in the Podiatric Surgery Department. This decision led to Sue spending most of her NHS career working as an Extended Scope Podiatrist with the surgical team and working with musculoskeletal issues in community clinics. With a son and daughter involved in sport and an interest in fitness herself, Sue has become more interested in the use of innovative technology and treatments to keep people active.

Katy - Director & Podiatrist

Katy studied Podiatry at University College Northampton and qualified with a First Class Honours degree in 2005. Beginning her career working for the National Health Service in London and then later in Lincolnshire she gained valuable experience across community and hospital settings including time as part of the specialist wound care team in a Diabetes Centre. Katy is an advocate of holistic care with an interest in the metaphysical and how this and other pathology can manifest in the feet. Outside of clinical hours Katy likes the freedom of the outdoors from dog-walking to wild swimming.

Happy clients


‘First class advice. Treatment for Achilles heel damage was excellent and resulted in complete recovery after suffering for months and trying various other remedies.’

'Excellent explanation of the process and expectations. Personal service with great communication from Katy - tailored treatment depending on what I could tolerate and the progress since my previous appointment. Very comfortable and friendly environment.'

'So glad to have stuck with the process. No more being embarrassed about my feet - will be proudly going barefoot from now on! Thank you!’

'As it was my first appointment I was informed that it was policy and protocol to carryout a brief, painless non invasive assessment....Susan Nourish, the registered practitioner expressed a little concern at the initial result...as I recorded an exceptionally high reading and she rang the NHS 111 help line to discuss the findings. The short answer to the dialogue was that an immediate emergency trip to hospital was declared as everything pointed towards an imminent heart attack/stroke. I received excellent emergency care requiring an overnight stay at an NHS hospital and having received a variety of medications was discharged the following evening.

I am extremely happy to report that life has returned to a more normal pace and that is undoubtedly due to the thoroughly professional, highly qualified, diligence and care demonstrated by this dedicated team. You are the BEST..’