KLS Chiropody and Podiatry
Meet The Team
Meet The Team
Mrs Kirsty Slocombe Podiatrist BSc (Hons) MChS
Kirsty is the owner of KLS Chiropody and Podiatry and an HCPC registered Podiatrist. She graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2016 with a First Class Honours degree in Podiatry. Kirsty started out offering Home visits and then went on to purchase the business that was th Podiatry leg of the Foot Knee and Back clinic. It was decided that new premises were required and KLS found its current home on Holme Lane in April 2019. Kirsty is currently offering routine podiatry treatments including nails cutting, treatment of hard skin, corns, verrucae and ingrowing nails including surgical and non surgical options. Clinics are available Tuesday evening, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Cassandra Wilson Podiatrist BSc (Hons) MChS
Cassandra is an HCPC registered Podiatrist. She graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2017 with a degree in Podiatry. Appointments are available with Cassandra in clinic on Tuesday morniings.
Tracey Graney Podiatrist BSc (Hons) MChs
Tracey is an HCPC registered Podiatrist. She graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2010 with a degree in Podiatry. Appointments are available with Tracey in clinic on Monday's
Mr Steven R Anderson MSK Specialist Podiatrist BSc (hons) MSc PGCert DipFHID MCPod
Steve graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2007 with an Upper Second Honours Degree in Podiatry and went on to obtain a Master Degree in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery, a Post Graduate Certificate in Forensic Podiatry and a Diploma in Forensic Human Identification. He also works in the MSK directorate with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as one of the senior musculo-skeletal specialists. He is a member of the College of Podiatry and registered with the HCPC.
Steve specialises in:
- Non-surgical treatment of foot & ankle problems including orthotics & injection therapy
- Biomechanical Assessment
- Sport related injuries, e.g. running, golf, cycling, racquet sports
- Forefoot pain, e.g. Morton’s Neuroma, Hallux Rigidus
- Heel pain
- Foot pain linked to arthritic joint changes