Chris graduated from the University of Salford in England in 2000 with a Honours degree in Podiatry. He worked in England for 11 years in private practice and the National Health Service, specializing in orthopaedics and paediatrics. Shortly before immigrating to Canada in 2011, he completed his Masters degree in Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics.
Katelyn was born and raised in Georgetown, Ontario. She became interested in health care while pursing an Honours Specialization degree in Kinesiology from Western University. Inspired to continue her education, she enrolled in the Chiropody Program at the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences and graduated in 2016. Katelyn is in good standing with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario (COCOO).
As a Chiropodist, Katelyn treats a wide array of conditions involving the foot and lower limb. She is dedicated to working with her patients to get them mobile and pain-free. Her special interests in the podiatrist setting include: diabetic education, sports injuries and biomechanics.
Lindsay Romano has been the clinic manager for many years. After graduating from York University with an honours degree in both kinesiology and performance dance, Lindsay took the challenge of working within the fast–paced environment of medical clinics. She has an excellent rapport with patients and practitioners alike.
Why Choose a Chiropodist?
Chiropodists (pronounced: ker-ro-po-dist) are primary health care providers educated exclusively in the assessment, treatment and prevention of foot disorders. They specialize in the treatment of skin conditions, nail conditions and biomechanical concerns. Chiropodists, along with Podiatrists, are the only regulated health professionals whose scope of practice includes the provision of orthotics.
Come visit us in any of our clinics, the team is the same including Lindsay Clinic Manager, Chris Sweeting M.Sc., D. Ch. Chiropodist, Katelyn Laidlaw, D.Ch Chiropodist. We will be happy to see you again!