Kate Waldren : Lead Podiatrist & Regional Manager

Kate Waldren

Lead Podiatrist & Regional Manager

Kate qualified in 2003 from Durham school of Podiatric Medicine. Based in the North East she carries out high security clinics within this region and West Yorkshire. Kate is Premier's Podiatry lead ensuring best practice and efficient service provision from our skilled team of Podiatrists. She also is manager to a growing team providing AQP NHS Core Podiatry within the North East. Having completed a post graduate degree in Human Science Kate focuses her attention on the global health of the patient and effects on the lower limb and foot; Of particular interest is vascular and neurological compromise and the high risk patient.


Liesa Allcock : Senior Podiartist

Liesa Allcock

Senior Podiartist

Liesa graduated from Birmingham Metropolitan College. She initially worked extensively in the NHS both in the community and hospital setting, In November 2014 Liesa entered private practice with Premier working as an AQP provider for the NHS at clinics in the Hereford area, treating patients with multiple foot pathologies​ including biomechanics and wound care. She has an extensive knowledge of foot conditions and enjoys working across the country. Liesa is a HCPC registered Podiatrist and also is a member of The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.


Dr. Robert Ashford : Senior Podiatrist

Dr. Robert Ashford

Senior Podiatrist

Dr Ashford qualified in 1975 from the Glasgow School of Podiatry. Over his forty years plus in the profession he has held various positions in local NHS boards, academic institutions and in private practices. He holds a number of post graduate qualifications and is a Fellow of the College of Podiatry in Podiatric Medicine, London and a Fellow of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He specialises in pain management and musculoskeletal problems of the lower limb.


Jamie Ollett : Podiatrist

Jamie Ollett


Jamie received a BSc (Hons) degree in Podiatric Medicine from Leeds Metropolitan University. He has gained invaluable experience in both NHS and private settings, working closely with physiotherapists, orthopeadic surgeons, Sports injury therapists, GPs, occupational therapists, sports massage therapists and diabetic wound teams. Jamie’s enthusiasm lies in the foot and lower limb biomechanics in which he has gained extensive knowledge in the orthopaedic and muscular structures of the lower limb. He is currently working with NHS contracted patients and liases closely with GP’s, based in Primary Care settings all over the North-East.