Our team is comprised of genuinely gifted lovely people. Scroll below for our photo gallery.

Consultant Podiatrist MRCPod M.Inst.Ch.P BMLA CH09055 (The Boss)

Katrina Waller

Katrina has over 34 years of experience in Podiatry. Previous to setting up Compleet Feet in 2007 she worked 12 years for M.O.D at Royal Hospital Haslar.

Katrina has over 34 years of experience in Podiatry. Previous to setting up Compleet Feet in 2007 she worked 12 years for M.O.D at Royal Hospital Haslar. She has extended scope of clinical practice in aesthetic medicine making her one of only a handful of UK podiatrist to be an aesthetics practitioner. This enables Katrina to have the expertise required to use injectables for the feet. She also has the highest accredited UK qualification in the application of lasers in aesthetic medicine, and is a member of the British Medical Laser Association.
Katrina is corticosteroid injector for lower limb foot related problems e.g. heel pain, plantar fasciitis, arthritic joint pain and Morton's Neuromas.

When it comes to hobbies and interests it is finding time! Spare time is often sitting in front of a computer writing stuff like this. Katrina does like her home. More and more these days. She loves wildlife, gardening, being creative, walking, gin and eating out with her partner in crime - the practice manager Mark. Now that the world has opened up again, it is Katrina's aim to travel more and let all her great team hold the fort whilst she goes away.

Senior Podiatrist Westbourne MRCPod CH34232

Erin McCreedy

I graduated from Southampton University in 2016. I have worked in 3 NHS Trusts before I settled with the Solent Podiatry team...

graduated from Southampton University in 2016. I have worked in 3 NHS Trusts before I settled with the Solent Podiatry team. I achieved a band 7, but left the NHS December 2022 to join Compleet Feet Podiatry full-time. I had already worked part-time for them since 2021. I enjoy the surgical side of podiatry and know that working for Compleet Feet will stretch and extend my expertise.

My hobbies are varied. I used to be an elite swimmer. Recently I successfully ran a Marathon and never again. Much easier going for a gentle jog and walking the dog. One of my main passions in life is travelling after gin and fine dining.

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Malcolm Lee

My professional career was in local government, starting as a work study officer which involved ...

My professional career was in local government, starting as a work study officer which involved developing and running productivity incentive schemes for the manual workforce; then moving into organisation and methods which was the introduction of new technology into the office environment. I then took a sideways move into personnel management; ending as Head of Personnel with responsibility for an establishment of 320 staff and an annual budget of £8.25 million. I took voluntary redundancy in late 2004, then worked as a personnel consultant for five years until central government support to local authorities was reduced; basically a cost-cutting exercise.
I then became a carer for my ageing parents until they passed away in 2007 and 2012.
I came to Compleet Feet nearly six years ago, and support Mark as Assistant Practice Manager in order to ensure the smooth running of the business.
Interests :- classic cars, antiques, art deco glass, Victorian and Edwardian silver, making stained glass windows and Tai Chi.
Receptionist Alton

Theresa Hickman

I am Alton born & bred, I went to Amery Hill secondary school I didn't go to college or university I went straight to work at Lynwood scientific ...

I am Alton born & bred, I went to Amery Hill secondary school I didn't go to college or university I went straight to work at Lynwood scientific the Monday after I finished school and stayed there until my son was born. When the time was right I did a few jobs in retail, footwear being one of them. I then started work at Treloars in 1989 doing nights & was there until I joined Compleet 2 years ago. I have never looked back. I love working at Compleet Feet, they are such lovely people.
Away from work I enjoy spending time with my family. I have 1 son, 1 stepson and I have 4 granddaughters who are my world! I enjoy reading, traveling spending time with my family & socialising with friends 😁

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Practice Manager and Joint Business Owner

Mark Jarrett

Mark is Compleet Feet's practice manager. He is Katrina Waller's husband and between them they manage and develop Compleet Feet.

Mark is Compleet Feet's practice manager. He is Katrina Waller's husband and between them they manage and develop Compleet Feet to be the flourishing and professional practice that it is.

Mark has a financial background, having previously been a practice manager at an accounting firm and commercial financial director for several companies in the private sector. He joined Katrina in 2011, to help expand the business. Mark when he is not busy with running the clinics is at his happiest at home either labouring in the garden or relaxing with his feet up watching Netflix! He also has an interest in cricket, rugby and eating out with family and friends. Mark has 1 stepson, 1 daughter and a beautiful granddaughter who he wishes he could see more!

Senior Podiatrist Westbourne MRCPod CH11578

Suzanne

I graduated as a Podiatrist from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh in 1992.

Hi I am Suzanne and I have been a Podiatrist for a long time and I’ve moved around quite a lot. I am married and I have an almost 19 year old son and life is never dull.
I graduated as a Podiatrist from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh in 1992 and started my career back home in Northern Ireland for Causeway NHS Trust working all along the beautiful North Antrim Coast. Wonderlust got hold of me again in 1996 when I accepted a role in Surrey as a specialist in Nail Surgery and then 2001 became an Advanced Practitioner in Diabetes with Solent NHS in Portsmouth.
In 2008 My family moved to Birmingham and I managed a team of 12 Podiatrists. However after 4 years, and everyone desperate to be back near the coast, I rejoined Solent and I’m still there working in Diabetes, Nail Surgery and Rheumatology.
In 2018 I first joined Complete Feet, initially in Southsea and now in our lovely newly refurbished premises in Westbourne where I am the Saturday girl. For a Podiatrist, private practice offers the chance to use many skills and treatments which the NHS doesn’t offer, and I really enjoy my Saturday clinics.
Fitness is important to me and I cycle to work, and I love yoga. I don’t have a big garden but I have lots of plants in pots and if anyone has tips how to manage slugs and snails I’d be grateful. I have a beautiful cat called Mario, (the 2nd love of my life), and I enjoy Mexican food and Gin. My idea of heaven is going out to diner with friends, somewhere not too crowded with good conversation.

I’ll leave you my favourite Irish Proverb-

‘A good laugh and a long sleep are two of the best cures for anything’

Suzanne 😄🌈🦶🏼

Receptionist Alton

Tina Artley

I am an Altonian born and bred. I attended Eggars secondary school. On leaving school I worked as a receptionist...

I am an Altonian I attended Eggars secondary school, on leaving school I worked as a receptionist in a local solicitors and then I was a receptionist in a local advertising agency until I had my family I then worked nights at Treloars for 20 years. I took a break for a few years until I began working at Compleet Feet. I had been for many years before Katrina asked me to join the team. I love my home, cooking and spending time with my family especially my daughter and beautiful granddaughter.
Podiatrist

George Hynek

graduated from Southampton University in 2018. Since then I have worked for Solent NHS Trust. As part of my role there I am the Education and Prevention Podiatrist and spend my time giving talks and sessions to healthcare staff, patients and the local community on all matters regarding podiatry, I joined Compleet Feet in 2022. I like working in both the private and public sector as it gives me a variety in my caseload and allows me to use all my skills gained in University.

In my time out of work I am a busy parent, but when I do find any time for myself I like going out exploring, reading and swimming.

Receptionist

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Senior Podiatrist MRCPod CH22017

Bryan Headwards

I graduated as a podiatrist from Southampton University way back in 2005 (prior to that I was a Baker for 10 years!!

Hello, my name is Bryan Headwards. I graduated as a podiatrist from Southampton University way back in 2005 (prior to that I was a Baker for 10 years!! Initially I practiced podiatry for Bournemouth and Poole PCT for two years, then Portsmouth PCT for a further nine years. During my time within the NHS I worked within the nail surgery team, undertook multidisciplinary care plans for high risk and diabetic patients alike and also worked as a podiatrist for Hampshire prison services health department. Since 2016 I have continued my practice at compleet feet at alton, offering routine podiatry care, nail surgery for ingrowing toe nail complaints and care planning for more invasive treatment packages typically veruca and fungal nail management.

Aside from working I live in the new forest near the coast with my two daughters, usually spend most of my time entertaining them, I like films, currently dabbling at gardening and DIY, and exploring the world (when I can).

Senior Podiatrist MRCPod CH33713

Angela Walker

I have had a varied career. Prior to my podiatry degree...

I have had a varied working career. Prior to my podiatry degree I took a psychology degree and worked in adult care. In 2003 I decided I wanted to retrain and become a podiatrist. Qualified in 2005 at Southampton, and have worked for Solent NHS Trust for eight years. I have special interest in nail surgery and biomechanical MSK work.

My interest in podiatry came from the often immediacy of the results and the possibility to move people out of pain and discomfort. Podiatry is a rewarding career when you can make a big positive impact on the quality of people's lives.

Away from the world of feet I am a fanatical animal lover and would collect every waif and stray if I had somewhere to keep them!

I am looking forward to developing new skills at Compleet Feet and meeting new people and providing the very best of care.

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Alton Receptionist

Elaine de Courcy

Elaine joined the Alton Compleet Feet team in 2022, as a part-time receptionist, after a long career working for HSBC in London...

Elaine grew up in Basingstoke and, after a few years away from Hampshire, moved to Alton the week before Christmas 2015. After many years in banking, over 40 years, Elaine took voluntary redundancy to find pastures new. The long train trips every day into London were no longer appealing after working from home for 2 years during the Covid pandemic.

Elaine was one of Katrina's patients who asked her would she like to come and work with her team. Fortunately, Elaine said yes! A new challenge away from banking. Away from Compleet Feet Elaine spends her time catching up with family and friends.

A Compleet Timeline

Click through the Compleet Feet Podiatry timeline. Starting at Royal Hospital Hospital Haslar in 2006, through to Compleet Feet 2021. New faces, old faces and those who live on in our memory…

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