Jo Lambourne (Owner and Lead Podiatrist)
Care For Feet was founded by Jo, who graduated from Salford University with a First Class Honours degree in Podiatry. Jo decided to become a private practitioner to provide a relaxed foot care experience with a patient focused approach to foot and lower limb health. Jo previously worked as a beauty therapist and retail consultant working onboard cruise liners in the Caribbean.
Jo originally from Buxton, now lives with her husband and their 3 children in Chapel-en-le-Frith. Their youngest child was born with a foot condition known as Congenital Talipes Equinovarus (CTEV) commonly known as Clubfoot. Jo feels passionate about the plight of children born with CTEV, and one of her aims is to help provide support for other parents who find themselves in the same position and need more information.
In Jo’s spare time, she enjoys chasing her Beagle around the Derbyshire countryside! (Anyone who owns a Beagle will understand). She also enjoys camping in Cornwall, and winter breaks in the remote Highlands of Scotland.
Madeleine Barlow (Associate Podiatrist)
Madeleine lives in New Mills, Derbyshire, with her three daughters. After 15 years working in the retail sector, she decided that it was time for a career change and attended a Health Care Professions open day at the local Adult Education Centre where she stumbled upon Podiatry. She says “after carrying out further research, I discovered how worthwhile and rewarding a career in Podiatry could be conducting the most basic treatments such as paring down a patient’s corn to potentially saving a Diabetic patients limb”.
Madeleine graduated from the University of Salford with an honours degree in Podiatry. Madeleine has a keen interest in sports injuries and nail surgery. In her spare time Madeleine enjoys going to music concerts and eating out with her daughters and friends. She also loves reading, watching psychological thriller films, working out and leisurely walks in the countryside.