Keith Forster

Musculoskeletal Podiatry


MSc, BScHons, MChS PGCE.

I graduated from the Durham School of Podiatric Medicine in 1995.  While maintaining my own private practice I returned to the School of Podiatric Medicine in 1997, teaching undergraduates.  During this time I developed an interest in podiatric biomechanics and graduated with a Masters degree in Applied Biomechanics at the University of Strathclyde.  Whilst working as a lecturer, and more recently as the Head of the School of Podiatric Medicine for several years, I have always maintained my own practice, focusing on biomechanics and gait analysis.  I am the podiatrist for Middlesbrough FC, and I regularly worked with other professional and amateur sports men and women throughout the region.  Now focusing more on my own practice, I continue to lecture at the School of Podiatric Medicine on a part-time basis, and I am the  External Examiner for two other Schools of Podiatry in the UK.

I continues to get great job satisfaction from seeing interventions such as insoles, custom foot orthotics or footwear advice result in improved function and performance.

In my spare time, I  have a number of interests, including dog walking, cycling, golf, photography, and playing the classical guitar – so I’m always busy!!


Alternate Tuesdays 6pm-8pm


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