Jagdish Kaur

Jagdish Kaur
Jagdish ‘Jag’ Kaur qualified as a Podiatrist in 1994 from City University and then went on to study for her Masters in Podiatry at the University of Brighton.

Jag has worked within the NHS for over 23 years, gaining a vast and varied range of Podiatry skills including electro- and nail- surgery, assessing the foot and lower limb for biomechanical issues, treating the vulnerable foot and routine podiatric care.

Whilst working in the NHS Jag led a team of podiatrists specialising in the vulnerable diabetic foot, and at the same time running the podopaediatric (children’s foot and lower limb)¬†service.

Jag has two children and lives in Kent.  She enjoys keeping fit (running and Pilates), travelling and is a keen reader.


Your feet work incredibly hard putting them under enormous stresses and strains. Your feet should not feel painful and you should never ignore foot problem even if they seem minor.