Kymberlie Loveday

Kymberlie Loveday

Kymberlie Loveday - Podiatrist

Kymberlie Loveday

Kymberlie graduated from the University of Brighton (UK) with an undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Science Podiatry, in 2014. During her undergraduate studies, she completed multiple clinical placements in public hospitals and clinics around London and Brighton.

Upon completion of her degree, Kymberlie worked at a private clinic in the UK before returning home to Kenya to practice in the private and public sectors under another podiatrist. In 2014, Kymberlie ventured out to Scotland to further her studies for a Postgraduate Diploma in Podiatric surgery.

She graduated from Queen Margaret University in Musselburgh. During these studies, she worked in private practice in Edinburgh and Aberdeen. In 2016, she joined Curtin University to study for a graduate diploma in Health Administration, which she graduated in 2017. Kymberlie has now practised podiatry for 7 years and continues to further her knowledge regularly through attending professional development seminars. She has also attended various seminars with other health professionals, in order to gain more knowledge for a more holistic approach to treatments for her patients.

Kymberlie continues to expand her knowledge and has attended seminars regarding podiatric surgery, medical-grade footwear prescription and barefoot rehabilitation. She has completed further training in order to treat various pathologies in podiatry. These include dry needling, joint mobilisation and SWIFT therapy for plantar warts. She has also gained knowledge by completing a diabetic educator course in Kenya in order to further her knowledge of diabetes and to learn how it affects the body, as well as the foot.

Kymberlie also provides general podiatric care such as routine nail care, removal of corns and callus, treatment of fungal nails and ingrowing toenails, as well as provide orthotic and footwear advice. Kymberlie has an interest in the conservative and surgical management of ingrowing toenails, management of wounds in diabetic or neuropathic patients, and conservatively treating and managing musculoskeletal conditions such as Achilles tendinopathy, Plantar fasciitis, and Morton’s neuroma. She also provides a comprehensive assessment for diabetic patients, neuropathic patients or high-risk patients, in order to prevent or manage foot problems.

Kymberlie can speak Kiswahili. She enjoys dancing, keeping fit and painting. She loves to travel and explore new towns, cities or countries and explore the history, food and culture.

Kymberlie’s passion is to help people live pain-free, healthy life. She would love to help you with any podiatric needs.