Dr. Sarah-Jane Rochespecialized in Podiatry at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland, and also has additional accreditation in the area of Physiology and Health Science from the Carlow Institute of Technology in Carlow, Ireland.
Dr. Roche practiced privately in Dublin, Ireland, prior to coming to Canada in 2008. She practiced in Regina in 2008 and then moved to work in Saskatoon in 2009.
She was born and raised in Ballickmoyler, Ireland, is married with 2 children and continues to be passionate about basketball, Gaelic Football, running and many other sports.
Dr. Natalie Rose graduated in 2001 from the Chiropody Program at the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences in Toronto, Ontario. Prior to this she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
In 2001, Dr. Rose returned to Saskatoon to practice Podiatry with the Saskatoon Health Region in the Sturdy-Stone Centre until 2017.
She was born in Toronto and grew up in Stoughton, Saskatchewan. A proud mother of two children, she lives with her family in Saskatoon and is an avid sports fan.
Dr. Heather Martin qualified in 2008 gaining her Bachelor of science degree in Podiatry from the University of Huddersfield UK. Prior to this she worked as a Podiatry assistant so has over 17 years experience in the field working privately and for the National Health Service. Heather is passionate about all aspects of Podiatry from routine care to nail surgery, biomechanics, wound care and has successfully completed Foot mobilisation techniques recently in the UK. Heather is married with 2 sons - one of which has recently moved to Calgary , AB to live and work. Heather enjoys the outdoors , going to the gym and meeting new people.