RS Podiatry Clinic

About Us

Podiatrists are experts in lower-limb and foot related problems. At RS Podiatry we are members of the Royal College of Podiatry and are registered with The Health and Care Professions Council.

Mr G. RS. Cheema

Sports & MSK Podiatrist BSc.Hons Podiatric Medicine, PgCert, RCPod, HCPC. Reg.

Member of the Royal College of Podiatry

Hi, my name is Ricky and welcome to my website for RS Podiatry Clinic!

Being a Podiatrist I see a variety of problems related to the foot, ankle and lower limb. As a practitioner I work closely with my patients to deliver the very best treatment for them using an evidence-based approach.

My main work is in the field of podiatric biomechanics, running injuries and sports & musculoskeletal podiatry with a particular focus on heel and Achilles tendon pain. We also run a specialist shockwave treatment service as an evidence-based and effective adjunct to help with such injuries.

My qualifications include a post graduate certificate in Musculoskeletal Conditions of The Foot & Ankle specialising in heel pain, whilst recent courses have included Strength & Conditioning with Dr Claire Minshull, a highly respected UK based Strength and Conditioning coach, Athlete Load Management with world renowned Sports Scientist Dr Tim Gabett, a year long course specialising in Running Injuries, and subsequent in-depth courses in Advanced Gait and Running Analysis as well as Gait Re-training. I am currently enrolled on a FIFA approved Diploma in Football Medicine.

Alongside my private practice work I have experience working in multiple NHS clinics and hospitals. Currently, this involves being part of a wonderful team of Physiotherapists and Podiatrists working from a multi-disciplinary clinic in Cheltenham and part of a great team of highly motivated Osteopaths, Sports Injury Therapists and orthopaedic consultants in Coventry, Warwickshire.

I am the owner of RS Podiatry Clinic in Coventry. where we see many patients from the local running clubs including from Kenilworth, Leamington Spa, Warwick and Stratford.

We are members of Gait & Motion Clinics (https://www.gaitandmotionclinics.co.uk/) and we use the latest pressure and force mapping technology to analyse foot function in great detail (https://rsscan.com/). If required we combine this analysis with the latest in 3D-printed Phits Orthotics (as worn by elite athlete’s and sports professionals). We are the first clinic in Warwickshire to offer this type of orthotic and see it as our speciality.

Using the latest technology allows us to understand the problem better. It engages our patients with their findings. As a result we believe this provides a strong basis for a successful patient outcome.

If you are a motivated individual looking for a podiatry clinic, willing to engage with a tailored treatment plan, after a highly professional and forward thinking practice, then RS Podiatry Clinic is for you!

Other Qualifications/CPD courses:

Currently completing a FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine

  • Local Anaesthesia administration
  • Prescription Only Medicine (POMs)
  • Member of The College of Podiatrists
  • HCPC Registered Practitioner
  • Gait Analysis
  • Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) for musculoskeletal conditions
  • Course in Running Injuries
  • Running Gait Analysis and Gait Re-training
  • Course in Strength & Conditioning
  • Load Management
  • Emergency Life Support Training
  • Clinical Biomechanics (Staffordshire University)
  • Phits Orthotics Expert
  • Kinesiology/Rock Taping
  • User of the RS Foot Scan system
For our joint Specialist Nail Surgery Service
Mr M. Tausif BSc(Hons) PgDip MChs

Tausif is a close friend and colleague from university. He is an experienced and highly professional Podiatrist with a special interest in Musculoskeletal Podiatry. He qualified from the University of Huddersfield with a BSc Hons in Podiatric Medicine and has post-graduate qualifications in Clinical Biomechanics (University of Staffordshire) and Musculoskeletal Conditions of the Foot & Ankle (Huddersfield University). He is himself a private practitioner based in Harborne, Birmingham.

Together we share a strong passion in striving to develop our knowledge and experience to ensure our patients receive the best treatment. As a result we have set-up a joint specialist nail surgery service working from clinics in Harborne and Coventry.

General CPD reading/listening (as of 13/6/20)
 -Selective Activation of Tibialis Posterior: Evaluation by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Kulig et al, 2004).
– Effect of Foot Orthoses on Tibialis Posterior Activation in Persons with Pes Planus’ (Kulig et al, 2005)
16/6/20
-Live Podiatry discussion on The paediatric Flatfoot by Helen Banwell
18/6/20
– listening to a Q&A with Tom Goom (aka The Running Physio) on tendinopathy, high BMI, MTSS, hip replacement
25/6/20
– Comparison of 10 vs. 20 min
neuromuscular training for the prevention of lower extremity injuries
in male youth football: A cluster randomised controlled trial (Rahlf & Zech, 2020, Journal of Sports Medicine) – Read as reviewed by Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller
-Analysis of running-related injuries: The Viena Study (Benca E et al, Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2020) Read as reviewed by Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller
– Diagnosis and Treatment of Forefoot Disorders. Section 3. Morton’s Intermetatarsal Neuroma (Thomas et al, Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, 2009)
29/7/20
‘Achilles tendinopathy- the latest research’ with Dr S. O’Neil
30/6/20
The Utility of Clinical Measures for the Diagnosis of Achilles Tendon
Injuries: A Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis (By Reiman, Burgi et al 2020)
6.7.20
How to Master Your Menstrual Cycle with scientist and elite marathoner Jess Piasecki
7.7.20
Exercise & circulating factors associated with skeletal muscle and bone health in older age. Doctoral thesis (PhD), Manchester Metropolitan University. – Jessica Piasecki, 2018.
RED-S CAT -Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-s) Clinical Assessment Tool (CAT)- Br J Sports Med 2015;49:421–423. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2014-094559
13.7.20
How to Beat Plantar Fasciitis with Physiotherapist Laura Rutterford
15.7.20
Running Injury Treatment- tendinopathy MTSS, total hip replacement & high BMI patients. Q & A with Tom Goom.
16.7.20
Running gait retraining, strengthening, glutes & ITB syndrome. Q&A with Tom Goom
18.7.20
GMT webinar: Interpreting Foot scan Data in Clinical Practice
 20.7.20
Footwear advice for running injuries with Tom Goom
21.7.20
Orthoses vs Corticosteroid Injection for Plantar Fasciitis by Ben Boshell
6.8.20
Dynamic knee valgus and patellofemoral pain – what gives? BJSM
11.8.20
Lower limb tendinopathy loading, running and rehab with Dr Peter Malliaras
24.8.20
Manipulating Runners Biomechanics with Rich Willy
24.8.20
Targeted Aachilles Tendon Training and Rehabilitaion Using Personalized and Real-Time Multiscale Models of the Neuromusculoskeletal System – Claudio Pizzolato et al, Frintiers in BioTech and BioEng 2020 (8); 880 (read only 
as reviewed by Dr Andy F. Miller)
24.8.20
Effects of foot pronation on the lower limb sagittal plane biomechanics during gait – Renan Resende et al Gait and Posture 2019:68:130-135 (read only 
as reviewed by Dr Andy F. Miller)
25.8.20
Avoiding and Managing Stress Fractures with Brodie Sharp of The Running Breakthrough Clinic
27.10.20
Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction: gait retraining and exercise progression (Tom Goom)
28.12.20
Revision: Becoming an expert in gait analysis (Running Repairs Course)
3.1.21
Rethinking the Treatment Algorithm for Plantar Fasciitis (Podiatry Now, Scott Wearing, PHD, Nov 2019)
10/2/21
‘Caroline & 5 years of Plantar Fasciitis’ – Brodie Sharpe – Run Smarter
6.2.21
Managing Forefoot Pain
Brodie Sharpe- Run Smarter
20.02.21
Heel Pain: Diagnosis and Management (Priscilla TU, Virgin Tech Carilion School of Podiatric Medicine and Research Institute)
Colleague. AM Fam Physician, 2018)
1.3.21
The Effect of Foot Strike Pattern on Achilles Tendon Load During Running (Almonroeder, T, et al, 2013, Annals of Biomedical Engineering)
8.3.21
Re-thinking The Treatment Algorithm For Plantar Fasciitis (S.Wearing, 2019, Vol 32, Podiatry Today).
 10.3.21
Psychological Assessment Tools Used In Sports Injury Treatment Outcomes research: A Review (Everhart et al, 2020, J Sports Sci Med)
The Injury-Psychological Readiness to return to sport (I-PRRS) scale and The Sport Confidence Inventory (SCI): A Cross Cultural Validation (Conti et al, Phys Ther Sport, 2019).
12.3.21
Factors Associated With Lower-Limb Injuries In Recreational Runners: A Cross-Sectional Survey Including Mental Aspects And Sleep Quality (Mousavi et al, Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 2021)
14.3.21
Plantarflexor strength and endurance deficits associated with mid-portion Achilles tendinopathy: The role of soleus (O’Neil, Watson, Physical Therapy in Sport, Vol 37, May 2019).

Why Us?

Individual Approach
Personalised Treatment
Qualified Practitioner

We work hard to keep up to date with the latest research and courses