Paul Harradine, Podiatrist/Director
Paul opened The Podiatry Centre in 2004, after working as a private practitioner and clinical specialist within in the NHS locally for 10 years.
In 1998 Paul obtained a post graduate certificate in Sports Podiatry and in 2000 a Masters Degree in Sports Injury and Therapy. Combined with a CertEd from Portsmouth University, he spent a short period lecturing at Southampton University before concentrating on clinical application and post graduate lecturing.
Paul was awarded a fellowship to the faculty of Podiatric Medicine in 2012 and also became a fellow of the faculty of Podiatric Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow the same year. He is presently in his second year as a part-time doctoral student at the university of Southampton.
Clinically, Paul works solely within Biomechanics and musculoskeletal podiatry. Having prescribed more than 10,000 pairs of custom foot orthotics (over 7,500 of which were made in his own laboratory) he see patients of all ages and all activity levels. A full time clinician, Paul also has a strong academic background lecturing on the international conference circuit and publishing papers in Podiatric, Physiotherapy and Orthopaedic journals.
Paul has a long history of sports from childhood, including running, sailing, windsurfing, squash, table tennis, cricket, hockey, triathlon, judo and taekwondo. After reaching a midlife crisis, he now competes at drug-free bodybuilding placing top 5 nationally in 2015 and winning the southern counties UKDFBA masters division in 2016. He managers a local colts cricket team, and has five active young sons.
- Harradine P, Gates L, Bowen C. Real time non-instrumented clinical gait analysis as part of a clinical musculoskeletal assessment in the treatment of lower limb symptoms in adults: A systematic review. Gait and Posture. 2018 Mar 8; 62:135-139.
- Harradine P, Gates L, Bowen C. If It Doesn't Work, Why Do We Still Do It? The Continuing Use of Subtalar Joint Neutral Theory in the Face of Overpowering Critical Research. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. 48(3). 130-132. 2018.
- Harradine P, Gates L, Bowen, C. Gait Analysis in a clinical musculoskeletal setting. InTouch, The journal for physiotherapists in private practice. No. 156, p. 4-9. 2016.
- Harradine P, Collins S, Webb C, Bevan, L. The Medial Oblique Shell Incliniation technique. A method to increase pronation moments in Foot Orthoses. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2011. 101;6. 523-530.
- Harradine P, Bevan L. A review of the theoretical unified approach to podiatric biomechanics in relation to foot orthoses therapy. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. 2009 Jul-Aug;99(4):317-25.
- Harradine P, Collins S, Webb C, Bevan L. A new method of increasing supinatory moments to a medially deviated subtalar joint axis - The Medial Oblique Shell Inclination. Podiatry Now. Vol 11, No. 3. 2008.
- Harradine P. The Role of plantar pressure foot pressure measurement within podiatry. Podiatry now: Continuing Professional Development Supplement, October. 2006.
- Harradine P, Bevan L, Carter N. An overview of podiatric biomechanics theory and its relation to selected gait dysfunction. Physiotherapy. 92(2),June 2006, Pages 122-127.
- Harradine PD. Podiatry. Importance of the Foot. Positive Health Magazine. Issue 122, April 2006
- Harradine PD. The Experiences of establishing and running a multi-practitioner clinic. PodiatryNow. 8(1); 2005
- Harradine PD, Bevan LJ, Carter N. Podiatric Biomechanics Part 1: Foot based Models. British Journal of Podiatry. 11(1); 2003
- Harradine PD & Bevan LJ : The effect of rearfoot eversion upon maximum hallux dorsiflexion. Journal of the American Podiatric Medicine Association 9(90);2000
- Harradine PD & Jarret J: Podiatric Biomechanics, the efficacy of a service within the NHS. The Foot. 11(1):2001
- Harradine PD, Herrington L, Wright R. The effect of low dye taping upon rearfoot motion before and after exercise. The Foot. 11(2):2001. p57-61
- Carter N, Harradine PD, Bevan LJ. Podiatric Biomechanics Part 2. The role of proximal muscle balance. British Journal of Podiatry. 11(2); 2003
- Bevan LS & Harradine PD : The Assessment of Foot Structure in the Diabetic Foot: An introduction to Podiatric Biomechanics. Diabetes Today. 3(2); 2000.