Ross graduated from Southampton University in 2009 with a 1st class honours degree in Podiatry. During this time he gained valuable clinical experience on work placements both at home and abroad in Singapore.
Once fully qualified he decided to continue his studies working towards a master?s degree in the theory of podiatric surgery covering a range of modules specific to podiatric practice. He obtained an MSc with distinction in 2013 after completing his research project investigating measures of foot posture used in biomechanical assessments.
Ross has worked in the NHS since qualifying gaining a range of experience in all aspects of Podiatry. He was the nail surgery lead in Portsmouth before taking on a full time role in the specialist musculoskeletal service where he currently works a clinical specialist Podiatrist as well as having recently started here at the Podiatry Centre.
Outside of work, Ross has always been a keen footballer and runner. He is married with one daughter.