Meet the Doctors
Dr. Amar Gupta
Dr. Amar Gupta was raised in Winnipeg and graduated from St. Paul’s High School. He enrolled at the University of Winnipeg and obtained a BSc degree in Biology. He continued his education and enrolled at the University of Brighton, United Kingdom and obtained a BSc Honors in Podiatric Medicine. Upon graduation he returned back to Winnipeg and started his private practice in 2000. Eleven years into private practice, Dr. Gupta enrolled at Glasgow Caledonian University and obtained a Post Graduate Certificate in Theory Podiatric Surgery.
Dr. Gupta holds a special interest in chronic musculoskeletal foot and ankle pain.
Dr. Gupta has been a lecturer locally at multiple venues (College of Physicians and Surgeons continuing medical education seminars, Medical rehabilitation-Physiatry seminars, College of Pharmacy education seminars, Pedorthtics Association, Association of foot care nurses, and to local businesses and non-profit community centers).
Dr. Gupta has been actively involved under various roles with the College of Podiatrists of Manitoba and is currently the acting Chair.
Dr. Michelle McLatchie
Dr. Michelle McLatchie moved to the Winnipeg Foot and Ankle Clinic in 2013, previously working with Dr. Colledge and now with Dr. Amar Gupta and associates.
Michelle studied a BSc degree in Zoology at the University of Aberdeen before enrolling at Queen Margaret University at Edinburgh where she was awarded a BSc in Podiatric Medicine with distinction.
Most recently she completed a Post Graduate Certificate in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery to allow an increased scope of practice. Michelle holds a keen interest in musculoskeletal disorders and chronic pain of the foot and ankle.
Dr. Romana Bourton
Dr. Romana Bourton grew up on the south coast of England where she received a first class honours degree in Podiatric medicine from the University of Brighton in 2012. She has enjoyed working in the private sector and for the British National Health System (NHS), gaining experience in all aspects of Podiatry.
Romana dates her love of travelling from extensive family camper van trips throughout Europe. She has spent three years working in Italy, becoming fluent in the language and forging links with Podiatry specialists at the University of Bologna where she has completed some podiatric translation.
Having always enjoyed writing and blogging, she has had several articles published including one on the Podiatry for the journal ‘International Therapist’ with the aim of helping to increase public understanding and interest in Podiatry and foot health.
Romana is very excited to have moved to Winnipeg and is really looking forward to continuing her Podiatry career as part of the clinical team.