Ingrid graduated in 1995 as a podiatrist at the Fontys Paramedische Hogeschool. From here she started to specialize in coaching athletes and she was one of the first group of sports podiatrists to graduate. She then followed the training for manual therapist which she successfully completed in 2015. As a sports podo / manual therapist, she guides both recreational and top athletes. For example, she has been associated with the Vacansoleil DCM cycling team and the Eredivisie team triathlon 'Vodafone / Citystarters Team TTW'. She regularly writes for professional journals such as Podosophia and in the cycling magazine Fiets. In addition, she provides guest lectures for the sports podotherapy educational programme at the Fontys and Artevlede in Ghent. She also shares her knowledge via Profysic education.
Lianne graduated in 2006 as a podiatrist at the Fontys Paramedische Hogeschool. In 2009 she started the post-bachelor degree as a sports podiatrist where she was one of the first to receive her diploma in 2011. In 2017 she completed her training as a manual therapist at the Utrecht manual therapy school. As a sports podo / manual therapist she guides both top and recreational athletes, from swimmers to hikers.
Since 2008 she has been working at Profysic Sport podiatry. She herself is a recreational runner, hence her affinity with athletics.
Coen finalized his bachelor of business administration at the Fontys university in 1998. Afterwards he worked as a project manager / business consultant on the cutting edge of Business & ICT. This for the logistics- and production companies. Many of these projects focused on continuous improvement of the organization and the associated IT tools.
Coen has been working at Profysic since March 2017, where he manages the continuous improvement projects. From the renovation of the interior of Profysic till the implementation of the privacy law (AVG). Next to driving his motorbike, he likes to play soccer.