Kirsty Stupel is a Senior Podiatrist and Company Director with myPod Podiatry. After completing her first degree in a Bachelor of Dance in 2001, Kirsty then went on to study a Bachelor of Podiatry at the University of South Australia. Here she was awarded the prestigious TG Mitchell prize for the graduating Podiatrist with the highest overall score. For the last 5 years Kirsty has also been asked to act as a clinical supervisor at the University of South Australia, tutoring the final year Podiatry students on the subject of Biomechanics (Orthotic Therapy). Kirsty is also an active member of Sports medicine Australia, Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine and the Australian Podiatry Association. Kirsty provides a full range of Podiatric treatments including general nail and skin care, nail surgery, paediatric podiatry, orthotic therapy, diabetic assessments and functional gait analyses. When she is not at work Kirsty loves spending time with her two children Campbell and Piper.
What makes you different/why would people come see you?
“I believe in a holistic approach to any injury, and like to look at the many contributing factors to any pain or pathology. An interdisciplinary approach often achieves the best outcome for the patient. I like to spend quality time with all my patients, thoroughly explaining their injury and treatment options available”.
Kirsty enjoys all aspects of Podiatry however has a special interest in:
- Lower limb biomechanics, sports injuries
- Paediatric podiatry
- Orthotic therapy
- Dance injuries and rehabilitation
Graduated with the highest overall score in the class receiving the prestigious TG Mitchell award
Current Clinical Supervisor at the University of South Australia, tutoring the final year students in their biomechanics clinics
Bachelor of Dance Performance 2011
Member of Sports Medicine Australia
Member of Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sport Medicine