Stephanie Owen is a highly skilled MSK podiatrist, HCPC registered, with over 19 years’ experience both in the NHS and private sector. Her special interest areas are gait analysis, dynamic function, footwear and tissue stress. She is a member of the College of Podiatry and MSK:UK
She has a MSc in Clinical Biomechanics (Staffordshire University 2010) , BSc (hons) in Podiatry (Queen Margaret University College 1999) and PgCert in education (National University of Ireland Galway 2009). She teaches and delivers educational sessions to health care professionals on podiatric biomechanics. She presents at conferences and delivers various CPD relating to clinical biomechanics and podiatry Stephanie like to keep up to date with current research and treatments.
Stephanie previously worked at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham within the Sports and Exercise Medicine Department (SEMS). She is now the Director of SO Podiatry in Worcester and Hereford. Stephanie loves competitive sport (watching and taking part) and has wide experience working with the gently active individual, team player and fun runner right through to the elite athlete. Stephanie plays netball in Worcester and loves the challenge and reward of team sports. She consults with clients who have sporting goals however small or however large.
As a podiatrist Stephanie loves her profession and enjoys and strives to deliver the best in care through all aspects of foot health, from general practice (Chiropody), nail surgery through to cosmetic Podiatry including medical pedicures and prosethetic toenails.
Overall Stephanie believes Podiatric biomechanics and interventions can help everybody achieve their goals.