Our Podiatrists.

Dr Chris Bishop Head Biomechanist & Senior Podiatrist at The Biomechanics Lab

Dr Chris Bishop is an Adelaide based Podiatrist and Biomechanist with a strong focus on high performance, orthopaedic lower limb biomechanics, footwear and rehabilitation.

  • Professional Achievements: Fellow Australian Sports Medicine Federation, Post-Doctoral Fellowship – Running Biomechanics and Physiology
  • Qualification: , PhD in Biomechanics, Research Masters in Human Movement, Bachelor of Podiatry
  • Memberships: Sports Medicine Australia, International Society of Biomechanics, Footwear Biomechanics Group, Australian Podiatry Association
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Danielle Champion Podiatrist at The Biomechanics Lab

Danielle graduated from a Bachelor of Podiatry in 2002. Over the past two decades, Danielle has gained experience in a broad range of clinical settings within private practice. From general biomechanics to aged care and community health in a rural setting.

  • Professional achievements: Awarded the J R Pickering prize in Appliances 2001 (highest aggregate mark in the courses Podiatric Appliances 300 & 301)
  • Qualification: Bachelor of Podiatry, graduating in 2002, University of South Australia
  • Membership: Member of the Australian Podiatry Association.
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Steph Howard Podiatrist at The Biomechanics Lab

Steph is passionate about building lasting relationships with her patients to help them build the foundation for a healthy and active life from the ground up.

  • Professional Achievements: Winner of the Podiatry Staff Prize for Clinical Excellence
  • Extra Studies: Dry Needling for the Lower Limb
  • Qualification: Bachelor of Podiatry
  • Memberships: Australian Podiatry Association
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