Kath is a podiatrist with over twenty years clinical experience.  A graduate of La Trobe University, Kath’s career has spanned over elite/international sports teams (in Australia and England), working with disadvantaged and homeless communities in the public sector, research, and supervising students. 

Kath has mixed her clinical work with management as a Director of In Stride since 2007 and for many years leading a podiatry team in community health. Having worked with North Melbourne and Carlton AFL clubs, the London Towers basketball team and other international level athletes, Kath maintains a strong interest in sporting injuries and biomechanics.  She has also worked in the paediatric setting for many years and loves helping young children with foot or foot related conditions (her inspiration for being a podiatrist came from seeing one as a child herself for shin splints). 


Kath is returning to a small clinical load at In Stride whilst she works part time and looks after her two young children.



Vronika graduated with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters in Podiatry from La Trobe University and has since worked as a clinical mentor and across several private practices. She has also obtained accreditation in dry needling of the lower limbs.

Enjoying all aspects of podiatry, Vronika has a strong interest in managing musculoskeletal conditions/sports injuries stemming from lower limb biomechanical issues and utilising orthotic therapy. Providing podiatry treatments for all ages – from children to the elderly, Vronika loves working closely with all her clients to help them achieve their goals. She also has extensive experience in diabetes care for the feet.

When not at work, Vronika enjoys working out in the gym.



Heleine graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry from La Trobe University. During her final year of her podiatry degree, she also completed a Certificate IV in Sports Massage at the Melbourne Institute of Massage therapy to further facilitate her treatment of lower limb injuries.


Heleine has worked in both the public and private sectors providing expert care in all areas of podiatric practice including chronic disease management, paediatric (children) podiatry, nail surgeries and biomechanics/orthotics. Her Greek background has meant that she has built strong ties with the Greek community, which has been pivotal in her communication with community members.


Heleine also has extensive knowledge in running shoes and footwear fitting, having previously worked in The Athletes Foot.