Together we have over 80 years experience, 200 hours of extra training each year and over 400,000 feet examined.  If you`ve got it, we`ve seen it and fixed it before.

Stephanie Cosgrove

Stephanie Cosgrove

Stephanie Cosgrove holds a podiatry degree (with Honours: QUT 1990) and a Master of Health Science majoring in podiatry (QUT 1996). During her studies, she was awarded several university prizes, including the prestigious C.W.Graves award for excellence in orthotic design and manufacture. Stephanie has been in private practice since 1991 and has spent several years studying and assisting in foot surgery.

Stephanie’s primary interest lies in pain relief, particularly in those for whom prior interventions have failed. As the group’s consultant podiatrist, patients may choose to consult Stephanie about complex problems, including the following:

  • Foot pain, particularly if debilitating, long term or resistant to previous treatments.
  • The effect of foot problems on body mechanics, particularly in causing knee, hip, back and shoulder pain.
  • Painful nail conditions that have resisted other treatments.
  • Pre-surgical discussion of surgical and non-surgical options.

Stephanie has also authored a reference book to provide GP’s with a resource to better educate patients, titled “Common Foot Disorders and their Effect on Body Mechanics”.  It covers the dozens of the most common foot disorders and is available on this site under the “Info Sheets” tab.

Jacqui Valkhoff

Jacqui Valkhoff

Jacqui qualified in podiatry in the UK, she has more than 25 years experience and has acquired further qualifications in physical therapy.

Jacqui special interests include diabetic foot care and rheumatoid foot care as well. Jacqui works in our Bribie Island clinic.

Jason Pullar

Jason Pullar

Jason graduated as a podiatrist from QUT Brisbane in 2001. He is now in his seventh year with Stephanie Cosgrove Podiatry Clinics.

Jason works in all aspects of podiatry practice. Jason is mostly at Bribie and Toombul and doing hospital and community visits.

Belinda Inglis

Belinda Inglis

After gaining her academic qualifications at QUT in Brisbane, Belinda moved to Hobart to practice for 2 years before returning to Brisbane and joining Stephanie Cosgrove podiatry clinics.

She has a focus in diabetic care and education, biomechanics and general pallative care. Belinda also has a degree in Biomedical science from Griffith University and is primarily located at Bribie Island and Toombul clinics.

Holly West

Holly West

Holly gained her academic qualifications at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. Holly’s has a broad knowledge and interest in all aspects of podiatry, including a focus in Diabetic Care and education, Pediatric Podiatry and Biomechanics.

She has also gained post-graduate qualifications in Prolotherapy, has written articles for city publications, and volunteered for various public health and awareness initiatives. Holly is primarily located at our Indooroopilly Clinic, however also does visit our other clinics from time to time.

Megan Andrews

Megan Andrews

Megan graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Health Science – Podiatry in 2009. Megan commenced working at our clinics prior to graduation and has become proficient in the newly created art of Copythotic creation. Megan enjoys all aspects of podiatry practice but has a special affinity for diabetic and mechanical complaints.

Julia Noud

Julia Noud

Julia graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Health Science – Podiatry in 2008. Julia has been a professional dance performer both in Australia and overseas and comes to us from a practice with a focus on injuries occurring in ballet and other forms of dance.

Julia’s specialties within our practice centre on continuing her experience with elite sports people and performers and harnessing the power of high tech foot and leg assessment tools.