Stacey Kipouridis is a physiotherapist with an interest in both dance and sports physiotherapy. She uses a combination of manual therapy techniques including dry needling. As well as education and exercise to help treat her patients holistically’. Being a strong believer in injury prevention programs and self management, and wants to ensure all her patients feel confident to be able to self manage their injuries.
She has completed a Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Science at Melbourne University. As well as the Matwork and Equipment Pilates courses through APPI , in order to apply Pilates as a rehabilitation tool for all patients in various stages of their rehabilitation.
Stacey has danced all her life in styles including ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and contemporary. She enjoys working closely with dancers to help treat their injuries and get them back to achieving their goals, by developing specific injury prevention programs. As well as dancing, Stacey also enjoys playing soccer. Which led to her work as a sports trainer and physiotherapist with many soccer clubs over the years. She has also worked with Melbourne Victory Football Club, assisting with players rehabilitation and return to sport following surgery.
In her spare time, Stacey continues to enjoy dancing, traveling, beach walks and exploring new restaurants and wineries.
Memberships: Australian Physiotherapy Association
Schedule: Stacey is at Performance Medicine on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays. As well as one Saturday a month.