Kyle Dedini

Principal Podiatrist & Founder

Special Interest Areas

  • Running Injuries + Periodisation Training Programs
  • Calf Strengthening
  • Manual Therapies: (Dry Needling, Foot Mobilisation Therapy, Soft Tissue Massage)
  • Orthotic Manufacturing and Prescription


  • Sports Podiatrist with 9 years private practice experience.
  • Sports Medicine Australia State Board/Council member of 3 years (TAS)


  • Bachelor of Podiatry – Charles Sturt University (2012)
  • Recipient of $30,000 in scholarships to continue education (Awarded to select students/podiatrists who fulfill certain requirements and achieve adequate grades)
  • 2013 and 2019 National Podiatry Conferences
  • 2014 Sports Medicine Conference
  • First Australian Podiatry Strength and Conditioning Course
  • Bartold Biomechanics Seminar
  • Clinical Biomechanical Boot Camp
  • Creating A Sports Medicine Team Course
  • Building Therapeutic Relationships (How Practitioners and Patients Brains Talk to Each Other)
  • Foot and Ankle Stress Related Injuries Course
  • Foot Injection Techniques Course
  • Neuro-Muscular Lower Limb Dry Needling Course x 2
  • Foot Mobilisation Therapy Course
  • Ankle Pathology Assessment, Diagnoses, and Management (Diagnostic Imaging Course)


Kyle grew up in Wagga Wagga, NSW and his podiatry journey has taken him across NSW, VIC, QLD, TAS, and most recently the ACT. Kyle has previously sat on the Sports Medicine Australia Tasmanian State Board/Council for 3 years, has received $30,000 worth of scholarships and has gone on to further his education and knowledge base through a large variety of courses. Outside of podiatry Kyle has a keen interest in all things sport. Throughout school he represented NSW at cross country and 800m events, while setting multiple High School records in 800m, 1500, and cross-country distances. He also played soccer for the National Premier League (NPL) Division 1, whilst living and working in Hobart, and had many years of Australian rules football (finishing up last year with the ANU Griffins). However, after multiple broken bones, 12 shoulder dislocations, half a fake tooth and one shoulder reconstruction he now prefers watching local sport from the sideline with a cold beverage, running, skiing, and taking his Kelpie out to kick the footy rather than throwing his body around for more punishment.

Alex Murray

Managing Podiatrist & Strength and Conditioning Coach

Special Interest Areas

  • Sports Podiatry
  • Management of Complex and Chronic Injuries/Conditions
  • Lower Limb Injury Rehabilitation
  • Lower Limb Strength and Conditioning
  • Foot Orthoses/Richie Brace prescription
  • Paediatrics


  • 8 years’ experience in Sports Podiatry practices
  • 4 years’ mentorship by an Australian Olympic Medical Team Podiatrist
  • Assistant Strength & Conditioning/Athletic Rehabilitation Coach (Vikings Rugby – Tuggeranong Valley RUFC, Feburary 2021 – Present)
  • Sports Medicine Australia State Board/Council Member 1 year (ACT)
  • Awarded Membership to the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow) in recognition of excellence in clinical practice and contribution to the profession.


  • Bachelor of Health Science (2013)
  • Master of Podiatry Practice (2013)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine (awarded with Distinction) [Study focus: Special Populations (Paediatrics), Women in Sport, Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Medicine, Exercise Prescription] (2017)
  • Member, Faculty of Podiatric Medicine, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow)
  • ASCA Level 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • Lecturer in Sports Podiatry and Musculoskeletal Medicine – Podiatry Systems
  • Australian Podiatry Association Podiatric Biomechanics Course
  • Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science Course (CAN)
  • Functional Therapeutic Movement Course (UK)
  • Explain Pain – Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
  • Mobilization of the Neuroimmune System – Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
  • Member of Sports and Exercise Podiatry Australia


Originally from Adelaide, Alex completed his high school and undergraduate Podiatry degrees in Melbourne before moving to Canberra to work under 3 x Olympic Medical Team Podiatrist Paul Fleet. Since his move, he has worked predominantly with patients with musculoskeletal pain in their feet and lower limbs, including national and international level athletes. He furthered his interest in managing musculoskeletal conditions completing a Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine through the University of Otago Medical School. Alex loves helping patients of all ages and abilities, from your weekend gardener through to elite level athletes and uses his training and experience as a Rehabilitation Coach to provide comprehensive plans that get people back to doing what they love. He has a special interest in managing persistent musculoskeletal injuries and chronic conditions, receiving further training and mentorship in the science of pain and management of complex injuries. In addition to his clinical work, he develops courses on the management of lower limb injuries and pain, and provides specialised mentorship for Podiatrists in Australia, UK, Ireland and India. He is also an education partner for the Norway-based research group CauseHealth and has recently been recruited to help write academic papers on the best management for plantar heel pain (commonly known as plantar fasciitis). A previous volleyballer and martial artist, you’ll now find Alex in a gym, out running or in the cheese aisle of his local deli.



Ikmal Salim
Ikmal Salim

Assistant Practice Manager (Acting Practice Manager)

David Selems
David Selems

Business Manager

Michelle Climpson
Michelle Climpson

Senior Administration Officer

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Located inside Garran Medical Centre Suite 12, 2 Garran Place, Garran,
ACT, 2605
Phone: 02 6147 5738

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Tuesdays 8am – 5:30pm
Wednesdays 8am – 5:30pm
Thursdays 8am – 5:30pm
Fridays 8am – 4pm


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