Stephanie Shull, PA-C

Board Certified Physician Assistant


Specialty Interests

Sports Medicine



Masters of Health Science Physician Associate Program, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; 2015
Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas; 2013



American Academy of Physician Assistants



Stephanie works alongside Dr. Michael Khadavi.


Fun Fact

Born and raised in Overland Park, KS, Stephanie is a third generation Kansas Jayhawk.



Stephanie Shull, MHS PA-C is a Physician Assistant who enjoys practicing at Apex Orthopedics in Overland Park, Kansas. She has the pleasure of practicing alongside Dr. Michael Khadavi, who is a national leader in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound and Regenerative Medicine.

Together they focus on treating orthopedic, sports medicine and spine issues through therapy, ultrasound evaluations and guided injections, regenerative injections and fluoroscopically guided spine injections.

Stephanie was raised in the Kansas City area where she then went on to complete her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Kansas, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She completed her Masters of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center.

She is passionate about health and hopes that through her work she can restore patients to their optimal health without surgical intervention.




Outside of Work

When Stephanie is not treating patients you can find her cheering on the Jayhawks in basketball and, yes, football too. Growing up, Stephanie was involved in track, cross country, swimming and basketball. This initially helped spark her interest in sports medicine. She continues to enjoy staying active with her husband, Joe, and their high-energy dog, Phog.




Come see us!

Since 1967 (organized as Carondelet Orthopedics Surgery), Apex Orthopedics has been the premier provider of sports medicine in Kansas City.

In that time, we have worked tirelessly to help our clients feel better than they ever have before. And it never gets old.