Daniel Crockett

Daniel comes to Dynamic Podiatry extremely well qualified. He has degrees in Podiatry and Exercise Physiology. This puts him in a great position to assess and diagnose your biomechanics conditions and to treat them. He enjoys running and learning the guitar.

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Heel Pain in Children – Sever’s Apophysitis

Sever’s Calcaneal Apophysitis Calcaneal apophysitis (commonly known as Sever’s disease) is a condition that affects the growth plate (apophysis) in your child’s calcaneus (heel). It can be a very painful and debilitating condition as it will regularly prevent children from participating in their favourite activities: whether that be football, netball, basketball, dancing, or any other …

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Running Shoes – How Often Should You Replace Them ?

Running Shoes Need Regular Replacing Most people wait far too long before replacing their running shoes and risk overuse injuries as a result. Generally running shoes should last between 600 and 1000 kilometres, although this depends on your body weight, how often and far you run, the terrain you run on and your running style. …

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Intoeing Gait – Not Pigeon Toed!

What is Intoeing? In-toeing or ‘pigeon toes’ is very common in young children and is when a person’s feet turn inward (instead of pointing straight ahead or outward). In-toeing may not cause any problems however, in severe cases in-toeing can cause clumsiness and falls where intervention should occur. What Causes Intoeing? There are three main …

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Looking After Your Feet in Winter!

Feet in the Cooler Weather Caring for your feet is very important, especially during the cooler months. The cooler weather can present multiple challenges in maintaining foot health, with the risk of numbness and decreased circulation dramatically increasing. Check Your Feet Daily It is important to check your feet daily looking for breaks in the …

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Injury Management

Managing Injuries in the Lower Limb Injuries to the lower limb are very common so it is important to recognise and seek early management of an injury to reduce the recovery time. After early detection of an injury, an appointment with a podiatrist will involve diagnosing the injured structures and determining the cause of injury …

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Preventing a Fall

Falls Can Change Your Life Forever Falls – The Facts   A fall is defined as having an unexpected event in which the person comes to rest on the ground.  Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospital admission in people aged 65 years and older.  At least one third of community dwelling older adults …

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Lateral Knee Pain

Later Knee Pain ITB Friction Syndrom, Biceps Femoris Tendinopathy, Joint Pain. Lateral knee pain (pain on the outside border of the knee) is most commonly the condition Illiotibial band (ITB) friction syndrome (ITBFS). The suggested cause is an increase in compression in the layer of fat and connective tissue that separate ITB from the lateral …

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