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imageDavid Hemmings

David commenced his Podiatry career 25 years ago working in the High Risk Foot clinic at Royal North Shore Hospital. He then continued his podiatry in private practice in Wagga Wagga specialising in sports podiatry and children.

He has been a past Treasurer of Sports Medicine Australia (Wagga Wagga) and contributed to the establishment of Level 1 and 2 Sports Trainer Certificates.

After a visit 10 years ago to Tasmania he relocated with his family. A keen bushwalker and flyfisherman he is leaving his footprints in the wonderful world heritage areas of Tasmania.
He is a committed Podiatrist and enjoys all aspects of Podiatry.
He is a current member of Sports Medicine Australia and the Australian Podiatry Association.

imagePaul Crisford

Paul graduated from the Sydney Institute of Technology in 1985. 

In 1997 he was awarded a Bachelor of Science - Honors 1st class (Podiatric Studies) from the University of Brighton in the UK.

Over his 25 years of podiatric experience he has worked in both the public and private sectors, including becoming Head of Department at the Waverly War Memorial and the Western Suburbs hospitals.

Private practice experience includes 18 years in the eastern suburbs and central business district of Sydney.

Academic placements have included lecturing and tutoring at the Sydney Institute of Technology as well as at the University of Western Sydney.

Currently he is a PhD candidate at the Menzies Research Institute of Tasmania researching physical activity promotion.

Paul was the founder of Eastern Podiatric Laboratory and a director of Vertical Orthotic Laboratory.

Paul has a special interest in the biomechanics and the sports side of podiatry in addition to being a member of the Australian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM) and past Tasmanian Trustee on the National Board.

He has been a member of Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) for many years as well as being the current Tasmanian President and a past Tasmanian Director on the National board.

Paul is a a current member of the Australian Podiatry Association.

He is a keen advocate for the promotion of physical activity as well as regularly keeping active by bushwalking, cycling, running and scuba diving.



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