Gavin Daly is a podiatrist who graduated from the University of South Australia in 1991.
Gavin originally commenced practice in South Australia with Adelaide Sports Sciences Clinic and David Gilbert in 1991. Between 1991 and 1993 Gavin also worked with other South Australian podiatrists including Kaye Halliday and Lyn Keynes. During this time Gavin also provided honorary podiatry advice and services to the Woodville West Torrens Football Club.
In 1993, Gavin purchased his own podiatry practice in Modbury, South Australia which he privately owned and operated between 1993-1996. During this time he also operated an orthotic laboratory between 1993-1996 in partnership with Kaye Halliday.
In 1996 Adelaide Podiatry Group was founded by Gavin and three other podiatrists - Spiro Vithoulkas, Sean Murphy and Brenton Bowen. Gavin's role during this partnership included developing and managing South Australia’s first computer aided design and manufacturing (CADCAM) orthotic system, training orthotic laboratory technicians and developing laboratory systems. This role continued until 1998 when the laboratory was then taken over by Tony Dwyer of CAD CAM Orthotics in South Australia.
Gavin also provided honorary podiatry services to the Adelaide Ravens Netball Club between 1998-1999 alongside coach Pat Mickan.
Podiatry Care was established at Ashford Injury Services with partner Spiro Vithoulkas in January 2000 in conjunction with Orthopaedics SA and Northcare Physiotherapy. Podiatry Care continues today and is South Australian owned and operated by Gavin Daly and partners, Kaye Halliday, Spiro Vithoulkas and Mark Demasi.
Gavin currently practices privately as a podiatrist at Podiatry Care Modbury and has a special interest in heel pain, sports injuries, childrens foot problems and growing pains in children.