Daniel has been practising manual therapy since 2005 and qualified as a Myotherapist in 2007 through Border College of Natural Therapies. He is arriving back in Melbourne after practising in London for two years. He has worked closely with sports doctors, physiotherapists, and osteopaths, structuring rehabilitation programs and treating various patients, from professional marathon runners and footballers to office workers with unresolved neck pain.
As a past Australian Rules football tragic, Daniel sustained many injuries requiring repeated visits to local manual therapists. In 2006 he needed a fair amount of treatment after sustaining multiple fractures in his lower back during a game. During this time, he truly discovered how debilitating pain could be and the importance of working with well-trained, experienced and energetic practitioners in the recovery process.
Along with massage based skills, he is trained in Bowen Therapy, a more gentle form of treatment that has provided many chronic pain sufferers long-term relief.
Daniel is very passionate about the field, the clinical benefits and working with and empowering patients. Having worked with AFL footballers and elite-level runners, he has a particular interest in problems that arise in the lower back, lower legs and ankles.