Daniel Searle Physiotherapy

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Dan is a registered physiotherapist focusing on pain education and management. He is the only physio trained as part of the pain revolution group in the region.

Dan also has considerable experience in sports related injury management as well as providing general physio assessment and treatment.


About Dan...

Dan grew up on a dairy farm 10km north of the rural town of Barham in the South West Riverina NSW.

Dan’s world was turned upside down when at age 16 he lost the majority of his eyesight due to a rare genetic condition.

After dealing with the initial shock and devastation and with support, Dan slowly learnt to cope and continue with his study and his love of sports.

After finishing year 12 Dan pursued a career in Physiotherapy and after completing his degree now runs a private practice in central Albury.

Apart from general and sports physiotherapy, Dan has a special interest is physio for the disabled and has recently studied and focused on pain management and education.

Image of Dan and Bear on park bench at norieul
Dan and his Guide Dog 'Bear'

Latest News


November is ‘Movember’ a month when we work to promote men’s health. 

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Very privledged to be part of World Physiotherapy Day

A Charles Sturt graduate’s inspiring story ahead of World Physiotherapy Day

Ahead of World Physiotherapy Day, Daniel Searle shares how the most challenging experience of his life – losing the majority of his vision at 16 years old – led him to forge a career as a health professional and find great passion in helping others.

To read the full story click here

Cross Border Access

Even though the current border lockdown is making life more interesting for all of us, rest assured I am still open for business and can provide treatment for patients on both sides of the border.

As a patient you are entitled to request a permit on medical grounds and I can provide you with an authorisation document.  Just ask !