Daniel Searle Physiotherapy

Focussing on rehab and pain management


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.

Daniel Searle Physiotherapy
Dan and his Guide Dog 'Bear'

Our Location

Dan standing out the front of his business

Latest News

Albury City Access Committee

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It was great to be a part of the Albury access committee today. Proud to be part of a community that makes an effort to reach out to include people with lived experiences of disability. If you’d like to learn more or get involved contact Meredith Wallace at Albury City. #access #inclusion #disability #albury

Road Cycling Nationals 2022

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Dan Searle and Neil van der Ploeg

Very proud to return from the Road Cycling Nationals in Ballarat with a Gold Medal for the time trial event and a silver for the Road race.

Thanks to eveyone who supported me along the way especially my pilot Neil van der Ploeg, my partner and family and friends. I can only compete because of their generousity and support.

Go the distance – Thanks

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A big thank you to everyone who supported my ‘Go the distance’ cycling challenge.

I completed 514kms and raised $710. Together with my team we raised $1,310 to support people living with persistent pain.

As always, if you’re living with persistent pain please make contact or check out the pain revolution website.