YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT PHYSIO
Dan is a registered physiotherapist focusing on rehabilitation, pain management and education. Dan 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.
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 now works in public health as well as running a private practice in central Albury
Apart from general and sports physiotherapy, Dan has a special interest in pain management and physio for people with a disability. Dan also has considerable experience providing physiotherapy to those diagnosed with a mental illnesses.
4 years I posted almost this same photo happy to be starting a new adventure, today it is with a little sadness that I close my door for the last time.
It’s not all bad news though as next week I start a new job in a non-clinical role with Marathon health which I’m very excited about.
I am extremely grateful to the friends and family that helped me set up the clinic and encouraged me to go out on my own especially to my partner Phil, for without his assistance, support and encouragement I would have never done it.
I am thankful to all of you who attended the clinic and became a part of my life, that is the thing I will miss the most. I have loved being a part of your life and I hope that I helped with your health and recovery in some small way. Thanks so much to those people who referred friends and family to me, it means so much that you trusted in me.
I will still be contactable through this email, phone and social media. I hope that in the future I may have some capacity for home visits, but I can’t make any promises at this stage.