Daniel is a born and raised Novocastrian who completed his studies at the University of Newcastle. After travelling extensively overseas Daniel relocated to Coffs and with the intention of taking full advantage of everything the coastal lifestyle has to offer.
Outside of Physiotherapy, Daniel is a keen sports fan, loves the outdoors and has recently bought a camper van to take on plenty of adventures around the Mid North Coast.

1. What do you love most about your job/industry?

The ability to work closely with each person to reach their goals and see them return to work, daily activities and the things they love most!

2. Areas of interest?

I enjoy working with a range of conditions but have a particular interest in managing persistent pain and assisting with rehabilitation following major illness or trauma.

3. Your top tip

The hard work of rehabilitation really does pays off, but motivation is often an issue. If you find yourself lacking motivation focus on the reasons you asked for help in the first place and refer back to your goals!

4. People would be surprised if they knew…

Despite growing up in Newcastle I’m a tragic Canberra Raiders supporter… I have also started learning how to make cheese!

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Exercise Physiology

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Occupational Therapy

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