Daniel Mellifont

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Daniel Mellifont

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Teaching areas

  • Introduction to Sports Medicine
  • Exercise for Musculoskeletal Health

Research areas

  • musculoskeletal health and performance
  • clinical biomechanics in sport
  • learning and teaching in sports medicine

Profile

Daniel loves learning and seeing others grow through learning.

His teaching focuses on inspiring learning through real life questions, skills and solutions based on a framework of professionalism, ethics, care and evidence.

Daniel is an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Sports and Exercise Titled Physiotherapist and a member of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapists (IFSPT). As an advocate for the role of exercise in optimising health, he strongly endorses the philosophy - 'Move well, Stay well.' His experience across over two decades as a Physiotherapist includes clinical roles in private practices, both public and private hospitals and a professional sporting team as well as practice principal and state manager roles with a national allied health group.

Publications

Daniel's research was first published in 2012. His current teaching and research explores the synergies and tensions between musculoskeletal health, injury and sports performance with a focus on clinical biomechanics.

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