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.
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.
- musculoskeletal health and performance
- clinical biomechanics in sport
- learning and teaching in sports medicine
- Introduction to Sports Medicine
- Exercise for Musculoskeletal Health
Daniel's specialist areas of knowledge include exercise science, physiotherapy, human anatomy, sports medicine, biomechanics, musculoskeletal rehabilitation