Daniel is the founder and director of ISO Physiotherapy. He holds a bachelor degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. Daniel has over twelve years’ experience working across various treatment environments, including elite sporting clubs, hospitals, private practice and international sporting tours.
In 2014, Daniel joined the Wests Tigers NRL club as a physiotherapist, providing intervention and rehabilitation to some of Australia’s most elite athletes. Daniel's experience at the Wests Tigers has provided him both a unique diagnostic and prognostic skillset, which has allowed him to manage injuries efficiently and return athletes to the field in a safe and timely manner.
At the Wests Tigers, Daniel worked alongside the industry’s top strength and conditioning coaches to develop programs that optimise training outcomes. Through these pathways, Daniel accesses and utilises the most current evidence-based research to guide his programs. He employs specific exercises to retrain biomechanical faults that help obtain lifelong results.
In 2009 and 2013, Daniel was selected as a part of the Australian physiotherapy team at the Maccabiah games in Israel.
Daniel's passion and drive is centred towards creating a community-based clinic, where all clients’ needs are managed. Daniel’s caring and empathetic nature allows him to develop long lasting relationships with his clients, whilst providing new and returning members of the clinic to feel part of the ISO Physiotherapy community.
Daniel and his team work closely with many of Sydney’s top orthopaedic surgeons, Sports Physicians, and General Practitioners. These partnerships allow Daniel and his team to ensure the ISO community always receive the highest level of care, and swiftly rehabilitation post-surgery. He has spent many years developing post-operative protocols for all types of surgical procedures.
In June 2020, Daniel and his partner Sophie welcomed the newest member to the ISO Physiotherapy family, their son Beau. Beau's arrival has given Daniel a new lease of life within the clinic and strengthened his feelings of community, care and empathy within the ISO Physiotherapy space.