I spent the first five years of my career working in my home county of Somerset assessing, treating, discharge planning, and managing neurology and stroke patients in a large acute hospital. I later worked as a medical team lead and clinical lead for their falls prevention service. I have continued my NHS work with the elderly rehabilitation team at King’s College Hospital in London. My private work includes treating a range of conditions such as muscular and sports injuries, post-operative rehab, neurological care, and supporting the elderly in their own homes.
Something about me
I have a keen interest in sport and was lucky enough to work as a physiotherapist at the 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup in London.
“My physio for the past four months has been Dan. I cannot recommend him highly enough. He was very good at developing a rapport and building a trust relationship so I am comfortable being pushed to make a greater effort. He has shown great flexibility in developing an evolving programme of exercises as I regained my strength and began walking again. He shows great patience and is very good at knowing when to hold back and when to demand more. It has been a very rewarding few months. I was mainly chair-bound and using a Zimmer frame to move about. This led to frustration and a desire to improve quickly. With Dan’s help, I have developed upper body strength, developed enough strength to walk unaided and greatly improved my flexibility. He is always happy to let me extend, but not overextend, myself so my recovery is steady and sure.” – Paul, Wimbledon