Daniel Abrams

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

A results-driven journal-published APA-titled Sports Physiotherapist with three decades of experience in sports, musculoskeletal, remedial and rehabilitation areas across hospitals and sports medicine clinics, including 28 years experience at Lifecare Sports Medicine and 20 years experience as a Clinical Panel Physiotherapist at the Transport Accident Commission (TAC).

Has undertaken physiotherapist roles at The Prince of Wales Hospital (Sydney), Epworth Hospital (Melbourne) and the Australian Institute of Sport (Canberra) and completed a three-year senior tutor role in anatomy at the University of Melbourne.

Specialist in acute back and neck pain, lower limb biomechanics and lumbo-pelvic injuries and sports injuries, including treatment plans for runners, football players, swimmers, gymnasts and dancers.

Experienced in national injury research programs. In 2010, collaborated on a federally-funded musician’s injury study with every symphony orchestra in Australia, focusing on neck, back and upper limb. Responsible for one-on-one musician assessments for five orchestras: the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Opera Orchestra, Opera Australia Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

Detailed and thorough. Collaborative, caring and engaging style, with proven ability to deliver results. Sound clinical reasoning and experience working autonomously. Positive attitude and a passion for assisting people.



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