Meet the Experts - Spine & Sports Physiotherapy - Daniel Scott
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Meet the Experts

Daniel Scott

Daniel Scott

Principal Physiotherapist / Exercise & Sports Scientist


Master of Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sports Science)

Daniel grew up in Bunbury going to Withers Primary School, Adam Road and Newton Moore Senior High School before moving north to finish high school in Perth. He then went on to complete a Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sports Science) degree at ECU Joondalup and a Master of Physiotherapy degree from Curtin University.

After finishing his Physiotherapy degree in 2009 and working for two years in a prominent private practice in Perth, Daniel followed his English girlfriend to the UK. He worked extensively over England for nearly 6 years, both privately and in the NHS, which has provided him a wealth of knowledge and experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injury rehabilitation.  He has recently returned to Australia with his English girlfriend (now wife) to start Spine & Sports Physiotherapy.

Daniel has also worked extensively with amateur and professional athletes from a variety of sports including; hockey, soccer, AFL and basketball. He has national experience with WA Hockey teams and travelled with the Australian Women’s Indoor Hockey team as the physiotherapist when competing in an international tournament in Malaysia 2010.

Daniel enjoys helping people recover quickly from injuries and stay pain free so they can live healthy and active lives. He uses manual “hands-on” therapy combined with advanced manipulative (adjustment) techniques and acupuncture to decrease pain, while incorporating rehabilitative exercises and education to ensure a complete recovery and prevent reinjury.

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Daniel Scott