Danny attained a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at The University Of South Australia in 2001. Since then Danny has worked in a variety of private practices and aged care facilities. In 2004 he achieved his acupuncture certificate and then founded Physio 4 Life in 2005 with the help and support of close friends and family. He is enthusiastic about injury prevention and management of sporting and workplace injuries. His focus is hands on treatment and exercise rehabilitation and educates and empowers his clients in their recovery.
Adrian graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2007. Since then, he has been working with Physio 4 Life in various clinics as well as being involved with aged care. Adrian cares for the needs of a variety of patient groups, and is passionate about returning injured workers to the workplace, rehabilitating post-operative patients and maximising his patient's physical capacity in order to improve their quality of life. Adrian uses a variety of physiotherapy techniques, including manual therapy and dry needling, and also has a focus on home management strategies to improve the long-term outcome of his patient's condition.
Quoc initially completed his Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement and Health Studies) in 2011 at the University of South Australia. Having gained a particular interest for rehabilitation and exercise prescription, he went on to complete his Masters of Physiotherapy in 2013. From his experience through Human Movement studies, Quoc is passionate about the use of functional movement and postural analysis. In combination with hands on physiotherapy treatment and individualised exercise prescription, he works closely with the clients to work towards achieving efficient and pain free movement. He also focuses on ongoing client education, both immediately during acute episodes of injury and going forwards for long term success.
Reg completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. Since finishing he has worked in both private practice and aged care settings. He has completed courses in Pilates and dry needling, always keen to broaden his skills. Reg is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and is enthused about injury prevention, treating sports injuries, returning workers back to the workplace and improving the quality of life for all his clients. Reg likes the hands on treatment approach, plus exercise rehabilitation with a focus on the combination of the client's expectations and the best researched evidence to achieve the best possible outcome.
Dean first graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2013 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences. Having developed a keen interest in body bio-mechanics, he went on to pursue a career with the aim of assisting others to achieve their functional goals. Dean furthered his studies, graduating with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2016 from the University of South Australia. Having worked with Physio 4 Life since, he has assisted clients from a wide variety of population groups achieve their goals. Using a combination of hands on therapy, exercise prescription and education about their particular ailment, Dean aims to empower clients to continue improving for a long term positive outcome.
James originally obtained a bachelor degree in Applied Science (human movement and exercise science) in 2015 and immediately continued his study completing a Graduate Entry masters in Physiotherapy in 2017. Exercise and movement are James' passion, developed during his time as a professional footballer and in the fitness industry. Using patient centred care at the heart of his practice along with exercise interventions, education and hands on approaches, James strives to help his patients be the best they can be.