Having completed a degree in sports science, Dan went on to complete his physiotherapy degree which he passed with first class honours. Over the years he has worked for the NHS, Military and private sectors and, since 2013, he has been the centre manager and clinical lead at the Hampshire Wellbeing Centre.
He has extensive experience in treating all types of conditions and injuries, including polytrauma, but holds a special interest in exercise related leg pain and long-standing groin pain. His interest in sport and exercise medicine extends beyond elite athletes and Dan is heavily engaged in promoting rehabilitation and exercise in the aging population, particularly those with additional problems that can make it difficult to complete mainstream exercise.
Alongside his position at Hampshire Wellbeing Centre, Dan is also a visiting lecturer at Bournemouth University, and is a member of the Hampshire Cricket Medical team.