Dan Elias – Sports Injury and Spinal physiotherapist
MCSP MHPC BSc MAACP
Daniel is an experienced physiotherapist having worked across the NHS as a senior clinician, within private practice and in individual and team sports. In addition to this Daniel has a BSc Honours degree in Sport & Exercise Science. He has a deep knowledge of running and athletic recovery, injury and rehabilitation yet is as competent rehabilitating someone from chronic bak pain as returning them after a sporting injury.
Daniel’s experience has allowed him to work with a range of clients from those suffering from everyday work or recreational complaints, to post-operative rehabilitation and with amateur and high level athletes. Daniel has worked as a physiotherapist for club and county rugby clubs and provided physiotherapy support to runners at multiple London marathons and athletic events. With all his
clients Daniel believes in treatment and rehabilitation that fosters the achievement of maximum performance potential.
Daniel is a qualified acupuncturist and uses this modality as part of an integrated approach to treating his client’s pain. He also gained his Pilates qualification from the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Daniel leads the Trigger Point Therapy Class at Balance Performance Physiotherapy promoting self-empowerment of your own tissue health to improve performance, reduce pain and relieve tension.
Daniel is a keen sportsman having competed as a decathlete and his current passion is for half marathons, which allows him to understand the dedication and hard work required for this discipline! Daniel is also a keen scuba diver having dived some amazing sites in Hawaii!