Daniel Groesz



Dan graduated from ACU in Sydney, Australia in 2016. He has diverse experience in musculoskeletal, sports and workplace settings. He leverages this experience to provide the best possible outcomes for patients of all injury types.

His passion lies within the endurance sporting realm, particularly in relation to overuse injuries. This has stemmed from Dan’s background in cycling, triathlon and distance running events. Having sustained a vast number of injuries himself, he understands the all-too-common pitfalls athletes may face when trying to return to peak performance after injury. This first-hand knowledge has made him highly effective at returning athletes to their sport in a timely but sensible fashion.

Dan has worked with many semi-professional sporting teams and was the physiotherapist for the Wentworthville Magpies Rugby League and Inner West Magpies Australian Football League clubs. These high-pressure roles have allowed him to cultivate and hone his acute injury management skills.

Dan has experience as a clinical educator for Macquarie University and the University of Technology Sydney. He not only enjoys seeing his clients achieve their goals, but also ensuring the next generation of physiotherapists are able to provide the same outcomes.

When Dan’s not at work, you may find him down at Tooting Bec athletics track for a Tuesday or Thursday night interval session, going for a ride around Richmond Park or enjoying the pub culture in London!