MEET THE TEAM

We have experience treating a wide range of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, aiming to get patients back to work, sport and pain free everyday activities as quickly as possible. It is our priority to work closely with all health care workers involved in a patients care, whether it be GPs, Specialists, other Allied Health practitioners, coaches or personal trainers. regular contact will be maintained to help promote a speedy recovery. 

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DANIEL HEALION - BPhty, MAPA, Cert. Spinal Manual Therapy

 

Danny has over 30 years experience as a physiotherapist, primarily in private practice within The Gap community where he is well known in many circles. Regular involvement with local sporting teams and clubs has helped Danny to maintain a presence in the community. He has a diverse knowledge of the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal conditions, as well as being highly experienced in the application of manual therapy techniques for relieving pain and improving movement. 

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DAVID MCCARTNEY - BPhty, MAPA, FR & FRA Certified

 

David graduated from the University of Queensland in 2004 and has been working at The Gap Physiotherapy Centre since.  He has a keen interest in all musculoskeletal conditions especially sporting injuries and also has experience treating vestibular disorders.  In 2007 David became a partner with Danny in the practice. In 2017 David became one of the first Functional Range Release Certified Practitioners in Australia, and the principles of functional movement assessment and treatment form a framework for his treatments.   To continue implementing the Functional Range System David completed the FRA certification in early 2018 becoming one of the first practitioners in Australia to do so.

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RICHARD MODDERMAN - BPhty(Hons), MAPA

 

Richard graduated from the University of Queensland in 2013 with 1st Class Honours and a University medal.  He has been working at the practice since graduating, as well as working within a wide range of acute and rehabilitation settings within Queensland Health. Richard has recently increased his hours at the practice, bringing additional experience from working within the hospital setting and a strength and conditioning background.  Richard enjoys treating all musculoskeletal injuries with a particular interest in shoulders, lifting technique and knee injuries, as well as the management of neurological and vestibular conditions.  Having a strength and conditioning background, he has expertise in developing exercise based rehabilitation programs.