Dan Kelly, Physiotherapist
Sydney CBD, Double Bay
"I have always loved sport and exercise; the way the body moves and adapts to the various challenges we throw at it."
Dan graduated from The University of Sydney in 2003 and immediately made the transition to private practice in Maroubra, completing clinical consultations, gym program design, hydrotherapy and home visits for older patients which gave him a great outlook on what physiotherapy can do for people across a wide range of settings.
He then moved to a private clinic job in the Sydney CBD, where he worked for three years with some very motivated clients and an array of sports physicians and orthopaedic surgeons of varying disciplines. Dan completed his post-graduate spine physiotherapy credentials with the McKenzie Institute in 2007. After this stint in the city, he travelled to Ireland where he played rugby semi-professionally while he continued to practice as a physiotherapist in a private clinic, a role that saw him working with the Laois county Gaelic football squad.
Dan returned to Sydney in 2010 where he established Superhuman Physiotherapy in the Sydney CBD. 2012 presented the opportunity for Dan to combine his love of sport and science in developing a Physio Backed Personal Training service to deliver the most up to date and effective treatment and training methods to athletes of all levels. Dan is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, the McKenzie Institute International and of Sports Medicine Australia. He continues to play rugby with Woollahra Colleagues RFC.
David Chamberlain, Personal Trainer
David specialises in providing physio backed fitness and training solutions for Superhuman clients in Sydney’s CBD.
David is an experienced personal trainer, degree qualified sports scientist and athlete.
In addition to his degree David holds a Certificate 4 in Fitness and qualifications in advanced sports studies, kettlebell, boxing and powerbag instruction.
David’s personal exercise background has helped to shape and refine his training approach and philosophy. He grew up playing a broad range of sports and participating in a number of outdoor activities. David was a competitive track and field athlete and rugby player and currently enjoys running, thai boxing, skiing and scuba diving.
All of these experiences have given him an insight into elite level training principles, the importance of core, functional strength and have ingrained the concept of hard work to maximize and realise one’s potential. In addition they have reinforced his love for the outdoors and the enjoyment that comes from engaging in physical activity in nature.
You can find out more about David by visiting his website at www.davidchamberlain.com.au