Daniel Kang is a physiotherapist who has graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy. He is a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and a SIRA Workers Compensation (WorkCover)/CTP (Compulsory Third Party Insurance) approved physiotherapist. Daniel treats a wide range of age group and conditions especially headache/dizziness, sports injuries, work related injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, acute/chronic neck and lower back pain. His physiotherapy treatment incorporates advanced manual techniques combined with adjunct therapies such as western acupuncture, shock wave therapy, interferential therapy, ultrasound therapy, heat therapy and kinesiology taping. All his patients receive a comprehensively tailored exercise prescription to address speciﬁc problem areas and to provide long-term solutions.
Kirk has accumulated over 15 years of experience in the mental health field, specialising primarily in addiction, family dynamics, trauma, complex mental health issues, and community-based counselling. His professional ethos revolves around pursuing clinical excellence by embracing evidence-based practices.
Kirk possesses a deep understanding of the challenges individuals from diverse backgrounds face when seeking psychological services. Consequently, his primary goal is to streamline and enhance the accessibility and comfort of this process. He is particularly dedicated to championing the needs of various groups, including CALD and ATSI communities, LGBTIQA+ individuals, current and former defense personnel, and those living with disabilities or chronic health conditions.