Dr Daniel Castellano – Osteopath

Daniel graduated from RMIT university with a double degree in Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) & Bachelor of Health Science. Coming from an elite junior sporting background where he represented Victoria in both football and cricket, Daniel first gained his insights into osteopathy through various sporting injuries when he was younger. It was from these injuries that Daniel developed a passion for the profession. Most recently a knee injury sidelined him from playing football for a season, but from this he took over the duties of head sports trainer at the Sunshine Football Club. In this role he was able to assist in the treatment, management and rehabilitation of the injured players at the club.

 

Daniel enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions and assisting patients to resume to activities they love doing. He particularly enjoys addressing chronic back and neck pain, postural related complaints, headaches and sports related injuries. Daniel has also gained further qualifications to become a registered practitioner in dry needling and cupping
Daniel also completed an internship at Western Region Health under the tutelage of the well respected Dr Jade Harries (Osteopath) in which he was able to gain a wealth of knowledge and experience.
When Daniel is away from the clinic you will find him playing or watching any sports from football, cricket, golf and basketball as well as supporting his beloved Richmond tigers.