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Daniel Morgan, Msc. (Sports Medicine) BSc. (PT) 

CEO Performance Rehab Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic














Daniel is a Bermudian who was born in Chelmsford, Essex, England & returned to Bermuda with his parents at the age of 2. He is the founder and CEO of Performance Rehab Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic aiming to provide the higest quality of physiotherapy services to the island.


With a deep interest in sports for all of his life, Daniel pursued a career in Physiotherapy, with a focus on Sports Medicine.


He began his studies in Montreal, Canada at McGill University where he studied for 4 years obtaining his Bsc. in Biology. From there he continued his studies in England at The Manchester School of Physiotherapy for 3 years, picking up a BSc. (Hons.) in Physiotherapy, and a further year in Dublin at Trinity College, leading to a MSc. in Sports Medicine.


He has gathered experience in various specialities and many treatment facilities whilst working in the North West of England specializing in musculoskeletal, respiratory and sports injuries and biomechanics. Daniel has performed the role of team physiotherapist for various sporting organizations over the years namely the Irish Senior, U23 and U19 Cricket Teams, Dandy Town Football Club, the Bermuda Hogges Football Club, the Bermuda National Cricket and Football teams at various age groups and the Bermuda National Rugby team. Whilst abroad, Daniel continued to enjoy playing local cricket and had the fortune to represent his country on his return to the island.


Daniel has a keen interest in most sports locally and abroad and enjoys recreational tennis and weights. Daniel is married and the proud father of one daughter who enjoys seeing her develop and blossom.  





Noah Mackie, Msc. (Sports Science) Bsc. (PT)


Initially studying to obtain an undergraduate and master's degree in sports science, it was during my master's degrees where injury rehabilitation peaked my interested when I had to undergo my own rehabilitation for a torn ACL and resulted in me deciding to obtain a physiotherapy degree from Kings College London as soon as my master's degree was finished. During my time at Kings College London, I spent time on an old person ward at St Thomas' Hospital, in the community in Southwark, a neurology ward at St George's, a cystic fibrosis ward at Denmark Hill Hospital and finally a MSK service at The Nelson Medical Centre. 
Following my studies, I decided to specialise immediately and worked for Synergy Physiotherapy in Woking where I was exposed to lots of sports injuries and non-sports related injuries. After my time at Synergy Physiotherapy, I was given an opportunity to return to the Nelson Medical Centre as a Senior Physiotherapist where I was exposed to more complex injuries in addition to chronic conditions where pain education is a pivotal part to the treatment. 
It's my firm belief that good rehabilitation consists of 3 phases. Symptom management where we try to reduce your symptoms, addressing the underlying issues before entering the prevention of recurrence phase. I will guide you through all the phases using evidence based practice. 
In my spare time I enjoy playing sports, in particular Rugby, Padel tennis and Football. When I am not playing sports, I enjoy taking my dog Nelly for walks.






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