After completing his BS in anatomy and physiology, Daniel continued his post-graduate studies in neuroscience, molecular biology and osteopathy. In 2008 he began to design and develop the Oov
, a device that acts as bio-feedback with an unstable base to be used for rehabilitation and functional activities.
Since then he has been working with physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, strength and conditioning coaches and trainers for specific sports.
His work has lead him to collaborate with the Physiotherapy Team for the Australian Olympic Team in 2012, as well as provide consulting to professional sporting teams.
Daniel created the comprehensive educational training program, and has developed workshops to educate practitioners in the use and application of the Oov. More than 300 clinics are using the Oov, and more than 900 practitioners have been trained in using the Oov internationally. Daniel teaches workshops on functional rehabilitation with the Oov internationally and continues to consults private patients.