How to Manage Your Chronic Pain
with Exercise and Massage
Crafting resilient comebacks and promising a healthier tomorrow, Accelr8 Rehab is on course to positively impact 150,000 Canberrans by 2030 with our integrated approach to rehab
Dan O'Sullivan - OWNER
It's time to better manage your Chronic and Persistent Pain with Exercise Physiology and Remedial Massage in Belconnen Canberra.
Accelr8 Rehab are experts in both soft tissue therapy and Exercise Physiology.It is possible to take clients from an acute or chronic condition right through to return to normal daily life and sports activity.
We find that clients are often frustrated either by injuries that reoccur or never fully go away, so by combining expertise in exercise together with a scientific approach to soft tissue therapy we aim to help people with all types of injury.
Specific therapy is conducted from our Exercise Physiology Clinic located in Weetangera, Belconnen ACT.
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Meet Our Team
We are a compassionate Team that is growing rapidly. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to Exercise in a safe and fun Environment.
Exercise Physiologist / Remedial Massage
Daniel is an exercise and rehabilitation specialist. He is a Soft Tissue Therapist (Remedial Massage) and is a member of the Association of Massage Therapists, ESSA, Fitness Australia and is the founder of Accelr8 Rehabilitation.
Sam is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has a special interest in Cancer Recovery and Exercises for Children with ASD. His passion lies in making people understand the benefit of regular movement by encouraging people to enjoy exercise.
"Fixed my sore wrist with a massage and taping. Was 100% better within a week."
"I found Daniel to be an excellent massage therapist. Daniel is the first one to have actually made an improvement."
Don't know where to start?
Contact us if you need to ask a Question about Your Condition.