Darcy graduated as a Physiotherapist with distinction and academic excellence awards from Griffith University, having previously completed an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science. He has extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, and exercise programming and prescription informed by current evidence-based strength and conditioning principles.

As a recipient of Griffith University’s Health Dean Research Scholarship, Darcy has research experience under the Musculoskeletal Health & Persistent Pain Research Lab and strives to assist those with chronic pain. His clinical experience includes orthopaedic, cardio-respiratory, out-patient musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation.

Darcy is highly motivated to help each individual patient meet their rehabilitation and performance goals through evidence-informed treatment.