Dan Guillemette works as a specialist cycling physiotherapist at CHHP and, is the current Team Physiotherapist at Australian registered professional cycling team Mitchelton-SCOTT. Within his roles, Dan is responsible for overseeing injury prevention, the management and rehabilitation of injuries and the maintenance of musculoskeletal health. Prior to joining the team in 2018, Dan was Lead Physiotherapist at Team Sky for 6 years.
Originating from Guernsey, Dan attained his BSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Bradford in 2004. After some time working within the NHS he returned to Guernsey to work in Private Practice, where he specialised in sports orthopaedic medicine with an interest in lower limb pathologies. In 2011 Dan gained his MSc in Sports Physiotherapy from the University of Bath and subsequently joined Team Sky, becoming Lead Physiotherapist in 2012.
As a key member of the performance team he has contributed to multiple victories including the Tour de France and La Vuelta Espana. Dan acted as physiotherapist to the GB men’s and women’s road cycling teams and supported them to success at the 2012 London Olympics. Dan has travelled to several World Championships as part of the GB road team and attended a number of Commonwealth and International Island Games both as a competitor and part of the medical team.
Dan’s clinical passion lies in cycling kinetics and kinematics, and the clinical relevance of conventional theories in optimising bike position. As an integral member of the Performance Team Dan applies his knowledge of the musculoskeletal profile of the elite professional athletes to support the coaches in achieving optimal performance in combination with monitoring the health and well-being of the riders.
Dan is able to utilise his expertise in supporting all levels of cyclists to optimise their abilities and achieve improved performance competitor and part of the medical team.
In addition to lecturing internationally on cycling related topics, Dan remains a part-time Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath on the MSc Sports Physiotherapy programme.
When he’s not in clinic and not on his bike, Dan can be found somewhere in the waves pursuing his passion for surfing.
For more info on Dan or to book an appointment with Dan please contact the Front of House team at CHHP on 020 7637 7677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org