The Nomadic Physio

Expert in acute injury management, pain relief, restoring movement, improving strength and functional well being.

About me

Hi, I’m Donny!

My name is Donald Mackay and I’ve been practicing physiotherapy and exercise sciences for over 15 years in Australia, Japan, and now in Europe. My qualifications include a Bachelor in Applied Science – Human Movement Studies (BAppSc) from Queensland University of Technology, and a Masters in Physiotherapy (MPhty) from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. I specialize in improving health and wellness, reducing pain, recovery from injury, increasing mobility and injury prevention. I have a friendly, down-to-earth approach and am genuinely committed to the highest level of care for your long-term physical wellbeing.


How Can I Help?



  • Acute Injury Management

  • Manual therapy and mobilization techniques

  • Pre-/post-surgical management

  • Running gait kinematic video analysis

  • Clinical Pilates

  • Strength and conditioning training

  • Emergency first aid and recovery response

  • Ergonomic Assessments and adjustments



  • Rehabilitation/pre-habilitation and return to sport programming

  • ACL rehabilitation and return to sport testing

  • Shoulder rehabilitation and return to sport testing

  • Foot and ankle rehabilitation and return to sport testing

  • Spinal rehabilitation and return to sport testing

  • Groin rehabilitation and return to sport testing



  • Advice and education on your current condition and how to manage it

  • Biomechanical movement assessment

  • Structured rehabilitation plans

  • Strength and conditioning training

  • Running gait kinematic video analysis

  • Secure video consultations and communications

I am committed to providing world-class service in a range of areas. If there is not the treatment you require listed above, please contact me. 


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Tibial Plateau Fractures

Tibial plateau injuries are rather serious and complex, and can require a fair amount of time on the sidelines for the individual, depending on the extent or type of fracture (tibial plateau fractures are classified into 6 types). What is the Tibial Plateau? The...

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