Dr Andrew Daff sees patients of all ages with sporting, recreational and domestic injuries. He assists people to optimise their health and well-being through exercise. Andrew appreciates the relationship between body and mind, maximising nonoperative management in the context of treating the whole person.
Andrew represented Victoria in amateur football and schoolboys cricket. He graduated with honours from Monash University in 1986 and became a fellow of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians in 1994. Andrew was Melbourne Football Club Senior Medical Officer for 21 years and on the medical staff at Richmond Football Club for 9 years.
Andrew is Melbourne Medical Officer for Tennis Australia, working at 9 Australian Opens. He has been medical consultant to Cirque du Soleil and was Deputy Director of the Athletes Village Polyclinic at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. He is also a Clinical Supervisor at the Australian College of Sports Physicians.
Andrew enjoys running, gym, hiking and playing tennis and golf.