Jon Davis (Physio)

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Original short description: "Australian physical therapist"

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Jon Davis (Jonathon James Davis) is an Australian physiotherapist (physical therapist).[1] Jon Davis was born on December 21, 1979 in South Australia.

Davis is married with three boys.

Previously Davis was an Australian Representative Physiotherapist for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow,[2] and the lead physiotherapist for the Australian team at the 2014 Winter Paralympics in Sochi.[3][4]

Jon Davis worked at the Australian Institute of Sport based in Canberra Australia from 2011- 2014.[5][6]

He currently is the principal of his physio clinic in East Maitland, called the PhysioStudio.[7]