Health Pioneer, Family man, International Presenter, and Chiropractor
Dr. Daniel Dahdah is a believer and loves empowering people using self-help strategies. Persistence, creativity, and well-directed effort are necessary ingredients when pioneering a new healthcare model. Habit Driven Health taps into the body’s wisdom at self-regulation and uses everyday habits along with a daily recording of symptoms to observe outcomes. If healthcare can be more simplified and results monitored, then a model of healthcare becomes more attractive.
He is guided by Da Vinci’s quote: ‘Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’ and Newton’s law of Cause and Effect, to drive a healthcare approach that is transformative.
He is the director of St Jude’s Clinic – Hope for the helpless, St Ives, Sydney.
He has created an online course for hip health (affecting more than 90 million people worldwide) and is completing his book on Unexplained Illnesses with a focus on CFS/ME.
He looks at the links between habits and other conditions and presents his results in the Case Studies sections of the website.
He has qualifications in Science, Chiropractic, Pain Medicine, Scoliosis.
Habit Driven Health is based at the practical level of teaching people how to help themselves.
He uses Horizontal Healing and Vertical Vigilance techniques and has gone on to pioneer a habit-based model of care for scoliosis therapy as seen in the gallery.
He has developed exacting x-ray measuring protocols, completed studies in videofluoroscopy, and was accepted as a Ph.D. applicant (deferred) for his research into ME/CFS.
Dr. Daniel is a member of Chiropractic Australia and has worked in both private and hospital settings.
He is married to Gabrielle (25 years) and a father who enjoys ‘losing’ at chess, backgammon, pool, and card-games to their children.