With over 18 years of experience in outpatient orthopedics and a specialty certification in upper extremity treatment from the American Society of Hand Therapists, Daniel’s patient base is diverse. Treating the more sedentary as well as the Olympian, his skills include diagnosis and management of patients with chronic aggravations, sports related injuries and spinal dysfunctions.
Following a BA in Psychology with honors from Boston College in 1994, Daniel earned his Masters of Science degree in Physical therapy at Washington University in St. Louis in 1998. Upon graduating he received the Beatrice Schultz award given annually to the graduate with the highest clinical performance.
Daniel has advanced training in manual medicine from Michigan State’s School of Osteopathic Medicine. Continuing his involvement in professional education, he is a clinical instructor to doctoral candidates in PT and has taught physics and mathematics to pre-professional students across the country.
Daniel is a member of both the American Physical Therapy Association and Mensa. He can also be found on Everydayhealth.com as a blogging health contributor.