PhysioDC Physical Therapists
Daniel Baumstark MSPT, CHT
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. Continue reading.
Christopher K. Cousins, MPT
Christopher K. Cousins has practiced orthopedic and sports Physical Therapy in Washington DC since receiving his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Emory University in 1987. He received a B.A. in Sociology and Anthropology from Earlham College in 1984. Continue reading.
Kira Davis, MPT
Kira Davis has been practicing outpatient orthopedic physical therapy for over 11 years in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. She holds a Master in Physical Therapy degree from Howard University. She has experience with many sports injuries and strives to be one of the area’s elite physical therapists for the dance community. Continue reading.
Dana Logan PT, MSPT
Dana has a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. She has specialty certification in geriatric physical therapy, and she believes that people of all ages deserve the highest quality of care to promote full and active lives. Dana has experience treating injuries ranging from total joint replacements, overuse injuries, and surgical repairs, to chronic pain, balance disorders, high level neurological conditions, and TMJ (Temporomandibular joint disorder). Continue reading.
Greer Mackie, PT, DPT
Greer Mackie received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis and has been practicing outpatient orthopedics and sports physical therapy. Since the beginning of her career, she has also taken a special interest in concussion management and has been trained working with high school, college, and professional athletes, as well as the police and fire departments of Washington, D.C., after traumatic concussive injuries. Continue reading.
Ashley Speights O’Neill, PT, DPT, PES
Ashley received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Duke University and has extensive experience working with sports injuries of varying levels ranging from professional & collegiate athletes to pediatrics. She has special interests in injury prevention, chronic pain syndromes, and rehabilitation of the spine, shoulders, and knees. Continue reading.