Daniel feels privileged to be a physical therapist. People of all ages and walks of life trust him to guide them down the sometimes long and difficult road to recovery and restored function. Physical therapy is unique in healthcare in that it requires regular one-on-one time with patients. Daniel finds that this time allows him to build strong relationships that make it very satisfying to see his patients reach their personal goals!
Daniel earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree along with his Bachelors of Science in Rehabilitation from Georgia Southern University (formerly named Armstrong State University). He has clinical experience in acute orthopedics, in-patient rehabilitation, and outpatient orthopedics. He has advanced training treating patients with Parkinson’s disease and continues to pursue additional areas of expertise as he is a strong believer in lifelong learning.
Daniel is an Army veteran. Before pursuing his life-long passion of becoming a physical therapist, he served as a special operations Army Ranger as an infantryman and deployed several times in the defense of our country. He grew up in the state of Maine and loves the outdoors.