Daniel was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky where he eventually received
his doctorate from the University of Kentucky in 2013. He spent the first
5 years of his career in Nashville, TN, specializing in orthopedics until
he made the move to Denver, CO in 2019.
Daniel enjoys treating a wide variety of orthopedic conditions, and enjoys
the challenge and variety of patients he encounters on a daily basis.
He has a strong background in patient care– his mother and father
and brother all serve as Doctors of Physical Therapy.
Daniel obtained his Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) certification
in 2016 through IAMT, a Board Certification in Orthopedics (OCS) in 2017
through the APTA, and his Level I and Level II Dry Needling Certifications
in 2018. He enjoys educating and mentoring students, is a Credentialed
Clinical Instructor via the APTA, and has been published in the PT Journal
of Orthopedic Sports Medicine for research regarding shoulder impingement.
Traveling and culture are a passion of Daniel’s and he has visited
30 countries in his lifetime. His goal is to visit all 7 continents (only
Australia and Antarctica to go!) He loves cooking, hiking, climbing, skiing
and snowboarding, basketball, throwing Frisbee, and spending quality time
with his family and friends.