Danielle’s love for physical therapy stemmed from being involved in sports her whole life, and needing physical therapy after sustaining an injury in high school. Continuing to stay active in different communities, she has seen how important it is to pay attention to body mechanics with all activities. The passion for getting involved in such a giving and exciting industry flourished from there and continues to grow.
Danielle has increased experience working with rock climbers, gymnasts, and soccer players, and has experience working with vestibular patients in the outpatient orthopedic setting as well as the Navy Hospital in San Diego. She found a passion with the neurological clientele working with increased Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease patients. She has been able to work with prosthetic patients following amputation, as well as pelvic floor physical therapy, for a variety of conditions.
In her spare time, Danielle loves to stay active with camping and hiking with her dog and family, practicing yoga, and weight lifting. Danielle loves to travel, eat and cook new food, and participate in high performance driving schools.