Occupation: Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Certified Athletic Therapist
About me: I grew up in Markham playing a wide variety of competitive sports including baseball, golf, hockey, and volleyball. Through playing these sports and suffering multiple injuries I learned to appreciate the importance of finding a good therapist who could keep me mobile, strong, and pain free. Because of this experience I have developed my practice around finding ways to keep my patients mobile, free of pain, active, and doing the sports and everyday activities they want to be doing. Outside of work I can often be found golfing, playing recreational baseball and hockey or spending time with my wife and son.
Special Interests: Daniel received his Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology in 2010 from Western University. Following his undergraduate degree Daniel completed his Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Athletic Therapy) degree from Sheridan College. Following this, he went on to peruse his interest in Osteopathy completing his Diploma as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. Daniel's treatment philosophy revolves around treating the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction to help any patient he works with achieve better mobility, flexibility, range of motion, and strength along with improving sport and athletic performance and decreasing pain. Daniel has spent his career working with a wide range of patients from general population and weekend warriors to elite athletes in a variety of sports including working with Team Canada Baseball, four Canadian university athletic programs, along with a long list of competitive golfers. Along with treating musculoskeletal dysfunctions Daniel also specializes in visceral manipulation and treating the cranial sacral system.