Daniel graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph prior to completing his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University.
Growing up in Sault Ste. Marie, Daniel participated in a variety of sports, specifically playing hockey in a competitive setting. In addition to playing hockey, you can often find Daniel participating in a variety of other sports such as softball, golf, and ultimate frisbee. When he’s not playing sports, Daniel enjoys spending his free time socializing with friends, trying new restaurants, and finding new places to hike and explore.
Daniel discovered his passion and desire to be a physiotherapist as a result of his love for anatomy and for sport and injury. This was confirmed when he began to volunteer at a local physiotherapy clinic while a student at the University of Guelph. Here, he quickly realied how rewarding it was to work in a profession where he has the opportunity to help others with their return to activities, hobbies, and sports that have been affected by an ongoing injury.
Daniel looks forward to using exercise, education, and manual therapy in his treatment approach, and continues to seek additional education in order to ensure he can provide his patients with the best possible care.