Daniel enjoys working with patients of all backgrounds and ages, ranging from patients with goals of returning to their daily activities to athletes who would like to return to their respective sport. Daniel has a particular interest in the upper extremity, especially involving the hands and is working towards obtaining his certification in hand therapy. Daniel graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He went on to the University of Delaware, where he received his Master of Science in Anatomy & Clinical Health Science, as well as his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Daniel believes in utilizing evidence-based practice, with an emphasis in hands-on engagement and active treatments, to help achieve patient goals. In addition, he believes in spending time to appropriately educate patients which translates to improved patient participation therefore improved outcomes. Outside of the clinic, Daniel enjoys staying active, working out, hiking, and spending time with his family.