In her clinical practice, Danielle focuses on identification and retraining of uncontrolled movement. She began studying with Kinetic Control in 2004. She feels it revolutionized all aspect of her clinical practice. She states, “Kinetic Control gave me the clinical reasoning tools to work through even the most complex patients. Using the Kinetic Control process I can quickly identify the uncontrolled movement(s), address pain, and implement a management plan that effectively alleviates the impairment. My patients love it; they are often surprised that their home exercise program is so concise.”
In 2007 she co-founded CORE Strategies Physical Therapy, a private practice specializing in movement retraining of primarily orthopaedic injuries. The CORE Strategies founders believe that the diagnosis and concise retraining of movement dysfunctions is the key to patient success. CORE Strategies Physical Therapy is a successful private practice that gets results.
Danielle graduated from the University of Kansas in 1999. She’s worked in a variety of outpatient orthopaedic settings with patient populations of varying fitness levels. This includes individuals with debilitating chronic pain syndromes, collegiate athletes, and everything in between. Danielle’s specific areas of clinical interest include the treatment of temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD), headaches, chronic recurrent back pain and workplace ergonomics. Danielle has also trained in the Performance Stability system and uses the Performance Matrix to design injury prevention programs for various athletic populations.
In 2011, Danielle joined our team of Kinetic Control Accredited Tutors to deliver courses in the United States of America.