Treating Clinic: Wheat Ridge
David grew up in Massachusetts, just outside of Boston. He attended the University of Connecticut where he studied Allied Health and met his wife, Kristie. He went to PT school at Simmons college in Boston. He was drawn to Denver by the mountains and the outdoor activities that are close by.
When David is not working he can be found somewhere in the mountains skiing, hiking, camping, fishing and much more. David, his wife Kristie and their dog Shady, love to travel and often take trips to the coast in the summer to see family and get their ocean/season food fix. David remains an avid Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and Red Sox Fan.
University of Connecticut
Bachelor of Science in Allied Health
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Functional Dry Needling Level I
Enhancing functional movement through central nervous system neuroplastic change
Clinic decision making to treat vertigo, dizziness, and balance disorders
American Physical Therapy Association
After suffering a back injury playing basketball in high school, David went to PT on and off for a year and a half and was drawn to the profession. David has specific interests in return to sport for high school athletes, post operative rehabilitation and all preventative therapy.
David has been exposed to a wide variety of physical therapy settings but his passion truly lies with outpatient orthopedics. He enjoys furthering his knowledge with continuing education courses focusing on manual therapy, sports medicine and orthopedics. David enjoys working with and teaching patients the tools they can use to maintain a healthy, pain free lifestyle doing the things they love. He uses a combination of manual therapy with exercise prescription in order to help patients meet their specific goals.
Movie: The Sandlot
TV Show: The Office
Book: Boys in the Boat
Sports Teams: Patriots (all Boston teams)
Vacation: Hawaii (Kauai)
Hobbies: Basketball, skiing, hiking, traveling
Superpower: Time travel