- B.S. Exercise Science, U.C. Davis
- M.P.T. Physical Therapy, Western University of Health Sciences
Danny spent much of his youth playing basketball and baseball, which led him to an interest in the human body and how it performs during movement. While attending UC Davis (go Aggies!), he shadowed an orthopedic surgeon and did an internship in a physical therapy clinic. There, he experienced how meaningful and gratifying it was to help people recover from various injuries and guide them back to their physical goals. After graduating from UC Davis, he pursued a Master's degree in Physical Therapy where he met his wife, Tania Bajada. After working in orthopedics for a couple of years, he completed a yearlong fellowship program specializing in orthopedic manual therapy allowing him to become a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. This allowed him to become a part of a very elite group of clinicians specialized in treating complex orthopedic conditions. He is also certified in Graston Technique and Myofascial Decompression (Cup Therapy). Danny's professional interests include manual therapy, sports medicine, orthopedics and exercise progression. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, mountain biking, coaching youth basketball and baseball, traveling, and spending time with Tania and their two boys.