Daniel grew up in England and moved to the United States with his family when he was 13. Soon after beginning high school, Daniel earned a college scholarship to play football in Massachusetts for American International College (AIC). As a 4 year starter, Daniel helped lead the yellow jackets to three conference championship games, an NCAA playoff appearance, and finished out his collegiate career as a Capital One first team Academic All-American.
Daniel continued his academic education in the North East and earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from AIC in 2017. His passion for musculoskeletal anatomy and athletics drove him to pursue a career in Physical Therapy, a profession where he can apply the knowledge gained from years of high level sport with rehabilitative techniques. In addition to his athletic exposure, Daniel has had a great deal of experience with many diverse patient populations that include: spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, stroke, amputees, and complex multi-system disorders.
Daniels recreational interests include skiing, mountain biking, resistance training, underwater basket weaving, cup-stacking, drawing unicorns and high school coaching.