Daniel Frey, DPT, CSCS
Dan received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of New England in 2008. Prior to attending UNE, he completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology with minors in Strength and Conditioning and Biology at the University of Delaware. While at UD, Dan competed at the Division I level in cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track and was the captain of each team during his final year of schooling.
Dan has worked with a variety of patients, including recreational and professional athletes. As an avid runner, he specializes in gait analysis and running biomechanics. He has particular interest in assessing, rehabilitating, and training inefficient and injury prone runners. He also enjoys treating overuse injuries of the lower extremity and post operative knees.
Dan resides in Portland with his wife, son, and two furry trail companions. When not at home with his family, you can usually find him running on the trails. In addition to running, he enjoys mountain biking, skiing, climbing, and hiking.
Continuing Education Units :
|Graston Technique M1, Michael Arnolt, Jacqueline Shakar||2012|
|Cross Fit Running Trainer Course, The Pose Method: Dr. Nicholas Romanov||2011|
|Mulligan Concept, Lower Quadrant Course: Amy Bennett||2011|
|National Strength and Conditioning Association: Maine State Clinic, Exercise and Sport Performance: Martin Rooney, Eric Cressey||2011|
|Examination and Treatment of Running Injuries: Bryan Heiderscheit||2011|
|The Knee and Shoulder Today, A Symposium: North East Seminars: Eric Berksom, MD, Thomas Gill, MD||2010|
|The Running Course, The Next Step: North American Seminars||2010|
|Functional Rehabilitation of the Shoulder: Sandy Burkart||2009|
|Deep Tissue Massage: Cross Country Education||2009|
|The First Link in the Chain, The Pelvic Girdle: APRN||2009|
|Mulligan Concept, Introductory Course: MWM, NAGS, SNAGS, and More: Julie Paolino||2009|
|Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle: Cross Country Education||2008|
|When the Feet Hit the Ground… Everything Changes: APRN||2008|