Danielle graduated magna cum laude from Northeastern University in 2007 with her doctorate in Physical Therapy. She was first introduced to myofascial release during a clinical internship working with an expert level John Barnes therapist through Vanderbilt Center for Integrated Health at Vanderbilt Medical Center. After three months working side by side with her mentor, Danielle knew this was how she wanted to practice and engage her clients in their healing.

At this time, Danielle has completed John Barnes MFR 1, MFR 2, MFR 3, Unwinding, Advanded Unwinding, Fascial Pelvis, Rebounding, Cervical Thoracic and the week-long Skill Enhancement Seminar. Danielle is also a certified Graston practitioner and utilizes massage cupping when appropriate to compliment MFR treatments. She is also proficient in gait and running analysis.

Danielle’s passion is to always continue to grow as a therapist utilizing MFR as the innovative, comprehensive and whole body approach to evaluate and treat dysfunction and pain.

Outside of work, Danielle enjoys traveling, hiking, baking, running, pilates, reading and spending time with her husband.