Having grown up participating in a number of sports, Danielle is no stranger to injury management. After undergoing multiple knee surgeries as a result of national level competitive wakeboarding, she decided to dedicate her career to helping others move better. Her focus now is on helping her clients get to the root of their injury and not just treating symptoms. Using innovative assessment techniques, she integrates muscle testing, manual therapy, acupuncture and therapeutic exercise to not only improve physical movement, but to reprogram the brain's communication with the musculoskeletal system.
Since graduating from UBC in 2014, she has taken continuing education in acupuncture, cranial work and continues to heavily study the neurological system through both NeuroKinetic Therapy and Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex. She doesn't specialize in one area of the body, she specializes in finding the link between old injuries and new ones and getting to the source of the problem.
When Danielle is not treating, she can be found doing CrossFit or yoga, snowboarding, wakeboarding, cycling, hiking, playing beach volleyball or travelling the globe.
Certifications and Qualifications
- NeuroKinetic Therapy (NKT) Level 3 certified
- Certified by Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Association (CAFCI)
- Certified Intermediate Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex Practitioner (P-DTR)
- Canadian Orthopaedic Division Level 1
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment - Level 1 (SFMA)
- Integrated Cranial