Daniel Perry, PT, Dip. MDT
Daniel Perry MPT, Dip MDT is a Physical Therapist specializing in mechanical assessment and treatment of the spine and peripheral joints. His formative years were spent in Norway where he attended the Norwegian Gymnasium, and from there university. He studied mathematics and chemistry at the University of Oslo for two years prior to returning to the United States to complete his studies. Daniel received his BA from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN, with a major in chemistry in 1992. He completed and received his Master of Physical Therapy degree in 1997 from College of St. Catherine’s in Minneapolis, MN. After graduation Daniel worked in a small rural hospital where he was first exposed to the McKenzie Method ( Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment). From there he went to work in the Twin Cities at, what at the time was, the home of the international Mckenzie Diploma program. There he received his diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment in 2000. In 2001 he was hired privately by a Saudi family to perform 1:1 rehabilitation on family members who had suffered from stroke, and spent 10 weeks in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Once Daniel returned from Saudi Arabia, he went to work with Dr. Stephen A Grubb in Southwestern Virginia. Here he has dedicated the last 14 years of his career to spinal orthopedic rehabilitation with a mechanical diagnosis and treatment emphasis. Outside of work Daniel is a member of the McKenzie Institute and The North American Spine Society (NASS). Within NASS Daniel is involved with the Evidence Based Medicine Guidelines Committee, and given presentations at the national conference.