"Don't ask what the world needs, ask what makes you come alive and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive" -Howard ThurmanCertifications
Danielle studied Kinesiology at Point Loma Nazarene University and then achieved her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at San Diego State University. She has taken 3 Pelvic Health courses through the APTA and Herman and Wallace in order to be able to proficiently treat pelvic floor dysfunction. She enjoys working with female pelvic floor dysfunction in a functional and integrated way in order to help patients get back to whatever it is they enjoy doing, or whatever they are feeling currently limited in. In the past, she has worked about a year and a half with chronic pain and found a holistic approach to care to be of utmost importance.
Danielle is also a certified yoga teacher through CorePower Yoga in San Diego, CA and finds this to be a great way to introduce movement that feels safe for most humans. Lastly, she is enrolled in an international professional physical therapy mentorship program through First Principles of Movement to learn more about human movement principles and challenging the status quo of physical therapy worldwide.
Dr. Danielle asks: “What do you want to get back to doing in life? Are you feeling limited by your pain or physical dysfunction? I’d love to help you!!”
In her spare time, her hobbies & interests include running, hiking, kayaking, yoga, golf, being outdoors in any weather, spending time with friends and her husband, traveling, and of course spending time with her Irish Setter, Jenny.
Our unique team is made up of a variety of individuals who have diverse backgrounds, educational histories, and personal interests. The Good Life Community is a broad-spectrum of patients, partners, and employees.
Our company emphasizes customer service and quality care. All of our physical therapists have a doctorate of physical therapy and specialize in different treatments.About Good Life