Daniel Vapne is a physical therapist that has brought a wealth of diverse experience as the new clinic director of the Emory Point clinic. He recently completed his Orthopedic Residency in 2021. In 2016, he did a sabbatical in Israel to work with professional athletes before the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic games. This allowed him to strengthen his sports medicine background from Kennesaw State University where he worked closely with the sports medicine staff during his undergraduate years. Daniel is a LSVT BIG specialist who has helped many patients afflicted with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). In 2018, Daniel worked with St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson, New York assisting children with upper extremity neurological impairments in a constraint induced movement therapy camp (CIMT). He has a passion for helping his patients meet their goals and transforming their pain into power. He earned his Doctorate from Touro College in New York and graduated as the top researcher and clinician in his class. When he is not working, he loves being active by playing basketball, running, crossfitting, attending Atlanta Hawks and Falcons games, or going on hikes with his family.