Danielle is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a dual degree in Exercise and Sport Science and Psychology who then went on to earn a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Campbell University. As a Cary, NC native, Danielle graduated from Enloe High School and grew up playing soccer and basketball locally along with team handball in college. With her athletic background, she has a passion for working with pediatric and adult athletes to help them return to sport and assisting people in her local community in returning to the activities that they love. She enjoys treating a wide variety of patients while specializing in orthopedic and sport physical therapy across the lifespan. She is certified in dry needling and successfully completed the PT Solutions Mentorship Program. She is a published researcher in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise on Blood Flow Restriction and Body mass Index versus Body Composition and presented at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting on her research with TKA Rehabilitation.
Outside the clinic, Danielle enjoys coaching youth baseball with the Miracle League of the Triangle, spending time with her husband, Stephen, and sweet pup, Bogey, and cheering the UNC Tar Heels and Carolina Hurricanes to victory.