Chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults in the United States seek medical care.  And despite an advanced medical system, one in five Americans will continue to live with chronic pain1.

Pain interrupts life. Activities can be interrupted, quality of time spent with family and loved ones can be interrupted, and left unchecked, we eventually begin to identify with the limitations of chronic pain as though it were normal. 

Unfortunately, why each of us experiences chronic pain is not so straight forward, as evidenced by how common it actually is. 

Dan also has experienced chronic pain himself, and through that experience has come to understand that patience and precision are the most important tools he has as a manual therapist whose passion it is to build a more pain-free world, once client at a time. 

Using a broad array of tools and training, from Neural Reset Therapy to Visceral Manipulation, Dan’s approach is specifically catered to the unique needs of each client.

The work is gentle, yet deep and profoundly effective. 

If you have accepted pain as a normal part of your life, please know it doesn’t have to be this way. 


  1. Dahlhamer J, Lucas J, Zelaya C, Nahin R, Mackey S, DeBar L, Kerns R, Von Korff M, Porter L, Helmick C. Prevalence of chronic pain and high impact chronic pain among adults – United States, 2016. MMWR. September 14, 2018. [Epub ahead of print.]