Dan Fisher • Physical Therapist
DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Dan is a native of Sandy, Utah, and has been a physical therapist for over 10 years. He attended the University of Utah for both his undergraduate and graduate education. In 2010 he completed a board certification in orthopedics, and in 2012 he completed a post-graduate fellowship in orthopedic manual therapy. As a physical therapist, Dan has participated in clinical research—enrolling and treating patients in studies aimed at treating neck and lower-back pain. He has also conducted and presented research on physical therapy outcomes amongst patients that self-refer for treatment. Since beginning his career as a physical therapist, Dan has managed the care of patients with work-related injuries, but for the past three years, Dan has spent the majority of his time working onsite with large employers to prevent and manage injuries in the workplace.
In his spare time, Dan enjoys mountain biking, skiing, backpacking, and spending time with his wife and three boys.