Dani obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from New York University. While at NYU, she was introduced to the Institute of Physical Art (IPA) and their Functional Manual Therapy (FMT) approach. She was inspired to approach the whole body as an integrated system and influence the system through manual touch and manipulation to restore efficient function and eliminate pain. During her last year in the DPT program, Dani took courses through the IPA, which began preparing her for the rigorous certification process in Functional Manual Therapy (CFMT). After practicing in New York for a year, Dani moved to California and completed a 1-year residency, through the IPA to further her manual therapy skills. As she moved on from residency, she decided to venture into the world of pelvic floor taking Herman and Wallace Pelvic Health courses. She finds the scaffolding of FMT allowed for ease of integration with other system approaches that she took continuing education from ie. the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Spinal Manipulation Institute, and Herman and Wallace Institute. Dani is excited to be returning to New York and is incredibly fortunate to be working with such high caliber and expert clinicians here at IPA Manhattan. At NYU, I was lucky enough to have an extensive course on pelvic floor health, assessment of pelvic floor dysfunction, and treatment. Today, I have the pleasure of treating a wide variety of pelvic conditions including but not limited to chronic pelvic pain, pudendal neuralgia, incontinence, prostatitis, hernias, sexual dysfunction, dyspareunia, diastases recti and prolapse.
Graduated from New York University
Will be completing her CFMT in 2020