Danny Patterson

Physical Therapist, DPT

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy

Danny is a licensed physical therapist working in our Grand Rapids Northwest office. He received his Bachelor of Science from Saginaw Valley State University in Exercise Science and Physiology and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Grand Valley State University in 2011. Past experiences include outpatient orthopedic with a specialized focus on spinal therapy and chronic pain rehabilitation.

Danny utilizes manual therapy, muscle energy techniques, functional therapeutic exercises, and individualized and comprehensive home exercise routines to help his patient’s maximize their current functional status. He has a passion for preventative therapy and educating patients through comprehensive home programs to improve bodily function as well as reduce stress and strain through the body. Danny is a preferred provider of soft tissue mobilization through the Graston Technique and actively participates in professional development courses in orthopedic and sport rehabilitation.

Danny enjoys participating in the Grand Rapids men’s baseball league, golfing, running, and spending time with his wife and two children.

Education

Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Grand Valley State University 2011

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Physiology

Saginaw Valley State University

Certifications

Graston Technique

Preferred Provider

Specialties

Chronic Pain

Dry Needling

Golf Fitness Program

Graston Technique

Headache Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD)

Industrial Medicine

Overhead Athlete

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Locations

Northwest GR

721 Three Mile Road NW, Suite 100
Grand Rapids, MI 49544

P: 616-608-8933
F: 616-608-8934

I actually enjoyed PT at HJPT. I have been to 4 different PT practices in the past but HJPT is my favorite. It feels more personal here and everyone is friendly. It’s like one big happy family which makes it easy to feel welcome. I will recommend your company to everyone.

Sandy

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