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After earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy with honors from New York University, Dan’s career in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation quickly took off. It didn’t take long for him to be snatched up by the corporate world. Dan became a “wellness concierge” for a respected hedge fund in NYC. It was as a wellness concierge – which works as a health guide/physical therapist/strength and conditioning coach – that Dan realized he wanted to bring his treatment philosophy to the world. That’s when he developed the Bespoke Treatments Physical Therapy model. Daniel has had the opportunity to work with and consult on rehabilitation and strength & conditioning programs for many CEOs; Broadway performers; and professional, NCAA, and Olympic athletes. He specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation, manual therapy, pain management, Graston technique, fascial movement taping (RockTape) and Kinesio taping. Education: Doctor of Physical Therapy – New York University Bachelors of Art – Wagner College Certifications: Licensed Physical Therapist in New York, Washington, Oregon, and California Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), NSCA Fascial Movement Taping - Certified RockTape Doc Graston Technique Provider Basic Life Support - First Aid/ CPR/ AED Certified Pilates Mat Instructor Member of Medical Team: 2016 USA Track & Field Olympic Trials 2016 IAAF Track and Field World Indoor Championships 2016 USA Track & Field Indoor National Championships 2016 North East CrossFit Regional Finals 2015 USA Track & Field Outdoor National Championships 2015 North East CrossFit Regional Finals 2015 NYRR Millrose Games - University of Oregon Track and Field Team 2015 Nike+ Run Club Global Coaches Summit on the topic of "Prevention and Rehabilitation of top running injuries" Guest Speaker 2014 IAAF Track and Field World Junior Championships 2012 USA Track & Field Olympic Trials 2011 USA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships 2011 Quick Silver Pro Surfing Championships
Dr. Blake Dircksen received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from New York University. While working towards his doctorate, Blake served as a medical consult and administrator for Team Prep USA, a high altitude running camp, and a fitness professional at the New York Athletic Club. Prior to coming to New York, Blake studied at Indiana University and competed for the Hoosier's Cross Country and Track and Field teams. Blake's biopsychosocial approach coordinates all elements of a patient's injury, gets to the root cause of pain and dysfunction, and empowers patients to attain their goals with confidence and competence. Further clinical interests include population and preventative health, running performance, and health technology. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys rock climbing, running, hiking, and making the perfect cup of coffee. Education Doctor of Physical Therapy - New York University Bachelors of Science - Indiana University Certifications Licensed Physical Therapist in New York Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist - NSCA Functional Range Conditioning Fascial Movement Taping - RockTape Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization - IASTM Technique Basic Life Support - American Heart Association Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support - American Heart Association Achievements Team Prep USA High Altitude Performance Lab Administrator & Medical Staff New Balance Indoor Track & Field Nationals Medical Staff Running Performance coach New York Athletic Club Competitive Runner
Cameron received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from New York University. While working towards his doctorate, Cameron was also involved in research at Lehman College’s Human Performance Lab, where he studied optimal resistance training dosage for strength and hypertrophy responses. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Cameron was a strength and conditioning coach at UC San Diego, where he trained and coached athletes to win at both the state and national levels of competition. Cameron’s approach to treatment reflects his view that injury rehabilitation and athletic training lie on a continuum, and are governed by shared principles. He believes that the role of the therapist is to identify where the client is on this continuum, then guide them towards their goals through the best one on one care possible. His evaluations and treatments always follow an individualized and graded approach, and may include hands on care, resistance training, and motor re-training depending on the needs and goals of the client. Education: New York University – Doctor of Physical Therapy University of California, San Diego – Bachelor of Arts Research: Lehman College Human Performance Laboratory Certifications: Licensed Physical Therapist in New York Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach – NSCA Strong First Kettlebell Instructor – SFG Functional Movement Screen – FMS Fascial Movement Taping- Rocktape Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization – IASTM Technique Basic Life Support – American Heart Association Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support – American Heart Association Achievements: New York Rangers VO2 Max Testing Featured in Human Kinetics textbook: Kettlebell Training Writer for the National Strength and Conditioning Association Competitive Powerlifter