Daniel is an ABC-certified prosthetist and upper extremity specialist for Hanger Clinic. Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, he provides upper extremity support for Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky.
As a pediatric and upper extremity clinician with more than 10 years of experience in the field, Daniel provides prosthetic care to children and adults with upper extremity limb differences. He has extensive experience fitting all types of upper extremity prosthetics, including multiarticulating hands, pattern recognition control, sport or activity specific prosthetics, and all levels of amputation from shoulder disarticulations to partial fingers.
Daniel also has experience as a patient, as he was born without his left hand. As a child, he received care from the Shriners Hospitals and understands the unique needs of the pediatric population. He enjoys developing creative solutions for children and helping them realize their true potential. Daniel is also committed to educating and guiding parents through these experiences and what to expect as their child adapts.
Outside of work, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife, Charlotte, and their two dogs. He is also an avid rock climber and is active in the adaptive climbing community.
- West Virginia University, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, 2010
- University of Pittsburgh, Masters in Prosthetics and Orthotics, 2012