Darren Stoop is a physical therapist who helps amputees achieve their highest level of function. He is a movement specialist with a focus on amputee rehabilitation. Darren strongly believes that experiencing limb loss is a life-changing experience that does not have to change how you live your life. He has made it his professional goal to reach as many amputees as possible to ensure that people are educated on how to maximize their recovery from an amputation.
He received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Creighton University. In addition to his clinical role at Hanger Clinic, he is an adjunct faculty member at Creighton University’s School of Pharmacy and Health Professions and teaches the Amputations and Prosthetics course in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Dr. Stoop is involved in teaching continuing education courses in the area of prosthetics and amputee rehab with the goal of helping physical therapists and other allied health professionals better serve and treat the amputee population.
Darren was born and raised in Wisconsin but now lives with his wife, daughter, and two dogs in a small town in Iowa. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports, weight training, woodworking, and anything that has to do with the Green Bay Packers.