Daniel Muise holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics with a minor in Health Sciences from St. Francis Xavier University and a Master of Science in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University, graduating in 2017.
Daniel enjoys a variety of sports and worked as a student therapist for the St. FX football team, the Citadel High School football team, and Hockey PEI. During his time at St. FX, Daniel undertook research and published findings on head impacts in Canadian Interuniversity Sport football.
Daniel’s clinical experience has led to special interests in both manual therapy and the treatment of concussions. Daniel spent six weeks undertaking clinical education in London, Ontario, where the focus was on treatment of Traumatic Brain Injuries and Post Concussion Syndrome. He is currently furthering his education in manual therapy through the Canadian Orthopaedic Division post-graduate training program. Daniel completed his Intermediate Certification in 2021 as well as his certification in Dry Needling from Acupuncture Canada.
Daniel believes that a positive therapeutic relationship in combination with evidence-based treatment and patient education yields the best results in recovery and prevention of injuries and movement dysfunctions.
Daniel has previously served on the Board of Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association, and is a current member of the executive for the Nova Scotia Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. In his spare time Daniel enjoys spending time with his family in Prince Edward Island, golfing, and fly-fishing. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Nova Scotia Salmon Association.