Daniel E. Garcia, LMT, ART, SFMA, CES, CKTP, had a goal of providing a remarkably unique service centered on rapid treatment for sports injuries and musculoskeletal aches/pains and most importantly truly teaching clients about their condition and how to treat themselves to reduce their need for future care. Through palpation, manual therapy and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization; Daniel is able to problem solve, strategize, and use specific therapeutic protocols that rapidly resolve conditions with movement and results based, elite-level musculoskeletal care.
For the past 21 years Daniel has provided care in the DFW Metropolitan area; treating a variety of musculoskeletal disorders using various soft-tissue techniques. Daniel is a proficient Master ART Provider, Biomechanics Performance Care Certified, and Nerve Entrapment Certified, Complex Protocols & Active Palpation with SFMA Specialist. Daniel is also a part of Active Release Techniques Elite Provider Network(EPN), which qualifies him as one of the most elite ART providers in the DFW area. In addition, Daniel is also a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner as well as a Corrective Exercise Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Daniel has treated professional athletes Nationwide; such as PGA tour golfers, various collegiate and top-ranking high school athletes, and Body Building Champions. He is proficient in pre and post-surgical treatments along with chronic care patients using soft-tissue modalities to improve their function and mobility. Daniel was a part of Southern Methodist University’s Sports Medicine department for 12 years dealing with all musculoskeletal sports injuries and recovery associated with all teams. He also works with EXOS, a sports agency dealing with athletic development and recovery for the past 3 years. He currently is the Sports Therapist for the Dallas Stars Professional Hockey Team.
Daniel brings a wide variety of experience from working with professional athletes to elderly patients. He strives not to only fix injuries but to improve performance, activities of daily living and function.