Balance & Neuro PT has been in operation since 2004. We pride ourselves in our philosophy of using one therapist per patient for one hour. We believe that individualized therapy with the same therapist is of great benefit for the healing of our patients. We treat patients with postural imbalances that lead to pain and or balance disorders; we treat patients with neurological deficits; and patients with balance disorders. We are in-network with most insurances and will verify that your insurance covers physical therapy.
Your therapist's skills come from an investment and willingness to be their best both personally and professionally. They will help you remove the myofascial restrictions and explore the barriers to becoming healthy.
Danielle grew up in Minnesota,riding horses and volunteering through 4H and therapeutic ridingprograms. She graduated suma cum laude from Hamline University with herundergraduate degree in Psychology & Kinesiology. Following her passion forhelping people and fascination with the human body, she received her Doctor ofPhysical Therapy (DPT) degree from St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN in2014. After graduation, she followed her love for warm weather (and herhusband) to Austin, Texas to begin her career as a physical therapist. She fellin love with Texas while working in a skilled nursing facility, and then forHutto Independent School District. She also enjoyed volunteering for ahippotherapy program at Ride on Center for Kids, where she combined her lovefor horses and people.
She moved to Houston in 2017and is very grateful to have found Balance and Neuro Physical Therapy. Sheloves that longer treatment sessions allow her time to listen to and get toknow her clients. She has additional training in John F Barnes method of myofascialrelease, and is passionate about continuing to learn new treatment techniques.“I believe in treating the whole person and empowering clients to treatthemselves.” In her spare time, she enjoys being out in nature, walking herdog, and exploring Houston with her husband, Patrick.