Dr. Dan Hartman has almost 2 decades of physical therapy experience. His experience has led him to treat a wide a variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, including automobile injuries, such as whiplash.

Having obtained his Orthopedic Certified Specialist degree, his diagnostic skill set is at the highest level. His breadth of experience combined with this advanced certification allows him to provide the best possible treatment outcomes.

His approach to getting patients out of pain quickly and achieve optimal performance include a variety of techniques. Along with core stabilization corrective exercises, he also preforms dry needling in Denver, utilizes spinal manipulation therapy, and a variety of hands on manual therapies. His goal is to the use the latest evidenced based therapies in spinal disorders, in particular, whiplash and other car accident related injuries.

Doctor of Physical Therapy
University of Colorado, Denver, Denver, CO

Doctor of Physical Therapy Magna Cum Lade
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

Orthopedic Certified Specialist
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists, Alexandria, VA

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Dr. Hartman has found that a combination of therapies is usually the best approach for car wreck victims. Besides dry needling and functional exercise, he also does cupping which he has found to help remove inflammation, improve circulation, and to help break up adhesions. It is the adhesions, also known as scar tissue that forms after an auto accident that can keep an injury in a chronic cycle. His utilization of cupping, as well as an instrument assisted soft tissue technique, such as Graston technique, helps break up scar tissue and thus restoring mobility to an area.

Denver Chiropractic, LLC feels lucky to have such a well experienced doctor of physical therapy on board. When Dr. Hartman is not fixing patients, you can find him cycling through the mountains, traveling the world, and spending time with his family.