Dani Saad earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Goucher College. Dani’s educational background includes advanced manual therapy courses focusing on the spine. Additionally, she conducted research studying pressure injuries in individuals with spinal cord injuries. Dani’s experience includes providing care for patients with various orthopedic and neurological injuries.
Dani seeks to empower her patients, and target inequalities in healthcare, by improving equal access and inclusivity to all populations. She strongly believes in evidence-based practice through an empathetic, collaborative, and competent lens in order to provide a judge-free and safe environment for patients to heal. Dani is particularly passionate about treating pelvic health conditions, such as pelvic pain, gender confirmation surgery rehab, peripartum, pain with sexual function, and bladder and bowel dysfunction. Her interest in this field began after learning about the importance around pelvic health, and she hopes to increase awareness of its many benefits.
Outside of the clinic, Dani spends her time cooking, walking her dog, hiking, and learning to garden.