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Danny Dinh - Physical Therapist NDG

About Danny

Danny obtained his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from McGill University in 2020. During his studies, he dedicated much of his time to the betterment of his fellow rehab students by serving as the president of the Physical and Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Society. He also volunteered in treating athletes with the McGill Mens’ Rugby team.

Danny endeavors to bring the highest-quality treatment methods to help his patients. He combines his knowledge of manual therapy, strength & conditioning, and the McKenzie Method to obtain the best and quickest results for his patients. 

When outside the clinic, Danny spends his free time powerlifting, practicing martial arts (Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Wing Chun Kung Fu), and playing video games.


Treatment Philosophy

Danny’s treatment philosophy is guided by 2 core principles:

  • To optimize his patients’ time frame of recovery.

  • To empower his patients to be as independent in their rehab as possible.

Here is what you can expect from your first visit with Danny: emphatic listening to truly understand your story, an in-depth examination of your joints’ biomechanics, and a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to help you achieve your goals.

To become the best physical therapist for you, Danny has taken over 120 hours of recognized continuing education hours in the last year with some of the most renowned medical learning institutes in the world such as the McKenzie Institute, the Integrated Musculoskeletal care, The Running Clinic, and the Better Clinician Project.

He has treated all sorts of clientele from varsity Basketball players, Olympic-level athletes and other healthcare professionals such as orthopedic surgeons, fellow physical therapists, osteopaths, and nurses.


Continuing education

  • The Better Clinician Project - Lower Quadrant Certification

  • The Running Clinic - New Advances in the Prevention of Running Injuries

  • McKenzie Institute - Parts A-D

  • Integrated Pelvic Health - Active Screening of the Male Pelvis

  • Integrated Musculoskeletal Care - Outcomes-Accountable Clinician

  • Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute - Pain Truth Certification


Field of practice

  • Back problems: Disk hernias / Sciatic pain / Lumbar Sprain / Postural Syndrome / Lumbar, thoracic and cervical Dysfunctions and derangements / spinal stenosis / lumbago / cervicalgia

  • Strength & conditioning / Weight loss

  • Prevention / acute problems / chronic problems

  • Arthrose à la colonne ou aux extrémités (genoux, hanches, etc.)

  • Bursitis / Tendinitis / Tendinopathies (De Quervain’s, shoulder, knee, elbow, foot, wrist)

  • Capsulitis (frozen shoulder)

  • Epicondylitis (Tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow)

  • Recurring headaches

  • Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD)

  • Temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ, i.e., jaw pain/blocage)

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome / cubital tunnel syndrome / other peripheral nerve entrapment problems

  • Pain after prolonged posture, repetitive movements or physical activity

  • Sprained ankle, knee, foot, wrist, elbow, shoulder…

  • Numbness, pins & needle, tingling and/or burning in the upper or lower extremities

  • Foot pain: plantar fasciitis, ankle or foot dysfunction or derangement

  • Muscular pain (strain, tension, pulled muscles, etc.)

  • Runner’s knee / patellofemoral syndrome / IT Band syndrome / chondromalacia patellae

  • Shin splints

  • Run and gait pattern analysis

  • Rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery or fracture (pain, mobility, strength)

  • Barbell sports injuries

  • Assessment and treatment of balance conditions in the elderly population

  • Walking aid rehabilitation

  • Vestibular rehabilitation



  • No children under 8

  • No pelvic rehabilitation