Daniel Frey, DPT, CSCS

Daniel Frey, DPT, CSCS

Daniel Frey, PT, DPT, CMP, CSCS, is a licensed physical therapist with a clinical doctoral degree in physical therapy, and a certified strength and conditioning specialist. His clinical interests include assessing, rehabilitating, and training inefficient and injury-prone runners in addition to aiding recovery of overuse injuries of the lower extremity and post-operative knees. He has been with OA since 2008 and manages our Portland location.

“It’s not easy being sidelined by an injury. I know as I have been there before. With that said, time away from an activity makes you appreciate it even more and allows you time to improve your weaknesses and come back even stronger. It is my passion to help someone achieve their goals through rehab and even more rewarding when they return to their sport.”

Licenses & Certifications

  • Licensed physical therapist
  • Certified strength and conditioning specialist
  • Certified Mulligan practitioner
  • Certified Level 1 POSE exercise technique specialist

Education & Training

  • University of Delaware, BSc, Exercise Physiology, Minor in Biology and Strength and Conditioning, Newark, DE
  • University of New England, DPT, Biddeford, ME


  • Author of the book The Runner’s Guide to a Healthy Core
  • Lectures at the local and state level on various running topics
  • Competed at Division I level in cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track and was the captain of each team during his final year of schooling.
  • Contributor to Runner’s World magazine
  • Continuing Education Units
  • Applied Techniques of Manual Therapy and Comprehensive Treatment of the Shoulder: Great Lakes Seminars, 2017
  • Method Metabolic Certification, 2017
  • USA Track and Field – Level 1 Coaching Certification, 2016
  • Polar Bear Sports Medicine Conference, 2016
  • University of Florida Running Medicine Conference, 2016
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