“The Active Approach is about understanding the importance of prehabilitation, not only rehabilitation. This enables us to stay healthy and avoid injury.”
Daniel Mollins received his bachelor of Kinesiology degree at the University of New Brunswick, where he focused on biomechanics and rehabilitation & strengthening for high performance athletes. Following his undergraduate degree, Daniel then pursued his Masters Degree in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University.
Throughout his studies, Daniel has expanded his interest in manual therapy, soft tissue release and Biomedical Dry Needling. To help his patients reach their goals, Daniel is dedicated to continually learning to help progress his skill set and patient care. In his approach, Daniel offers manual therapy/dry needling focused treatment plans coupled with individualized rehabilitation and preventative exercise programs.
On top of helping his clients with orthopaedic injuries, Daniel has also expanded his education to help treat concussion patients. Daniel has taken several concussion courses ranging from acute concussion care, to helping a patient navigate the waters of post-concussion syndromes.
Daniel enjoys living an active lifestyle through running, weight training, and indoor cycling. When Daniel is not in the clinic, you can find him instructing a class at Move East Halifax or at local parks chasing after his golden doodle, Elliot, and his golden retriever, Scottie.