Danny Singles, DPT

Danny is a native Delawarean who graduated high school from Tower Hill School in Wilmington, DE. While at Tower Hill, he enjoyed a strong running career in Cross Country and Track and Field, including contributing to several team state championships and winning a gold medal as part of the 4x800 M relay team during his senior year. He remains an avid runner, having run in many events over the last few years such as the Triple Crown, Broad St. Run, and Caesar Rodney Half Marathon.

Danny attended the University of Delaware as part of the Honors Program, and graduated in 2003 with his B.A. in English. From there, he worked for several years in retail management at local sports and technical footwear stores. He also spent this time working as a teacher at James H. Groves Adult High School as well as completing a Master’s degree from Villanova University in 2009.

He began attending University of Delaware’s Physical Therapy Program in 2009, where he was honored to serve as class Vice-President as well as student officer in charge of the UD Multiple Sclerosis Clinic. Clinical experiences at school included time spent working on the Trauma Service at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA, outpatient sports and orthopedics in Elizabethton, TN (home of the Elizabethton Cyclones), inpatient rehab in Santa Fe, NM, and 6 weeks in Peoria, AZ working as a PT with the Seattle Mariners baseball organization.

Danny is excited to be working alongside his longtime friends and mentors, Rudy, Hash, and Mike as part of the Elite PT team. His clinical interests include injury prevention, working with sports (running, baseball, basketball) and orthopedic injuries, and working with the pediatric patient population.