Dr. Danny Krueger’s educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in biology (physiology focus) from the University of Washington and a doctorate in physical therapy from Pacific University in Oregon in 2016. He has advanced training/certification in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, which he utilizes to diagnose and treat dysfunction in mobility, strength, and motor control. One of Danny’s favorite things about working in healthcare, is the wide variety of people he is able to interact with on a daily basis. He enjoys working as a team with his patients with a focus on empowering people to help themselves. His identical twin brother Chris is a chiropractor, which leads to great interdisciplinary discussion. Danny enjoys spending time outside in the beautiful PNW, exercising, playing sports and music, and spending time with his family and friends.
"I never thought I’d love PT, but now I do! I’m so appreciative that my first Pt experience has been with the most attentive and patient people possible. I’m thrilled the progress I’ve made and feel confident in my ability to continue improving at home. A huge thanks to the entire A2 team for being so welcoming and understanding. I truly can’t offer any recommendations, as you guys have a great thing going. (except for maybe more fruit infused water. Thanks again!"
− K. Paulson
"I came to A2 PT to assist in my recovery of a torn Achilles tendon. Not fully knowing what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised. Using a combination of PT (for strengthening and stretching) and massage (for scare tissue Break up) I feel my recovery has been accelerated. The whole crew Alika, Kristi, and Sophia are very kind, spirited, and passionate about their jobs! On a personal note, the word massage should be removed from the phrase deep tissue massage. It is very misleading-but it does work!
Keep up the great work gang!!"
"The therapy did exactly as I had hoped, it helped alleviate my shoulder pain, and stopped the numbness from creeping down my arm to my hand. The exercises I was shown had the added benefit of helping keep my neck and traps loose and not so tense all the time. A great experience that I would recommend to anyone needing physical therapy."
− C. Wesley