Dr. Allison Lind Wiedman, PT, DPT, SCS has over 24 years experience in the athletic community both as an elite athlete and a physical therapy professional. She began running at age 10, eventually securing a full track and field scholarship to Florida State University. In 2004, Allison graduated magna cum laude with a degree in biology, pre-med while earning All-American honors in the 5000m track event and cross country. After college she moved to New York, where she began running marathons while studying at the Columbia University School of Physical Therapy.
“There’s a right and a wrong way to move”
An avid hockey player for years, Daniel Rofe decided early on to parlay his love of performance enhancement and injury avoidance/treatment into a medical career. After graduating with a doctorate of physical therapy, Dan went on to perform clinical work at both the Cornell Weill Medical Center at New York city’s prestigious Presbyterian Hospital and has worked in sports therapy for several years.
Having a keen interest in orthopedics, wellness and nutrition, he has long been a proponent of melding the three to achieve overall fitness. He believes that patient education is key and that long-term health and vitality comes from empowering the
individual with the right information. To that end, Daniel actively partners with his patients, providing an individualized regimen that stresses the return of full physical function through proper movement techniques and exercises.