Dr. Daniel Lerner is an Orthospine Rehabiliation specialist at Back to Health Physical and Occupational Therapy.
Dr. Lerner worked as clinical neurophysiologist consulting orthopedic spine and neurosurgeons on intra-operative neurological deficits, performed intra-operative testing for peripheral nerve grafting, assisted with Coratid enderterectomies by monitoring electroencephalograms, and performed brain mapping for seizure focus resections.
Dr. Lerner graduated Dominican College in 2011 with Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. During his time in college, Dr. Lerner built a bridge between Chiropractic Biophysics Seminars and Dominican College by launching a case series on the topic of lateral displacement of cervical spine and its effect on pain. Post graduation, Dr. Lerner enrolled in a one year training performing nerve conduction and electromyography studies identifying neurological diseases with Hands on Physical Therapy.
Dr. Lerner has clinical interest in treatment of following conditions: cervical, thoracic, lumbar disc disorders, cervicogenic headaches, peripheral vestibular disorders, Idiopathic, congenital, neuromuscular scoliosis.
Dr. Lerner recently launched an orthospine rehabilitation program at back to health physical and occupational therapy targeting patients with above mentioned conditions.