Tired of being in pain? Let us help!
DON’T LET PAIN KEEP YOU DOWN & OUT
Our highly skilled, and educated physical therapists and staff, are dedicated to getting you back to doing the things you love to do without the pain.
Experience the best physical therapy in the Sterling, VA area with great results!
Dr. Peter MacDaniel, PT, DPT, CEAS, FMS
Peter MacDaniel has been practicing physical therapy in Northern Virginia since 2010 and founded MAC Physical Therapy Group in 2016.
He went into private practice to provide the highest quality treatment for his clients by individualizing treatment to allow for a quicker recovery back to life, work, exercise or sporting activities that they love doing. Peter holds an active license to practice physical therapy in Virginia, and takes annual continuing education courses to stay up to date on the newest, best and most effective techniques to assist his clients in their recovery. He is a graduate of Ithaca College where he obtained a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and was an All-American member of the baseball team as a pitcher. A native of Upstate New York, Peter currently lives in Sterling with his wife, Danielle.
We strive on providing a higher level of care then you are used to getting. We believe that this higher level of care is what should be expected by you when seeking out a physical therapist. We love to share success stories from our patients!
Why Choose Us
From your evaluation and every follow up appointment thereafter you will see the same physical therapist. The treatment plan created will be individual to you to address your specific goals and help you heal from your injury.
We Go the Extra Mile
We schedule appointments every 30 minutes so you will be one on one with your physical therapist during that 30 minutes to address all questions and concerns while receiving treatment.
Give Us a Try
If you are skeptical if physical therapy can help you with your pain or have been to physical therapy and been disappointed, please reach out to us as we know you will be happy with your treatment here.
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