Don't worry, we get asked a's pronounced /,fiz-ē-ō-bin/.

"Physio-" relating to nature and normal function, in this case, of the physical body. Many countries use the term physio-therapy, instead of physical therapy. 

"-Bin" comes from the physics concept of a boundary value problem. These problems are solved using only values within a set range of values. The metaphor at play here is that we all have tasks (problems) that our bodies need to solve every day. Based on our current physical abilities (boundary values), these tasks become easier or more difficult to solve. Boundary...Bound...Bind...Bin...PhysioBin

PhysioBin was derived to improve your physical boundaries and lessen the impact that pain and limited movement have in your life.

After years of dealing with restrictions dictated by insurance company contracts, I chose to change my own boundary conditions as a doctor of physical therapy to provide a valued service that is easy and economical to access.

Forward Bend. I had to bounce to be able to touch the ground not too long ago. 

Dan Schumann, DPT, OCS

My mother is a pediatrician and my father has a PhD in particle physics. I like to think that my chosen path has combined medicine and physics in becoming a physical therapist. I grew up in Wisconsin as a multi-sport athlete and, in high school, chose to pursue a career in physical therapy in effort to stay involved in athletics. During undergraduate and graduate school, I started participating in running and biking events, most notably the 2014 Boston Marathon and the Horrible Hilly Hundreds 100K bike ride. After spending time in Virginia, Oregon, California, and Arizona to seek out specialized training, I felt it was time to return home to Wisconsin to share what I'm most passionate about...helping people find joy in movement, through movement. 

Bulleted biophraphy…

  • Dan Schumann, ATC, DPT, OCS
  • proud Wisconsinite, born and raised
  • State Tournament Participant in Soccer and Tennis
  • UW-Oshkosh, major in Athletic Training '09
  • Virginia Commonwealth, Doctor of Physical Therapy '12
  • Orthopedic Residency in Grants Pass, Oregon
  • Travel Physio in Arizona, Wisconsin, Nebraska
  • Boston Marathon, 2014

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