Specializing in getting you back to your strength routine
Graduate of the University of North Dakota's DPT program. Dan worked at a skilled nursing facility in Fargo and then at an outpatient PT clinic in Wahpeton, ND prior to taking over Total Balance Fitness and Nutrition in 2017, to add high quality physical therapy services to the north Fargo community. Dan has over 200 hours of continuing education hours and has taken courses on how to manage everything from seniors to athletes. He is also SFMA and dry needling certified. He recently became one of the few therapists in the area who is certified in blood flow restriction (BFR) training. Dan has a true love of learning, fitness, philosophy and football. Dan and his wife, live in Fargo with their two kids.
Mark is a graduate of the DPT program at the University of North Dakota. Following graduation, Mark worked for a contract company in Omaha, NE and then at a private practice clinic in Breckenridge, MN. He joined Total Balance in December, 2017, specializes in the treatment of post surgical rehabilitation, and is certified in blood flow restriction training. Mark enjoys all sports, but especially hockey and soccer. He rarely misses a home hockey game at his Alma mater, UND. Mark is an avid weight lifter and loves working out on a daily basis. He currently lives in West Fargo.
Casey graduated from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND with his Bachelors in Exercise Science and Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to joining the staff at Total Balance Physical Therapy and Fitness, he worked at a Long-Term Acute Care facility in Fargo. Casey specializes in back pain, neck pain, falls prevention, and treatment of athletic injuries. Casey is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist, Clinical Athlete Weightlifting Coach, and has specialized training in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization that helps him treat his patients. Casey loves to lift weights, try out new workouts, and spend time with his wife, family, and friends.
Tyler grew up in Fargo, ND where he graduated from Fargo South High school in 2008. Tyler then attended NDSU and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelors Degree in Health Sciences. Tyler then attended and graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Jamestown in 2017. Tyler enjoys working with people of all ages, with special interest in sports rehab, neuro-rehab, and general orthopedics. Tyler is a certified LSVT-BIG provider for Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders. He is certified in dry needling, and is also a certified clinical weightlifting coach through clinical athlete.
CPT, PTA Physical Therapist
Graduated from the University of North Dakota’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2016. Following graduation, Anthony got accepted into Sanford Health’s Orthopedic Residency Program. After successful completion of the residency he was eligible to sit for his exam to earn his credential as a Board-Certified Orthopedic Physical Therapist (OCS). He successfully passed this to become 1 of 31 orthopedic-certified PTs in the state of ND. Anthony specializes in orthopedics from the top of the head to the bottom of the foot utilizing advanced manual therapy skills coupled with high-level clinical reasoning for therapeutic exercise selection. He also offers treatments for more niche populations including return to sport, TMD (jaw pain), pelvic floor dysfunction, post-surgical, and vestibular dysfunction.
Corey graduated from the University of North Dakota with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in the spring of 2017. He then immediately traveled down to Arizona to begin his career as a physical therapist shortly after graduation. He worked for a large private practice outpatient physical therapy clinic while in Arizona, and this gave him the opportunity to gain experience treating a wide variety of patients from all different cultural backgrounds. He specializes in general orthopedics and sports medicine. Within this realm, Corey has developed a special interest in treating golfers and rotational athletes. Corey had the opportunity to work with players from the Arizona Rattlers arena football team, local high school sports teams, recreational athletes, and even professional and semi-professional golfers while practicing down in Arizona. In addition to this, Corey enjoys working with any and all individuals that suffer from an orthopedic or neuromuscular condition that want to get back to living an active and healthy lifestyle free of discomfort or any limitations.
Corey has a passion for continuing education, and he strives to provide the highest quality of care to every individual that he works with. Corey is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, a Functional Golf System Specialist through the Gray Institute, and he is certified through the Titleist Performance Institute as a Level 2 Medical Professional. He also has been trained and certified in blood flow restriction training, dry needling, and spinal manipulation. Corey utilizes theories and approaches from all different sources, and he believes this gives him a more well-rounded approach which allows him to deliver the most effective and efficient care possible.
Corey currently resides in West Fargo with his wife, Megan. He enjoys being outdoors, hunting, fishing, golfing, going to the lake, and just generally spending time with his friends and family.