Darrell received his degree in physical therapy from Loma Linda University. He completed a master’s degree in exercise and sport studies from Boise State University.
Darrell is passionate about helping patients successfully regain their functional abilities. For more than 25 years he has worked closely with physicians and surgeons to partner with patients to get back to doing the things they love.
Darrell discovered his interest in hand rehabilitation and upper extremity early in his career. He has been certified by the Hand Therapy Certification Commission since 1998. His work focuses on relieving pain, improving range of motion and returning function of the hand and upper extremity.
“The hand is such a personal and vital part of our life’s needs and interests. I love to teach and help patients understand how to strengthen their capabilities following hand injuries. I want to continue offering my natural enthusiasm and sincere desire to help you achieve your goals!”
American Society of Hand Therapists
Darrell enjoys meeting people, mountain biking, discovering day hikes and playing softball. He also enjoys “adventures,” discovering and experiencing the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. He has even been a Little League baseball umpire. He, with his wife and two sons, relocated to Washington after living in Boise, Idaho.