We’re back with another episode of the Clinical Podcast! This week, we’re joined by Dr. Dan Rhon, the Director of Research for the Bellin College Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) Fellowship in partnership with Evidence In Motion. Dan shares how he went from being a Marine to having a career in physical therapy research, some of the “disappointments” that ended up changing his life for the better, and how he works to achieve a work-life balance.
Dr. Dan Rhon was born in Melbourne, Australia and moved to the United States when he was 14. After high school, he joined the Marines, before going back to school for physical therapy at Baylor University and serving in the Army. He stumbled into a career in research and hasn’t left it since. In addition to his current role with Bellin College, he’s an assistant professor for both Baylor University and Duke University and a faculty member for Evidence In Motion. He is dedicated to finding out what leads to better patient outcomes at all levels.
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Learn more about our OMPT Fellowship and see if it’s right for you here
Check out some of Dan’s research here