Daniel Knorr has been the President of Functional Pathways since the company’s founding in 1995. He provides the overall vision and leadership for the company and works closely with the Executive Team. His goal is to deliver the highest quality of rehabilitation services to our clients and their residents. Dan is a Physical Therapy graduate from the University of Pittsburgh and has been a Registered Physical Therapist since 1986. Prior to Functional Pathways, Dan worked in multiple capacities from Staff Clinician to District/Regional Management in long-term care facilities. Dan is a strong patient care advocate. Above all he is known for his active involvement in the legislation and regulation affecting all rehab services. Dan resides in Knoxville, TN with his wife and four children.
The shoulder is a complex body part that consists of 3 bones, 3 joints, bursa, cartilage, numerous ligaments, tendons, and muscles. In the United States in 2015 there were over 100,000 workplace injuries involving the shoulder. Over 66% of those injuries were a...