Physical Therapist Daniel Bishop is a sixth generation Baldwin County native. Daniel graduated from Fairhope High School in 1996. Following a traumatic car accident his junior year in high school, Daniel underwent a five level spinal fusion with complete recovery after eighteen months of physical rehabilitation. His struggle with chronic pain and a remarkable recovery sparked his interest in rehabilitation.
Daniel proceeded to play four years of college soccer & graduated with honors from The University of Memphis Lambuth, obtaining a bachelors degree in Pre-Medicine and Biology. Later he was accepted to The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Physical Therapy School, earning a Masters degree in Physical Therapy in 2003. Daniel continued his education through Regis University in Denver, Colorado and received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy with a specialization in spinal rehabilitation in 2006. Dr. Bishop has extensive training in spinal manipulation, dry needling, and sports rehab.
Over the past sixteen years, Dr. Bishop has traveled nationally, as well as internationally, to train under acupuncturists, chiropractors, osteopathic physicians, and physical therapists in an effort to develop a unique combination approach to therapy; an approach to help more people achieve their physical goals. Daniel has treated more than twelve thousand patients in Baldwin County with great success rates.
He considers himself a team player and will do all he can in order to eliminate musculoskeletal pain and musculoskeletal dysfunction in patients within our community. Dr. Bishop takes every patient’s outcome very personally and works long hours to help patients overcome their pain and dysfunction.
Patrick was raised in Fairhope, AL. He attended Fairhope High School where he played soccer. Patrick earned a Masters degree in Acupuncture from the Academy of Five Element Acupuncture after graduating from Lambuth University with a degree in Mathematics and a degree in Physics. Patrick recently returned to the Eastern Shore is excited to be back home.
Jessica Dorriety, LPTA
Jessica earned her degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Pensacola State College after graduating from the University of South Alabama with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. Growing up, Jess knew she wanted to help people. When she was introduced to physical therapy, she knew it was the profession for her. Jess desires to develop a broad range of skills and experience, and eventually return to school to obtain a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. In her spare time, Jess enjoys anything that involves water including scuba diving and being out on the boat with family. She also loves to watch Florida State football, cook, and bake.
Kristy Griggs Malone, LPTA
Kristy was raised in Dothan, Al, where she was always active in sports. Kristy played softball and graduated from Rehobeth High School. Kristy earned her degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Pensacola State College after graduating from Huntington College with a degree in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. Kristy currently resides in Daphne, AL with her husband and two children. In Kristy’s spare time, she enjoys running, working out, playing with her kids, and spending time with friends and family. As an active athlete, playing softball in high school and on scholarship for Huntington College, she suffered from several injuries so she understands the challenges as well as the benefits of physical therapy.
**We are continuously seeking massage therapists, physical therapy assistants and licensed physical therapists to join our team. If you or someone you know are interested, give us a call at (251) 626-7778, stop by the office, or fax us your resume at (251) 626-7780 today!**