Name: David Hahn, PT, SCS
Position: Physical Therapist
Certifications: Sports Certified Specialist
Describe some of your job duties: I evaluate and treat patients with orthopedic and sports medicine problems. Throughout my professional career, I have had a special interest in treating patients with shoulder dysfunction, foot and ankle problems, post-surgical conditions and high-level athletes recovering from injury/surgery. My clinical interests are reflected in the continuing education and certifications I have pursued. This includes becoming a Sports Certified Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2003. I have also taken numerous courses in diagnosing/treating foot and ankle problems including the fabrication of custom orthotics. My treatment philosophy is based on educating patients on their diagnosis and providing a structured plan of care that includes participation in a daily exercise program to maximize their rehab potential.
What is your favorite thing about working at SPO? I feel very blessed as I thoroughly enjoy the patient/therapist interactions and truly have fun while helping people recover.
What is your greatest accomplishment at work? Earning my Sports Certified Specialist Certification
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
Hobbies: In my free time I am a taxi service for my children. I also enjoy family time, hiking, boating and cheering on the Badgers.
Family/Pets: I have a wonderful wife, three awesome children and a Bernedoodle.
At which store would you like to max-out your credit card? Menards
What is your favorite movie or TV series? Stranger Things
What is your favorite quote, and who said it?
“The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he’s always doing both.” -James Michener