Dr. Dane DeLozier, PT, DPT, ATC, NASM-PES
Originally from Central Pennsylvania, Dane grew up with traditional team sports in his blood. Football, basketball and track in high school led him to Pittsburgh to play Div I football in college. Dane's injury resume grew from there along with his passion for science. This led to an undergraduate degree in athletic training from Duquesne University. Dane signed on to stay in the city and work at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Center for Sports Medicine and Carnegie Mellon University. Having the opportunity to work closely with Pittsburgh's top professional, collegiate and high school athletes fueled his desire to progress his sports medicine knowledge.
This led to enrolling in a Doctor in Physical Therapy program at Franklin Pierce University in Concord, New Hampshire. This developed a passion for research and education for which Dane is still pursuing opportunities today. Dane then went West to intern at Mammoth Hospitals Physical Therapy Center in Mammoth Lakes, California and The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Having to grown to love all the outdoor activities the West has to offer Boulder, CO was the next stop.
Landing at the prestigious Boulder Center for Sports Medicine Dane co-founded the ACL injury screen and prevention program, performed daily physical therapy treatments and worked with the preseason ski/snowboard training course. Dane was also a medical bike fitter at BCSM, using Specialized Bicycle Components University Body Geometry Fit and Retul systems. Dane also performed a long term lower extremity biomechanics training in Los Angeles with the Movement Performance Institute and University of Southern California.
Dane's past patients include athletes from the NFL, NCAA, professional cyclists and triathletes, Olympic ski and snowboard athletes. Now an avid mountain and road cyclist, backcountry snowboarder and fly fisherman he continues to strive to apply the art and science of elite level physical therapy to help others get back to their peak performance in any sport they choose.