About

Helping athletes identify and eliminate limitations to performance.

Daniel works with athletes at all levels; from those attempting their first 1/2 marathon to those at a national and international level.  By employing his strong Sport Physiotherapy background, Paragon Sport Performance ensures accurate isolation of YOUR performance limitations through individualized ASSESSMENT. The results are effective and efficient training and goal achievement without injury.

Daniel CrumbackDaniel Crumback

BSc.PT, Dip Sport PT, CSEP-CEP, CAFCI, CSCS

Daniel is a Sport Physiotherapist, a Certified Exercise Physiologist (CSEP), Certified in Acupuncture (AFCI), Certified in TriggerPoint Dry Needling, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), Certified in Functional Movement Screening and Selective Functional Movement Assessment as well as a Certified SpiderTech and K-Tape therapist.

Paragon Sport Performance is a Level III FaCT Certified Test Centre.

Daniel has completed 25 years in Canadian Forces (CF), including a tour in Afghanistan and two years in the Canadian Special Operations Regiment. He is now employed in Edmonton as the Team Leader of the Rehabilitation Department and as the Physiotherapy Regional Practice Leader for Western Canada. He is the Training and Development Coordinator for the CF Athletic Trainers Program. Daniel has supported many national and international games, most recently as a trainer for the CF at the World Military Games in Rio de Janeiro and the CISM World Volleyball Championship in Amsterdam, NL.

Daniel is part of the education committee for Sport Physiotherapy Canada and instructs Taping and Sport First Responder and acts as a mentor for physiotherapists challenging their Sport Physiotherapy exams.

Daniel is a co-instructor with Blaise Dubois of The Running Clinic – a world-renowned speaker on running and running injuries. Due to Daniel’s vast experience in physiotherapy, biomechanics, orthotics and footwear, he was selected be a member of the Vasyli Medical International Advisory Board and has lectured nationally and internationally.

Daniel is currently completing his Masters in Rehabilitation Science at University of Alberta.