David Hanson was drawn to Structura because he feels it offers a new idea to fixing chronic pain problems that he’s seen and dealt with through his years of experience as an athletic trainer. He feels looking at the body as a whole unit, as it moves as a complex structure, allows him to address dysfunctions and create healthy movement, leading to decreased pain and inflammation.
David Graduated college from BYU in 2008 with a bachelors in Athletic Training where he learned how to treat and rehabilitate acute injuries. It was there, working with the Dance teams that he first learned about treating the body as a complete functioning unit; to look beyond where pain originates for the source of the problem.
He went on to spend the next 10 years’ experience working as a Certified Athletic Trainer in several different settings; at a high school, as a high school teacher, working to maintain the health of a Semi-Professional football team, and as a Medically Oriented Gym manager. At the latter, he worked closely with a Physical Therapist to ensure that PT clients were getting continued support, after PT sessions had ended.
David’s favorite part about working at Structura is interacting with new clients and helping others discover that they can live without pain in their daily lives