You're unique, not a number or a "chart." Why don't more doctors respect and understand that? Our patients will be treated with the same attention to detail and quality of care we expect for our own family members.
We will use the full extent of our skill, training, and considerable experience to enhance the quality of life for our patients and our community, through both education and the use of hands-on, evidence-based physical medicine including chiropractic, acupuncture, functional rehabilitation, and soft tissue approaches. We strive to empower & assist patients in achieving their highest level of function, both short term & long term.
Dr. Daniel Shaye received his Bachelor of Arts from the College of William & Mary in 1990, and received his doctorate (D.C.) as salutatorian magna cum laude from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1996. He earned his certification in chiropractic rehabilitation (CCRD, now known as ACRB Registered Level I) that same year, and went on to earn certification in chiropractic sports medicine (CCSP) in 1998. He earned his FIAMA (Fellow, International Academy of Medical Acupuncture) in 2000. He also has advanced training in dry needling, and a variety of rehabilitation and other techniques. A prolific writer, he has published many dozens of articles in local and national journals and publications.
Personal notes: Dr. Shaye is an active athlete, and was the 1997 Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix overall champion. In both 2011 and 2012 he staged a strong comeback, finishing second overall each year. In 2011, he also performed well on the national running scene, placing 155thth in the over-40 (Masters) category at the USATF Club Cross Country National Championship meet in Seattle, WA. An avid multi-sport athlete, Dr. Shaye also has roots in basketball, martial arts, open water swimming, and ballroom dance.
In addition to athletic endeavors, Dr. Shaye is participates in a wide variety of community organizations. He also enjoys his extended family and 2 beautiful nieces. He somehow manages to make time for simple gardening, landscaping, and fixer-upper work around his Williamsburg home, where he resides with his wife Nicole and their dog Leroy.