M. Todd Daniels, M.D.
Originally from Keller, TX, Dr. M. Todd Daniels is a board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist in non-surgical treatment of back and neck pain. Dr. Daniels received his doctor of medicine and performed his internship in internal medicine at the University of Texas at Houston in 1998 and 1999. In the same year, he also started his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, which he completed in 2002.
Although Dr. Daniels had a childhood ambition of becoming an FBI agent, he thoroughly enjoys what he does for a living now and takes pride in the care he provides to his patients.
Dr. Daniels is a father of two children. He maintains an active lifestyle through running, hunting, and fishing; and when it comes to healthy snacking, his go-to food is hummus.
- 05/1993 – Angelo State University, Bachelor of Science, Minor in Chemistry
- 06/1998 – University of Texas at Houston, Doctor of Medicine
- 06/1999 – University of Texas at Houston, Internship in Internal Medicine
- 07/1999 – 06/2002 Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- 05/17/2003 Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Specializes in the non-surgical treatment of back and neck pain
- American Medical Association
- Texas Medical Association
- Tarrant County Medical Society
- Diplomat in the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- International Spinal Injection Society – Active Member
- North American Spine Society – Active Member
- Alpha Chi Honor Society
- Member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at Angelo State
- Member of Phi Beta fraternity in medical school
- Medical Director – Health South Rehabilitation Hospital, Arlington, Texas