Clinical Associate Professor
Danny McMillian teaches courses in therapeutic exercise, gait, orthopedics, and sports medicine. A retired army officer, he has many years of experience as an orthopedic-sports clinician in a variety of settings. While on active duty he developed doctrine and training programs in rehabilitation, physical fitness, and human performance for the U.S. Army. He is now involved with the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s tactical special interest group, developing certification standards, authoring injury management guidelines, and presenting educational sessions at national and international conferences. McMillian has been published in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, International Journal of Sports Medicine, and the Textbooks of Military Medicine. His most recent scholarship, "Kinetic Chain Applications in Functional Movement," in the fourth edition of Therapeutic Exercise: Moving toward function, is pending publication.
B.A., University of Texas - San Antonio, 1989; M.P.T., D.Sc., Baylor University, 1991, 2003