Dan Reddington

pt, DPT

Dan joined the Foundry Orthopedic & Sports Medicine team in September 2015, after graduating with his Bachelor’s in Rehabilitation of Science in 2014 and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015.  He earned both of his degrees from Northeastern University, where he participated in the Sports Strength and Conditioning Concentration.

Prior to joining Foundry, Dan completed one inpatient clinical rotation and two outpatient clinical rotations as a physical therapy student.  Among these rotational sites was a private outpatient clinic in West Greenwich, RI, a long term acute care inpatient facility in Cambridge, MA,  and the Andrews Institute in Pensacola, FL,; where he worked with high school, college, and professional NFL and MLB athletes.

Dan’s professional focus is in outpatient orthopedics, with a passion for working with athletes in sports medicine.   A native of Lincoln, RI, Dan grew up with an athletic background and competed as a varsity athlete in football and basketball through high school. 

Dan Reddington Foundry Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
For a procedure that is supposed to take up to a year for full recovery, I was back to work and doing everyday tasks after 12 weeks and no longer going to physical therapy by Week 16. Just amazing.
— Paul Perry