Riverside Physical Therapy Doctors' Hospital Williamsburg


A Department of Riverside Doctors' Hospital Williamsburg

At Riverside Physical Therapy Doctors' Hospital Williamsburg, our passion is helping you recover safely and completely. We design our programs with your individual needs in mind. Our team seeks to help you regain as much strength and functionality as possible following an injury, illness or stay in a rehabilitation center.

Physical therapy services

  • Orthopedic
  • Neurological
  • Postoperative rehabilitation
  • Manual therapy
  • Worker's compensation
  • Neck and back pain
  • SI Joint & pelvic asymmetry
  • Balance/fall prevention
  • Vestibular therapy
  • Spinal traction (decompression)


Office: 757-782-6340
Fax: 757-808-7230

Please call for appointment times and hours of operation.

Want to know more about our therapists and staff? Meet Our Team - Riverside Physical Therapy Doctors' Hospital Williamsburg!

Muniz Daniel

Daniel Muniz, PT, DPT, CDN, Rehab Supervisor

Danny, as called by friends and family, is a native of New Jersey. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Ramapo College of New Jersey in 2006 before earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rutgers University in 2008. After working in New Jersey for about 9 years, he and his family relocated to Williamsburg in 2017.

Danny has cared for people with a variety of conditions, with a wealth of experience caring for those with orthopedic conditions, needing post-surgical care, and following sports injuries. He enjoys continuing his learning through continuing education attaining his Certification in Dry Needling as well as certifications in functional movements, instrument assisted soft tissue techniques, and returning people to fitness.

Danny resides in Williamsburg with his wife and two children. In his spare time, you can find him in the gym, jogging around town, attending music and art events, or enjoying the peacefulness of nature.

Rachel Brady, OT, CHT

Rachel Brady, OTR/L, CHT

Rachel earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) with a concentration in drawing near her hometown at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She attended the University of Pittsburgh where she obtained a Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT).

While working as a hand therapist in the Philadelphia area, she accomplished a long-held goal of achieving a further designation as a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). Rachel wanted to pursue a career in hand therapy because of the precision required to treat the upper extremity as well as the need for creative problem solving and fabrication of orthoses. Being able to meet and help the wide variety of people who sustain hand injuries is an added bonus. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys seeking out adventures and new experiences. She loves Bachata dancing, cooking challenging recipes, and improving herself personally and professionally.”


Katie Tahamtan, PT, DPT, OCS, Pelvic Floor Team Lead 

Katie graduated with a doctorate of physical therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 2015, began providing pelvic treatment in 2018, obtained her orthopedic certified specialist designation in 2020, and completed the Herman and Wallace level 3 course in 2021. Some of her training includes bowel/bladder dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, antepartum/postpartum care, female and male pelvic pain, pelvic cancer care, hypermobility/EDS, trauma informed care, and a myriad of orthopedic skills. She’s been fortunate to have strong and diverse mentorship, and have collaborated with urologists, gynecologists, obstetricians, gastroenterologists, behavioral health, massage therapists, and other practitioners to help her patients meet their goals.

Katie’s clinical philosophy is to hear her patients, understand them, meet them where they are, establish trust and a shame-free environment for healing, and work as hard as they do to meet their goals. She loves working with all diagnoses—male, female, leakage, retention, post-prostatectomy, pelvic prolapse, pregnancy/postpartum—and the most memorable cases she’s worked with involved patients who had become hopeless about their situation prior to starting pelvic floor PT. It’s a privilege to be able to share what she’s learned to inspire hope, healing, and confidence.

In her personal time she enjoys spending time with family, crafting, exploring the outdoors, reading, and staying active. Katie is currently working on a yoga teacher training.

Fernando Garcia, LPTA

Fernando Garcia, LPTA

Fernando is a native South Floridian who recently relocated to Toano. Fernando attended Florida International University where he received a BA in Journalism and Mass. Comm. and Miami-Dade College where he received an AS in Physical Therapy. Fernando Speaks English, Spanish and limited Portuguese.

Fernando has over 20 years' experience in multi-levels of care including Orthopedics, Open Heart, ICU, Acute, Subacute, and Outpatient. Fernando's passion in Physical Therapy is helping his patients recover their mobility AND quality of life.

On his spare time, Fernando enjoys his family, landscaping, horseback riding, and fishing.