How did a comedian become a pain specialist?

A comedian who had a career in comedy and a career as a physical therapist has turned his attention to helping people deal with chronic pain, learning to teach people how to deal with it.

The comedian, Daniel Dank, was an orthopedic surgeon in his home state of Georgia before starting his medical career in the 1980s.

He is known for his ability to get people through pain.

Dank, who has been a pain professional for 25 years, said he has been working with people for years.

Dank said he doesn’t know how many people he has helped, but that he has spoken to more than 20,000 people.

He said he thinks of his patients as being like brothers.

He believes that the key is to treat the pain as a disease, not a physical problem, which is why he says his work is so important to people.

Danks therapy focuses on a few basic things: pain control, pain relief and managing the symptoms.

He doesn’t recommend that people just go to a physical therapy center.

He suggests that patients visit a doctor and ask for an appointment.

Dansk said that he was shocked to find that he would have to take the time to get a physical and that it was a big expense for him.

He said he wanted to be able to be an advocate for the physical and to share his work to other people who may be experiencing chronic pain.

His pain is so severe, he said, that he feels like he’s living a double life.

But the more that he can share his expertise with other people, he thinks that they’ll have a better understanding of the disease.

Dak said he’s learned that it’s really not about being an expert in pain, it’s about being a good person.

Dansky is a certified therapist with the American Association of Physical Therapists and a pain counselor.

He has worked with people from all walks of life, from the elderly to the younger generation.

He’s helped more than 100 people with chronic illnesses in his practice.