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Dayne Conley

Dayne Conley

Class of 1992

As a student/athlete Dayne Conley succeeded because of his personal work ethics. He challenged himself to reach goals that at times may have seemed lofty. However in the process of reaching them, he grew to accept only perfection.
After graduation from CHS, Dayne attended Marietta College and graduated with honors with a degree in Sports Medicine as an Athletic Trainer. While working this trade, Dayne went on to eventually earn his first Masters Degree in Athletic Training at Ohio University. Dayne soon moved to Erie, PA and attended Gannon University and earned his second Masters Degree in Physical Therapy and has been practicing his profession since 1999. After a year of working for PT Services in Crestline, Ohio, Dayne moved to Columbus while working for several hospitals. His goal of owning his own practice was realized in just a few short years when he opened a private practice in Westerville in 2002. As his practice succeeded and grew, he opened his second practice (Conley Rehabilitation Services) in Westerville with a full staff of young and professional P.T.s and P.T.A.s that have allowed high schools and colleges in Central Ohio access to expert care and personal training.
Dayne has a very strong support team behind him. His wife Lisa, a fellow Marietta college student, and two energetic sons-Cooper and Keegan.

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