Dave Feeley

Dave Feeley (Physician)

David Feeley is a licensed Physical Therapist who has been in practice since 1993. His specialty lies in treating athletic injuries to the shoulder and knee, using minimally invasive/arthroscopic procedures to address these problems.

He is a partner at Vargo PT and Clinical Director of their Northridge clinic. Additionally, he holds ASTYM certification.

Early Life and Education

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Professional Career

Feeley has been a strength and conditioning coach in the sports industry for over ten years. His expertise has cemented him as an influential figure within the industry, aiding athletes with their performance as well as their overall health.

Before joining Miami, he spent two seasons as an assistant athletics director of football sports performance at Temple University. There he helped lead the Owls to a 15-11 record and two bowl appearances.

Manny Diaz made his first coaching hire as head coach of the Miami Hurricanes by hiring Feeley as director of strength and conditioning. They had briefly met while Diaz was still at Temple and quickly clicked as friends.

Achievement and Honors

Feeley served as DECA advisor to the students that competed at the Illinois DECA State Competition in March. His guidance led them to place second in their division, earning them a trip to Chicago for the state competition.

Participants from ETHS who competed against him included Canderlaria Alcat, Nick Delgado, Brandon Garrido, Sara Claire Gaspard, Emily Hosman and Hoojon “CJ” Jang; Kalash Jain; Toni Maxwell; Adam Morton; Adam Nieldbaski and Ruby Salgado.

Feeley is one of college football’s premier strength and conditioning coaches, having been recognized by head coach Manny Diaz as one of the best additions to Miami’s program. His duties include training the Hurricanes physically, improving them to be bigger, faster, stronger and mentally by providing challenging workouts.

Personal Life

Feeley was a successful businessman who owned and operated several gas stations in Maryland. His success was due to his keen business acumen, successful deals, and personal connections.

He sold Crown Central fuels at stations he owned and managed in Baltimore, Cockeysville, Hunt Valley, Bel Air and Pasadena. At several of his locations he also featured convenience stores, car washes and Subway franchises.

He was also a member of the National Association of Petroleum Distributors, where he established a reputation for integrity and fair dealing. A son wrote in his biographical profile about him how good at communicating and trusting his people were – traits which carried over into every aspect of his business life.

Net Worth

Dave Feeley is estimated to have a net worth of $75-99K. He was previously an American football quarterback for both Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins, serving as their starting quarterback between 1998-2001.

Feeley’s professional career began in 2001 with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he served as third-string quarterback behind Donovan McNabb and Koy Detmer. When both of those players suffered injuries during 2002, Feeley took over starting all five final games of the regular season to help secure home-field advantage in the playoffs – giving his team a huge edge going into the postseason.

In 2004, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins and began starting 11 games while throwing for 11 touchdowns. He contributed significantly to their last eight wins during that season as a free agent, helping them capture six out of eight victories. Unfortunately, he left as a free agent in 2006 after serving his contract.

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