Corey is a 2010 graduate of the University of Evansville where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy after receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Movement Science from UE in 2008. He played soccer (goalkeeper) for UE during his undergraduate years, then he coached the goalkeepers for the women’s team at UE while in graduate school.
Corey’s special interests lie first and foremost in prevention of injuries in weightlifters/athletes through performance enhancement work and in-depth assessment of training programs to determine what athletes are missing out on in their training that may be setting them up for failure or keeping them from progressing further. When injuries/pain do occur, Corey’s focus is on making sure athletes stay in the gym and keep training, working around the injury/pain, while employing a variety of techniques including stability/neuromuscular work, dry needling, muscle scraping, manual therapy/joint mobilization, corrective exercise, among others to get athletes back to full speed ASAP.
Corey moved to Columbus 8 years ago and lives in Clintonville with his wife, young son, and two dogs. He has been an avid weightlifter/athlete his entire life and loves spending time in the mountains/wilderness whenever he can, always looking for new adventures!