Dr. Perry graduated in 2012 from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health and an emphasis in Occupational Health. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from USC in 2015. During his studies and clinical affiliations at USC, he treated in diverse settings, including acute and sub-acute care, cardiac rehabilitation, and longterm care. The majority of his time was spent in outpatient settings, where he honed his movement analysis skills serving a wide range of patients from runners and triathletes to patients in stroke recovery.
As a student, Dr. Perry developed a commitment to evidence-based practice, participating in research relating to un-weighted and barefoot running. He also applied his Public Health background by seeking out preventative treatments that address a patient’s health longterm. As a clinician, he emphasizes both of these important perspectives by employing movement analysis to identify faulty movement patterns that cause pain and injury.
In addition to his professional interests, Dr. Perry is also an elite endurance athlete, recently competing in the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. He is currently a sponsored triathlete and the founder of an elite racing team that competes in triathlons around the US. He is also an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys rock climbing, hiking, snowshoeing, and backpacking.
Dr. Perry is fluent in Spanish, and enjoys treating Spanish-speaking clientele in their native tongue.