Join Dr. Perry talking with Dr. David Cruz about Web Exercises. A state of the art website offering corrective exercise options and programs for health and wellness professionals. We talk about the role of corrective exercises and how programming can be made simple for patient satisfaction.
Dr. Perry talks one on one with Zach Even-Esh about his new book 'The Encyclopedia of Underground Strength and Conditioning'
Dr. Perry interview James Breese, Founder of Kettlebell Fever. James talks about movement, training, his personal journey into training from being a police officer and the launch of his new magazine Strength Matters. Also talking about the upcoming Strength Matters educational summit in London. Enjoy the episode!
Dr. Perry talks with Dr. Rick Daigle from Medical Minds in Motion about the current state of physical therapy in today's healthcare system. How movement and new approaches to teaching can make a difference in the level of care. Fun episode where we talk about full body kinetic chain assessments, kinesiology based taping, and current workshops available to help you become better at what you love.
Dr. Perry interviews Charlie Weingroff, Doctor of Physical Therapy about his new DVD 'Lateralizations and Regressions.' Great perspective on movement assessment and how to program corrective interventions. Sit back and enjoy the show!
Dr. Perry interviews Dr. Ron Riegal of the American Institute for Medical Laser Application. If you wanted to learn what laser therapy is and how it can help you, this is the episode for you. DIscover how laser helps humans and animals feel better.
He has spent the last 2 decades lecturing nationally and internationally to human and veterinary healthcare professionals.
Dr. Ron Riegel earned his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from the University of Delaware and his doctoral degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Illinois.
Dr. Perry talks with the one and only Gray Cook of Functional Movement Systems. Talk centers around the release of his new DVD with Dr. Craig Liebenson and Dr. Stuart McGill Assessing Movement: A Contrast in Approaches and Future Directions.
Dr. Perry joins the awesome Dr. Evan Osar in talking about movement, corrective exercise, assessment, treatment, and his teaching programs. Dr. Perry graduated from chiropractic school with Evan and they reminisce about fun times in the past. Don't miss this one.
Dr. Perry talks with Daniella Abruzzo, Founder and President of Magic Happens a Non-Profit Organization empowering those battling cancer through fitness of mind, body and spirit. Daniella talks about her personal journey of recovery from cancer and what inspired her to create the Magic Happens Foundation. I met Daniella at the recent Arnold Fitness Classic in Columbus, OH and I was immediately drawn to her story. Being a cancer survivor myself, her journey resonated with me. So I asked her to join me on a podcast to share and inspire. Just goes to show you how one person can change the world. Enjoy!
Dr. Perry interviews the creator of Foundation Training, Dr. Eric Goodman. Eric combined his experience as a strength coach, personal trainer and Chiropractor to create a simple strengthening program that facilitates the body’s natural healing ability and quickly improves degenerative movement patterns. He leads Instructor Certification Programs all over the world. His love for anatomy, movement and healing has led Foundation Training’s evolution. Eric graduated from UCF with a Bachelors in Health Sciences and Physiology and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic at SCUHS.