Dr. Perry talks with Todd Hargrove about his book 'A Guide to Better Movement' and the role movement plays in pain. We talk about the brain and how it relates to pain and movement. Todd has a fascinating story of how he changed careers from a lawyer to become a bodyworker and he discusses his journey into healing. Don't miss this one. One of my favorite books!
Phil Page PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS, FACSM, LAT is a licensed physical therapist, athletic trainer, and certified strength & conditioning specialist. He is also a Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner.
Dr. Perry sits down with the awesome Andrew Read, Strength and Conditioning Coach and Master RKC Instructor who works with athletes of all types. IT's an awesome episode!
Dr. Perry talks with Biomechanist Katy Bowman author of Move Your DNA. We talk everything movement. It's a really fun episode. One of my favorite books on movement for sure.
Dr. Perry talks with the awesomely spectacular Jill Miller about her new book The Roll Model. Fantastic approach to increasing mobility and vitality to your body.
Dr. Perry sits down to talk movement, fascia, training, the ViPR, and about the Institute of Motions program with the one and only Michol. Michol is one smart cat who is dedicated to helping the world move better and move more. Don't miss this one and remember to share the love by sharing the podcast.
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.