Corey graduated from Rockhurst University with a Master’s Degree in physical therapy, having previously obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University. Corey has been practicing outpatient orthopedic physical therapy since 1997, specializing in treating patients with disorders of the spine and sports-related injuries. His approach to therapy combines solid principles in exercise and manual therapy, including joint mobilization, muscle energy, and Mulligan’s techniques. In the past, he has taught continuing education courses to other physical therapists, developed strength and conditioning programs for athletes, and has been involved with the conditioning and rehab of local baseball teams. Away from therapy, Corey stays very involved in The Village Church and enjoys spending time with his wife, Lindsay, and four daughters: Finley, Harper, Lucy, and Everly.