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Brad Perry is a Physical Therapist, Kinesiologist & Endurance Coach who partners & owns five private orthopedic & sports medicine physical therapy facilities in the greater North Houston area – Kingwood Occupational and Physical Therapy.  Brad developed a passion for sports early in high school & went on to become a college baseball player where he received All-Conference honors. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science and his Master’s degree in Science for Physical Therapy at Texas State University.

In his post-professional training, he acquired skills with the McKenzie Method, Kinesiotaping techniques, Gray Cook’s Functional Movement Screen & Selective Functional Movement Assessments, Movement System Impairments & Active Release Techniques.  Brad became a Strength Training Specialist through the International Weightlifting Association and is also certified in Sportsmetrics through Cincinnati Sports Medicine.

Brad is a USA Triathlon-Certified Coach, USA Track & Field-Certified Coach, Slowtwitch Certified Running Coach and was a USAC-Certified Cycling Coach.  In addition, Brad is an article contributor to USA Triathlon newsletters. As an endurance coach, he has developed several endurance athletes into USA Triathlon National qualifiers, International Triathlon Union World qualifiers, & a Boston Marathon qualifier.  Brad also competed at USAT Nationals and went on to compete at the 2012 ITU World Championships in New Zealand.

As a Physical Therapist, he not only treats weekend warriors and age-group athletes but also takes care of college, elite & professional athletes.  Brad received his Fellowship in Sports & Orthopedic manual therapy and is Adjunct Faculty at the Institute for Athlete Regeneration & is a Clinical Mentor for Evidence in Motion Fellowship.  He enjoys teaching and is active with several universities as a clinical instructor. In addition, he is a Guest Lecturer for the Methodist Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency programs and speaks frequently at community functions, health professional events, and physical therapy seminars.

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