Kory completed his bachelor’s degree in health science at the University of Nevada, Reno in 1999, and he earned his master’s degree in physical therapy at Nova Southeastern University in 2002. In addition, he has completed a certification in the McKenzie Method, which focuses on the assessment, treatment and prevention of back, neck, and extremity injuries.
Upon becoming a licensed physical therapist, Kory joined Plumas Physical Therapy in 2003, buying the practice in 2005. Kory’s focus is on helping his patients get results that allow them to return to a more active lifestyle and doing what they love to do.
Kory has also continued his physical therapy education in spinal rehabilitation, including manual therapies for the cervical and lumbar spine, as well as extremity integration with a functional analysis of the pelvis and hips.
Whether recovering from an injury or surgery or just a decline in their function, each patient presents a unique treatment opportunity. Kory uses manual therapy techniques and specific exercise programs to assist his patients in achieving their health goals.
With an extensive background in orthopedic and manual therapies, as well as home health and transitional care, Kory brings nearly 20 years of practical treatment experience to the job. His approach to treatment is to craft a program of care that meets patients where they are.
Kory is active in community life, contributing his time to youth and college sports. He also enjoys spending time with his family. Boating and hanging out at Bucks Lake are favorite summer pastimes, while snowmobiling is a winter passion. He also enjoys time spent traveling.