Learn About Dr. Smith

Dr. Cory Smith, PT, DPT is a highly accomplished professional with a strong background in physical therapy and a passion for promoting health and performance. Originally from Memphis, TN, he attended Rhodes College, where he excelled academically and played basketball while pursuing his bachelor’s degree.

After a successful period of playing professional basketball in Europe, Cory dedicated himself to advancing his expertise in physical therapy. He pursued and earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the prestigious University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Florida, with a specialized focus on manual therapy.

Since completing his DPT in 2014, Cory has built an extensive and diverse career, practicing in eight different states and various settings. His experience spans treating individuals with a wide range of orthopedic and medical conditions, contributing to his comprehensive understanding of patient care.

With a history as a lifelong athlete, Cory approaches his therapeutic practice with a holistic mindset. He advocates a multifaceted approach to health, encompassing diet, lifestyle, and exercise. His therapeutic interventions are targeted at addressing impairments and enhancing movement patterns to improve overall mobility and function, ultimately enhancing his patients’ quality of life.

Committed to ongoing professional growth, Cory continuously pursues further education and certifications to stay at the forefront of advancements in physical therapy. This dedication enables him to better serve and support others in their journey towards improved health and well-being.

In his free time, you can find Cory engaging in activities such as Crossfit and basketball, and enjoying dance parties with his wife and daughter.

What is Osteopractic?

An Osteopractor is a Physical Therapist, Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathic medicine that has completed an extensive, evidence-based post graduate training in manual therapy for the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular conditions of the spine and extremities. Only after completing the intensive training program consisting of Dry Needling series, Spinal Manipulation course work, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Extremity Manipulation and Differential Diagnosis and Multi-Modal Management as well as passing strict written, practical and oral exams, will the clinician earn the Diploma in Osteopractic and be able to call themselves an Osteopractor.