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Rory Cordial, DPT, CSCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Base Locations:
Cordial Physical Therapy, Missoula, MT
Saddlebrook Training Center, Tampa, FL

Rory graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Idaho with a B.S. in Sports Science. He then attended Physical Therapy School at the University of Montana and obtained his Clinical Doctorate (D.P.T) in May of 2007.

Throughout his undergraduate studies, Rory competed in Division I football as a quarterback. His passion for athletics and strong academic foundation fueled his career in physical therapy. In December of 2003, Rory became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), enhancing his knowledge of injury prevention through physical training.

Starting in May 2007, Rory began working as a personal physical therapist and performance coach for Mardy Fish, the third ranked tennis player within the US Men's Circuit. Through a complex integration of physical therapy and sports enhancement training, Rory successfully rehabilitated Mardy from several injuries and guided him through competition at Wimbledon and an extensive hard court season, including the US Open. In 2008, Rory worked full-time with Mardy throughout the entire tennis season. Mardy had an exceptional year in 2008 jumping from #98 in the world to a year end ranking of #23. Mardy is injury free and in great shape looking forward to an even better season in 2009.

Prior to working with Mardy, Rory spent nine months at Athletes' Performance, a world class training center located in Tempe, Arizona. During this time he worked with a variety of elite athletes including multiple 1st Round NFL Draft picks, NFL Pro Bowl players, MLB, NHL, LPGA, and PGA athletes. Rory has also worked as a performance coach at Speed Works, an annual summer camp led by Cordial Physical Therapy. Working alongside Troy McDonough and Tim Cordial, Rory led an effort to educate local collegiate and high school athletes on injury prevention strategies as well as performance enhancement training. Athletes were instructed on a variety of training principles from dynamic drills, sprint and absolute speed mechanics, to strength and power development.