Emily Ferree, PT, DPT
Emily Ferree received her B.S. in kinesiology from USC in 2013. During her time as an undergrad Emily competed on USC’s rowing team, walked on to USC’s soccer team, and graduated at the top of her major department. Emily went on to receive her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at USC where she earned three merit scholarships from the division, became a USC Town and Gown Scholar, earned the division’s Outstanding Scholarly Achievement Award, was awarded the Order of the Golden Cane, which is USC’s top honor for clinical excellence and leadership and graduated at the top of her class.
Emily has clinical experience working in acute care cardiac ICU, outpatient neurology, sports medicine, and neurodevelopmental pediatrics. In her final year of physical therapy school Emily completed a clinical rotation at Movement Performance Institute with Dr. Chris Powers where she performed biomechanical movement analysis evaluations using some of the latest technology in the industry to treat high-level athletes and complex sports injuries. Emily is also a certified Fibroblaster provider for the use of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization and has completed level 1 training in fascial manipulation.
Emily joins the Movement First team with a passion for the use of movement analysis in injury prevention and sport specific rehab. Emily is particularly interested in using biomechanics not only to treat and prevent injury, but also to improve performance in athletes to ensure their ability to continue to compete at the highest level possible.