Brad Corr, PT, DPT, is the Associate Director of Physical Rehabilitation at the Center for Human Performance Optimization, part of Boys Town’s Institute for Human Neuroscience. He is a physical therapist by training with years of experience working with individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities across the lifespan. He pairs his clinical care expertise with equal experience in developing research and therapeutic interventions to support children with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities. He uses a unique approach in applying the latest mobility research directly to clinical care so that every child and adolescent can have a breakthrough in optimizing their performance.
- Nebraska Wesleyan University, B.S., 2002
- University of Nebraska Medical Center, DPT, 2007
Doctorate, Physical Therapy
- Surkar SM, Harbourne R,
Corr B, Arpin D, & Kurz MJ. (2020). Exploration of a novel physical therapy protocol that uses a sensory substitution device to improve the standing postural balance of children with balance disorders.
Physiotherapy Theory & Practice, 2, 1-11. PMID: 32615828
- Hoffman RM,
Corr B, Stuberg WA, Arpin DJ, & Kurz MJ. (2017). Changes in lower extremity strength may be related to the walking speed improvements in children with cerebral palsy after gait training.
Research in Developmental Disabilities, 73, 14-20. PMID: 29245044
- Kurz MJ, Wilson TW,
Corr B, & Volkman KG. (2012). Neuromagnetic activity of the somatosensory cortices associated with body weight-supported treadmill training in children with cerebral palsy.
Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 36(4), 166-172. PMID: 22743850
- Kurz MJ,
Corr B, Stuberg W, Volkman KG, & Smith N. (2011). Evaluation of lower body positive pressure supported treadmill training for children with cerebral palsy.
Pediatric Physical Therapy, 23(3), 232-239. PMID: 21829114