Cody earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, with minors in Exercise/ Sports Studies and Sociocultural Linguistics, from The University of California— Santa Barbara. While at UCSB, Cody volunteered in numerous physical therapy settings, discovering a passion for helping people optimize movement while bringing a human touch to the medical field.
Cody’s background in martial arts influenced his passion for human movement and teaching. At Columbia University, Cody participated in the advanced Orthopedics track and was involved with many service opportunities. He taught martial arts to children with disabilities, helped establish and maintain a children’s exercise program in in Washington Heights, and brought physical therapy and musical theater to children in hospitals.
He has had the opportunity to treat in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, and school-based pediatrics. He has experience treating several patient populations, including children with special needs, post-stroke, post-surgical, geriatrics, and athletes. Cody believes physical therapy works best when it is individualized and collaborative, a team effort to help individuals achieve their personal goals.
Cody is passionate about music, food, and trivia. In his free time, Cody likes to read, play basketball, lift weights, and cook. A southern California native, Cody enjoys returning to the Golden State to visit his family and friends and soak up the sunshine.