Korryn Wiese Physical Therapist, CMPT
Korryn Wiese has worked full time in orthopedics/sports medicine since June of 1988. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Utah and is certified as a Manual Physical Therapist through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapists. Korryn has worked in Colorado, Hawaii (Maui), and Utah. She was part of McKay Dee Sports Medicine in Ogden, Utah for 15 years until she opened her own private practice, “Body Tune”, located in South Ogden, Utah. For the past two years, Korryn has also taught manual therapy at the University of Utah PT School as an adjunct faculty member.
Korryn grew up in Layton, Utah where she was a part of the 1981 State Champion Layton High girls’ basketball team which went undefeated for 21 games. Over the years, she has participated in short triathlons, 1/2 marathons, and many team sports. Today she stays active and enjoys a variety of sports. Korryn’s experience in athletics has brought her the deeper understanding needed to help the athletes she works with.
As a physical therapist, Korryn has helped a variety of people with a variety of backgrounds, but she enjoys working with runners and really understands the injuries and problems that many runners deal with. Korryn has worked with runners since 1991 (including going to the US Olympic trials with Paul Pilkington and Ed Eyestone). Korryn has been a part of the medical support for marathons, Xterra races, triathlons, world cup races, and the 2002 Olympics. Korryn has a real passion for biomechanics and through this passion, along with her experience and knowledge in her field, she is able to help runners on a daily basis.