Russell Foley received his Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University Medical School, Programs in Physical Therapy. He has been involved in out-patient orthopedics evaluation and treatment for most of his career. During that time, he has also served as faculty member at Georgia State University, Division of Physical Therapy, as an Assistant Professor at Rocky Mountain University in the Orthopedic Doctorate program, and an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at Mercer University in the College of Health Professions. He has served as civilian consultant to the United States Air Force on pain management and musculoskeletal evaluation and treatment. He is also a member of the Neurodynamic Solution teaching faculty based out of Australia with emphasis on pain sciences and mobilization of the nervous system. He has also authored several chapters and papers on pain management modalities and a book on orthopedic manual therapy. Recently, he has received his Impact Certification for concussion management and concussion-focused rehabilitation protocols.