Terry got his bachelors of science degree with a double major in psychology and biology from University of Nebraska-Kearney in 1975. He got his graduate degree in physical therapy from the University of Iowa in 1977, with an advanced masters of health science degree in orthopedic physical therapy from University of Indianapolis in 1995. He completed a 2 year residency in Manual and Medical Exercise Therapy in 2000 and became a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) that same year. He is currently one of only two Fellows in Nebraska. In 2011 he started work on his DPT from Regis University in Denver and is 9 hours short from completion. Terry has managed orthopedic outpatient therapy clinics in South Bend, IN since 1980 as well as serving in a clinical specialist role. He has taught continuing education courses locally, regionally and national level for over 35 years in the areas of manual therapy, medical exercise and PNF: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation. He has specialized in treatment of the spine, but his experience base and training include all musculoskeletal conditions. His wife is also a physical therapist. Prior to their move to Lincoln, he and his wife also ran a martial arts school in South Bend. Terry is currently a 5th degree black belt in karate, as well as a 1st degree black belt in hojutsu ryu. He and his wife hope to continue their teaching tradition here in Lincoln. He moved to Lincoln in 2018 and is currently working part time at LPTR.