Renowned local orthopedic surgeon and philanthropist, Dr. John Cory, is expanding his business, The Arizona Institute of Motion, from Glendale to North Scottsdale. Dr. Cory has joined forces with Podiatrist, Dr. Albert Eulano and will expand services to include achilles tendon reconstruction, diabetic foot and ankle problems, foot and ankle reconstruction, neuropathic fractures and sports injuries of the foot and ankle.

The pair has renovated a 3,000 sq. foot office with over a quarter of a million dollars and will officially open Dec. 1, 2018. The Arizona Institute of Motion aims to combine the art and science of motion and has successfully served some of the Valley’s top athletes for over 20 years.

“Our office is a fun place and I try to treat every patient as if they were my family. I work hard to make sure that the treatment you get is the treatment you need,” said Dr. Cory.

Dr. John Cory has been the official doctor for athletes and teams including the Arizona Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Coyotes, Arizona State University, USA Gymnastics, USA Rugby, Ballet Arizona, Phoenix Rising youth program and more. He is innovating medical biotechnology with his current ankle brace study. The brace is sourced from Australia and new to the United States. He is currently working biomedical engineering students to understand how we can add movement to the rehabilitation process.

Local philanthropic ties include sponsorship of three student-athletes for the youth program of Phoenix Rising, Operation Hope Mission to Nigeria where he performed the first orthopedic surgery in the area, and involvement in the Andy Hull Sunshine Foundation advocating for suicide awareness.

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