Casey first became interested in the human body at a young age as he worked on his grandparent’s farm in rural Eastern Oregon, and continued after he started playing sports. Trying to keep up with his older relatives working on the farm and athletes on the field resulted in several chronic overuse syndromes. Countless physician visits, and physical rehabilitation hours, left Casey frustrated over his broken body. Casey pursued an education in the human body from biomechanics of human movement to DNA enhancement through exercise, so he could help individuals reduce the occurrence of injuries, enhance daily living, and restore the body to more natural movement patterns.
Casey returns to his wife’s hometown of Boise, after spending six year working in populations from paraplegics, diabetics, to D1 athletes and group fitness. He enjoys the outdoors, teaching at CWI and learning to MUNI (mountain unicycle).