Murchison Complex Office
Physical Therapy, Motor Behavior, Neurophysiology
Maury is a 1995 Westmont alumnus. Currently, he teaches Motor Behavior and has also taught Biomechanics, Therapeutic Exercise & Modalities, and Research. His academic emphasis and research is in the neuromechanics of human movement. Maury's clinical specialty is technological analysis, manual therapies and applied motor control/learning for the optimization of human movement and prevention of injury.
Maury founded the Research Institute of Human Movement (RIHM), a non-profit organization, which partners with colleges/universities in forming research "teams" to produce original manuscripts for publication on human movement topics that relate to "quality of life" and "performance". Maury is also the founder of several other companies within the movement science industry with which he spends time administrating and treating patients.