Verrelle graduated from Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio in 2014 with Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. After graduating from Copley High school in 2005, Verrelle received a scholarship to run cross country and track at Campbell University in North Carolina, where he received his bachelors degree in Exercise Science.
Verrelle has worked in numerous clinical settings treating patients of all ages. Verrelle is a Certified Integrative Dry Needling Specialist (CIDN), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), and Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Verrelle has continued his education and training with specialties in Active Release Technique (ART) of the lower extremity, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), and became a certified Yoga 200 level instructor in 2019.
Verrelle Wyatt, Physical Therapist
Outside of the office, Verrelle loves to run and has competed in distances from the mile up to the 50k. In 2019, Verrelle took 1st place in the Canton Marathon and 2nd place in the 2017 Akron Marathon. He’s also taken 2nd place in the USATF National 50k Championships and continues to compete at a high level. Verrelle is an ambassador for Lululemon Akron and loves giving back and helping his community. “Treat the Cause, Not the Symptom” is a quote that Verrelle lives and practices by in order to improve function and the quality of living.
2005, Copley High School, High School Diploma
2010, Campbell University, B.S. Exercise Science
2014, Walsh University, Doctor of Physical Therapy
A Systematic Review Of Outcome Tools Used To Measure Lower Leg Conditions. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy 2013
Potential Caveats In The Use Of Interpretability Of Outcome Measures. Physical Therapy Reviews 2014
2016, Certified Exercise Specialist (CES), NASM
2016, Peformance Enhancement Specialist (PES), NASM
2017, Certified Intergrative Dry Needling Specialist (CIDN), Intergrative Dry Needling
2019, Registered Yoga Instructor (RYT-200), Yoga Alliance