Bill Bowling, Physical Therapist
Manual therapy, exercise, microcurrent electrical stimulation, spine care education, and biomagnetic therapy. BS degrees in Health Ed and Physical Therapy; DPT, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, 2009. Member APTA, FPTA
During his 36 years of practice, Dr. Bowling has studied under some of the leaders in the field, including Grimsby, Mennell, McKenzie, Upledger, G. Johnson, Woodman, Pare, Sahrmann, and McMakin. He is certified to teach the entry-level workshop on Microcurrent Pain Systems (MPS) as developed by B. Hocking, DAc. He completed certification in Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) in 2012 and has taught manual therapy to FAMU Physical Therapy students. Bill uses his extensive manual therapy and exercise background to teach patients how to restore and maintain musculoskeletal health with appropriate home follow-up. In 2012 he completed the Level 2 Biomagnetism course as taught by I. G. Duran, MD, and is integrating this into his practice.
1425 Village Square Blvd., Suite 3
License & Associations: PT0002795 Member APTA, FPTA
Education: BS degrees in Health Education and Physical Therapy DPT, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Professional Abbreviations: PT, DPT
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