Thinking on Your Feet
Tony was raised in Mitchell, Nebraska and received his sports medicine training at the University of Wyoming. He then joined the Army and completed the Army-Baylor Masters of Physical Therapy program in 1994. In 2008 he went back to Baylor to earn his doctorate in physical therapy. Tony received his Certification in Athletic Training in 1994 and a certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2003.
Tony has worked with Olympic caliber athletes all over the world. He is recognized nationally as a subject matter expert in biomechanics of walking, running and orthotic fabrication. He is also a myofascial therapist and was recognized by the Surgeon General in 2009 as one of the best clinicians in the military.
Tony was the military’s subject matter expert in biomechanics and orthotic intervention for 14 of his 20-year military career. Since 1996 he has attended more than 120 hours of continuing education on gait and orthotics and has been teaching continuing education courses since 1999 when he re-wrote 32 hours of course work for Baylor’s Physical Therapy program. Tony retired from the Army after 20 years as a Combat Veteran.
You can read more about Tony and his practice at www.barephysicaltherapy.com
LTC Tony Bare (ret) DPT, ATC, OCS