LTC Tony Bare (ret) DPT, ATC, OCS

CURRICULUM VITAE

Anthony C. Bare, DPT, ATC, OCS
217 S 1st St 
Laramie, WY 82070
(307) 414-0352

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Baylor University​
Waco, Texas
Doctorate of Physical Therapy - 2008


U.S. Army-Baylor University Program in Physical Therapy
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Masters of Physical Therapy – 1994

University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming

Distinguished Honor Graduate

Bachelor of Science
Physical Education/Non-teaching – 1992


 MILITARY EDUCATION

Command and General Staff School - 2004
Combined Arms and Services Staff School - 2001
AMEDD Officer Advanced Course - 1999
AMEDD Officer Basic Course – 1992     

 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Bare Necessities Physical Therapy
217 S 1st St
Laramie, WY 82070
June 2015 - Present     
Physical Therapist

Dany’s Physical Therapy
5570 Powers Center Point
Colorado Springs, CO  80920
March 2016 – July 2017
Physical Therapist

Physiotherapy Associates
4025 Family Place
Colorado Springs, CO
February 2013 – February 2016
Physical Therapist

Synergy Manual Physical Therapy
4105 Briargate Pkwy #255
Colorado Springs, CO
February 2013 – September 2013
Physical Therapist

Evans Army Community Hospital
1650 Cochrane Circle
Ft. Carson, CO 
August 2012 – December 2012

Physical Therapist
Primary Home Health
1120 N. Circle Dr.#15
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
August 2012 – April 2017

Chief, Orthopedic and Rehab Services
Multinational Force and Observers
Sinai, Egypt
July 2011 – August 2012

Chief, Physical Therapy Services
Evans Army Community Hospital
1650 Cochrane Circle
Ft. Carson, CO  80913
July 2009 – July 2011

Chief, Physical Therapy Services
Ireland Army Community Hospital
851 Ireland Loop
Ft. Knox, KY  40121
April 2008 – July 2009

Brigade Physical Therapist
Camp Ramadi, Iraq (OIF V and VI)
C Company, 3rd BSB, 1stBCT, 3rdID
January 2007 – April 2008

Chief, Physical Therapy Services
Ireland Army Community Hospital
851 Ireland Loop
Ft. Knox, KY  40121
July 2006 – January 2007

Chief, Physical Therapy Services
Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital
1585 3rd Street
Fort Polk, LA  71459
August 2004 – June 2006

 Staff Physical Therapist
Tri-Parish Rehabilitation Hospital, LLC
8088 Hawks Road
Rosepine, LA  70659 (337) 462-8880
February 2005 – June 2006

Director, Sports Medicine World Class Athlete Program
Bldg 1662 McGrath Avenue
Fort Carson, CO  80913
July 2001 – August 2004

Staff Physical Therapist Training Consultant Center Training BDE
Brooke Army Medical Center
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
October 2000 - July 2001

Chief, Physical Therapy Clinic
115th Field Hospital
Camp Eagle Tuzla, Bosnia (SFOR 7)
March 2000 – September 2000

 
Education Coordinator (CCCE)
Brooke Army Medical Center
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
June 1997 – February 2000

Staff Physical Therapist
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital
Fort Campbell, Kentucky
July 1994 – June 1997

AWARDS
Surgeon General Award of 9A designator for elite clinical expertise 2009
Texas Top 10 Clinical Educator 1999

 
 CONTINUING EDUCATION

  • VM5:  Visceral Manipulation: Thorax, 32 hrs  -- March 2018
  • Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation, Great Lakes  16 hrs – May 2017
  • Immunity, Inflammation & the Gut Microbiota 6 hrs – March 2017 
  • VM3: Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen, Pelvis 32 hrs – Aug 2016 
  • VM2: Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen 2 32 hrs – April 2016 
  • Synergistic Dry Needling Level II, 28 hrs – Nov 2015 
  • Running Rehabilitation: An Integrative Approach to the Examination and Treatment of the At Risk Runner 14 hrs – October 2015 
  • VM1:  Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen 1 32 hrs – Aug 2015 
  • Treatment of Headaches 15 hrs – Febr 2015 
  • Childhood Developmental Disorders 6 hrs – Dec 2014 
  • E2 Extremity Integration 21 hrs – April 2014 
  • SFMA Certification 15 hrs – Aug 2013 
  • Functional Dry Needling Level I 27 hrs – Apr 2013 
  • Myofascial Release II 20 hrs – Jan/Feb 2012 
  • Fascial-Cervicothoracic Spine and Chest 20 hrs – May 2011 
  • S4-Pelvis Evaluation and Manipulation 30 hrs – Nov 2010 
  • Fascial-Pelvis, Myofascial Release 20 hrs – Dec 2009
  • Myofascial Release I 20 hrs – March 2009 
  • E1-Extremity Evaluation and Manipulation 30 hrs – May 2008 
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom:  Physical Therapy Operational Medicine in Theater 16 hrs – September 2007 
  • OIF/OEF Physical Therapy Operational Medicine in Theater 14 hrs – March 2007 
  • MF1-Myofascial Manipulation.  20 hrs – October 2006 
  • S2-Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of Pelvic, Lumbar, and Thoracic Spine Including Thrust.  21 hrs – January 2006. 
  • S3-Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Cranio-facial Region, Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine:  32 hrs – April 2005. 
  • S1-Introduction to Spinal Evaluation and Manipulation (Univ of St. Augustine):  40 hrs – June 2004. 
  • Kinesio Taping Fundamentals & Kinesio Taping for Upper & Lower Extremity Workshop (Progressive Rehab Concepts):  21 hrs – Oct ‘03 
  • Differential Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of the Shoulder (IAOM):  22.50 - 2003 
  • Non-Operative Medicine & Manual Therapy of the Hip (IAOM): 22.15 hrs - 2002 
  • Differential Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of the Wrist and Hand (IAOM): 22.50 hrs - 2001 
  • Clinical Ethics Course (TPTA): 2.0 hrs - 2001
  • The Running Course (North American Seminars): 15 hrs - 2001
  • Foot and Ankle Biomechanics and Orthotic Treatment Options - 2000  
  • Locomotor Biomechanics and Applied Orthotic Therapy - 1999   
  • A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics – 1998  
  • Advanced Clinical Instructor Course – 1998
  • Landing on Your Feet - 1998 
  • Grinders & Glue (Orthotic principles and fabrication) - 1998 
  • Advanced Evaluation and Treatment of the Spine for Physical Therapists - 1998 
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndromes – 1998 
  • Clinical Instructor Certification Course - 1997 
  • Army Medical Specialist Corps Research Course - 1997 
  • Orthotic Reaction Course – (UTHSC): 22.0 hrs - 1997 
  • Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society - 4.0 hrs - 1996 
  • The “Non-Sporting” Shoulder Course - (Peachtree Ortho): 8.5 hrs -  1996 
  • Pharmacology, Radiology, & Laboratory Values for the Physical Therapist – (Ortho Section APTA): 11.25 hrs - 1996
  • NMSE for Physical Therapy Officers – 72.0 hrs - 1996  
  • Basic Principles of Evaluation and Treatment of the Spine – 1995   


PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

State of Wyoming
Board of Physical Therapy Examiners

July 2017- Present

State of Colorado
Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
License:  8108
July 2002-October 2018


State of Louisiana
Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
License:  PT06716
January 2006 - December 2006

State of Texas

Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
License:  1126191
1998-2002

State of Tennessee
Division of Health Related Boards
License:  PT 4582
1994-1998

BOARD CERTIFICATION

Orthopedic Clinical Specialty
Certification #6495
June 2003


National Athletic Trainers’ Association
Certification #129402405
December 1994

 
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Physical Therapy Association #316687
August 2002 - Present

National Athletic Trainers’ Association #915173
Certification # 129402405
December 1994 - Present

 
 TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Thinking on Your Feet 2 Days- Brooks Rehab Center, Jacksonville, FL February 2019
  • Thinking on Your Feet 2 days – Cheyenne, WY April 2018
  • Thinking on Your Feet 2 days – Colorado Springs July 2017 
  • Thinking on Your Feet 2 days – Pueblo Colorado June 2017 
  • Normal Gait, Malalignments and Orthotic Fabrication (2.5days) – Washington Physical Therapy Association, Ft. Lewis, WA – 2011 
  • Normal Gait, Malalignments and Orthotic Fabrication (2.5days) – Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA Provider), Ft. Sam Houston, TX – 2010 
  • Normal Gait, Malalignments and Orthotic Fabrication (2days) – Kentucky Physical Therapy Association (KPTA Provider #200-IPKPTA-08), Ft. Knox, KT – 2009 
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom:  Deployment Orthotic Intervention in a Deployed Setting 8 hrs – September 2007 
  • Normal Gait, Malalignments and Orthotic Fabrication (2 days) – West Point Sports Medicine Residency, Ft. Carson, CO - 2003
  • Normal Gait, Malalignments and Orthotic Fabrication (2 days) - Hawaii Physical Therapy Association, Oahu, HI – 2003, 2005 
  • Normal Gait, Malalignments and Orthotic Prescription (2 days) - For Air Force and Army physical therapists in Colorado Springs area.  Colorado Springs, CO - 2002 
  • Etiology of Foot Pain (1 day) – 2000 CEU for Health Care Providers deployed to Bosnia during SFOR 7. Tuzla, Bosnia 
  • Guest Lecturer to the Brooke Army Medical Center Orthopedic Residency on Normal Gait and Malalignments (3days) - 2000, 2002 San Antonio, TX 
  • Guest Lecturer Tricare Region IX Continuing Education Series 
  • Orthotic Treatment Options for Lower Extremity Pathology (2days) – 1999 San Diego, CA
  • Guest Lecturer to University of Texas Health Science Center
    Graduate Physical Therapy Program (4hrs)  Normal Gait – 1999 San Antonio, TX
  • Guest Lecturer to U.S. Military Dietetic Internship Consortium  Principles of Fitness and Sport’s Rehab – 1999 (4hrs)  Fort Sam Houston, TX
  • Guest Lecturer to Army-Baylor Graduate Physical Therapy Program 
  • Locomotion – 1999, 2001 (10hrs)
  • Abnormal Gait – 1999, 2001 (10 hrs) 
  • Treatment Options:  Foot and Ankle – 1999 (2 hrs)
  • Principles of Training and Injury Prevention – 1997, 1998 (3hrs)
  • Treatment Options:  Foot and Ankle – 1998 (2hrs)
  • Orthotic Management for LE Pathology – 1998  (1 day)  
  • Center Coordinator Clinical Education 1997-2000  Graduate/Undergraduate PT Students and PTA Students Brooke Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston, TX   
  • Wyoming Athletic Trainer Association Symposium  Research Presentation:  Phonophoresis
  • Prevention and Management of Rotator Cuff Pathology  Laramie, WY – 1995 (1day)
  • Clinical Instructor 1995-1997  Graduate/Undergraduate PT Students  Blanchfield Army Community Hospital  Fort Campbell, KY 


TRAINING CAMPS

  • All Army Boxing 2001, Head Trainer
  • All Army Wrestling 2001, 2002, 2003 Assistant Trainer
  • All Army Tae Kwon Do 2002, 2003
  • Armed Forces Tae Kwon Do 2003, 2003
  • Armed Forces Volleyball 2003
  • Armed Forces Softball 2003
  • Military World Cup Tae Kwon Do 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010


 

VOLUNTEER SERVICE


  • 2017-present The Downtown Clinic, Laramie, WY PhysicalTherapist 
  • 2009-2011 Physical Therapy services for Colorado Springs Christian Church
  • 2009-2011 Athletic Training for Doherty High School
  • 2009 Camp Counselor for American Diabetes Association Diabetic Camp
  • 2006-2009 Athletic training for Fort Knox High School
  • 2004-2006 Athletic training for Leesville High School
  • 2001-2004 Athletic training for Fountain Fort Carson High School
  • 1994-1997 Athletic training for Fort Campbell High School


 
PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Sutlive GS, Mitchell SD, Maxfield SN, McLean CL, Neumann JC, Swiecki CR, Hall RC, Bare AC, Flynn TW:  Identification of Individuals With Patellofemoral Pain Whose Symptoms Improved After a Combined Program of Foot Orthosis Use and Modified Activity:  A Preliminary Investigation.  Physical Therapy, 84(1):  49-61, 2004.

 

Girrbach RT, Flynn TW, Browder DA, Guffie KL, Moore JH, Masullo LN, Bare AC, Bradley Y: Flexural wave propagation velocity and bone mineral density in females with tibial bone stress injuries vs. age-matched controls.  Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 31(2): 54-69, 2001.

 

Bare AC, McAnaw MB, Pritchard AE, Struebing JG, Smutok MA, Christie DS, Domenech MA, Bare MA, Bloodworth ML, Seal LA.  Phonophoretic Delivery of 10%Hydrocortisone Through the Epidermis of Humans as Determined By Serum Cortisol Concentrations.  Physical Therapy Journal. 76(7): 738-749, July 1996.