A Continuing Education course for PTS

CURRICULUM VITAE


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 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  80913    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- Jacksonville, FL  March 2020 


Thinking on Your Feet 2 days- Cheyenne- February 2020 


Thinking on Your Feet 2 days- Gillette, WY- March 2019 


Thinking on Your Feet 2 days-  San Antonio- March 2019


Thinking on Your Feet 2 days- 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 
2019-present Team Doctor WYO Elite Competitive Cheer Laramie, WY 
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.