NEIL BOWLER

 
 
Qualifications
BSc (Physio); Grad Dipl Manip Therapy (Curtin) and Sports Physiotherapy; MSc (Manipulative Therapy),

Area of Expertise
Spinal Manipulation

Courses
The Spinal Manips Course

 

Neil Bowler qualified as a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in the UK in 1982. After graduation he worked for the National Health Service for 3 years and then as a physiotherapist in the coal mining industry for one year. In 1986 he moved to Perth in Western Australia where he worked in private practice.

At Curtin University, he completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy in 1988 and a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy in 1994. In 1999 and 2000, he was a clinical supervisor on the Master of Manipulative Therapy course at Curtin University.  Neil returned to the UK in 2002 to teach on the BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy and MSc Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy programmes at Sheffield Hallam University. Since 2004 he has taught on the BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy programme at Oxford Brookes University. He also teaches on short continuing professional development courses in the UK for Manual Therapy Courses and has been an invited tutor on numerous spinal manual therapy courses internationally.

In 2009 Neil successfully completed specialization examinations to be admitted as a Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists. In the same year he was awarded a Master of Science in Manipulative Therapy and his investigation into the effect of a simulated manipulation position on internal carotid and vertebral artery blood flow in healthy individuals was published in 2011. Neil is currently involved with a research project investigating the effects of Mulligan techniques in the cervical spine. He shares his time between teaching, research and working in his private practice in Witney, Oxfordshire.

To read up more on Neil Bowler and his manips course click here and to peruse his CV click here.

 
FEATURED COURSES
Oct
11
Healthcare therapists, during the practice of their profession, are often confronted with problems that might have been caused through iatrogenic injury, or perhaps the therapist, being part of the health team, may from time to time advise members of the health team on appropriate pharmacotherapy interventions. For these reasons it is therefore necessary for healthcare therapists to have a current and appropriate pharmacotherapy platform.
Start Date & Time :  Oct 11 2014 9:00AM
End Date & Time :  Oct 11 2014 2:00PM
Organiser :  Dr George Muntingh
Location :  Joburg
Seats :  30
Cost :  R 1,300.00
Oct
17
Dry Needling is a cost effective and efficient technique for the treatment of myofascial pain and dysfunction.
It is based on western anatomical and neurophysiological principles and should not be confused with the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique of acupuncture (Travell & Simons 1999).
Start Date & Time :  Oct 17 2014 2:00PM
End Date & Time :  Oct 19 2014 5:00PM
Organiser :  Billy Byrne
Location :  Enable Ireland, Cork
Seats :  26
Cost :  £ 515.00
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THE ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT COURSE with Dr Andre Sorger - Jo'burg, Durban and Cape-Town in 2011
KINESIOLOGY TAPING COURSES with Jacqui McCord-Uys - Joburg & Cape Town
TMJ Course uk 2013
Why Sports Stars Love Ice Baths
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