Dr. Fowler is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic (PCC) in Davenport, Iowa. He received the Salutatorian honor as well as receiving the Presidential Scholar award while earning summa cum laude honors. At PCC, he worked in the Rehabilitation and Sports Injury Department as an intern, gaining valuable knowledge in rehabilitative science and sports medicine. He also took part in a Clinic Abroad trip to Bahia, Brazil, where a temporary clinic was set up to provide basic health care service and chiropractic care to the people of an underprivileged region.
Dr. Fowler’s clinical focus, in addition to disorders of the spine and pelvis, is on conservative management of cumulative trauma disorders, sports medicine and functional progressive rehabilitation. He specializes in conservative management injuries sustained to the overhead athlete and endurance athletes.Prior to graduating from PCC, Dr. Fowler earned B.S. degrees in Exercise Physiology/Kinesiology and Biochemistry from Kansas State University, in Manhattan, Kansas.
Professionally, Dr. Fowler is a practitioner on the Pro Beach Volleyball Tour or Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP; www.avp.com) tour and makes travels to California to treat the athletes during tour events.
Dr. Fowler is an M3 certified provider of the Graston Technique (www.grastontechnique.com), which yields superior treatment outcomes to various conditions of the spine and extremities. He currently is obtaining his Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) credentials. He continues to participate in numerous post-graduate training and education seminars so that he can better himself as a practitioner and provide the latest tools and information to his patients.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Fowler is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys skiing, hiking, cycling, camping, fishing/hunting, playing softball and being an active supporter of all of Denver’s professional teams. He also enjoys tae kwon do and was an active competitor during his college years.