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Executive Team | Tim Bonack

Tim Bonack, PT, DOMP(C) Co-Owner, Manual Edge Physiotherapy

Tim grew up in the small town of Waupun, Wisconsin and graduated with his Physical Therapy (PT) degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin in 1984. He moved to Colorado shortly after graduating so he could follow his passion and ‘ski the Rockies.’ Tim worked for 6 years at 3 different Physical Therapy clinics in the Colorado Springs area. In 1990, he co-founded Spineworks Physiotherapy, a successful clinic that he operated for 19 years. In 2009, Tim opened Manual Edge Physiotherapy to ensure that his style of Manual Physical Therapy practice could continue to serve patients in El Paso County.

In 2003, Tim completed his Doctorate of Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP) from the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, Ontario. Tim’s Osteopathic Manual Therapy and Physical Therapy degrees have enabled Tim to attain a depth of knowledge and expertise to excel at utilizing a variety of Manual Therapy techniques to treat patients with complex pain. Tim enjoys treating patients with back and neck pain, migraine headaches and facial pain, concussion, TMJ/jaw pain, and abdominal pain. He particularly enjoys treating difficult pain cases that have not responded to other types of treatment.

Tim is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Academy of Osteopathy. He is a member of the International Jury at the Canadian College of Osteopathy and has functioned as a thesis reader for the college. Tim holds an adjunct faculty position as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Tim has taught numerous courses on Osteopathic Manual Therapy to a variety of health care practitioners along the front range. He enjoys training therapists in the utilization of these gentle yet powerful techniques and routinely offers training for the therapists at Manual Edge.

In his spare time, Tim enjoys spending time with his wife Zoe, and his two adult children, Bryan and Kristi. He also enjoys biking in the mountains, hiking, travel and finding the next “Big Adventure” with his wife Zoe.

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