Patrick Bodnar is a chiropractor and educator with a special interest in advanced functional assessment protocols, innovative adjustment techniques, and performance-related clinical exercise. He has refined his clinical focus to care for patients with headaches, neck and back pain, balance and mobility deficiencies, sports specific injuries, and certain neurological deficits as well as those interested in proactive care such athletic performance, biomechanical support for pregnancy, functional fitness, and general wellbeing.
In 2002, he was invited to join Parker University and in 2011 was appointed as the Director of Clinics.
Dr. Bodnar continues to lecture on a variety of topics, including: business methods, patient communication systems, functional assessment and treatment protocols, and advanced neuromuscular reeducation. He has also presented seminar-based and continuing education material throughout the United States and in Canada.
Dr. Bodnar has received many awards and honors from the Parker University student body, his treatment plan work was sited in a commendation from the Council on Chiropractic Education Commission of Accreditation, and in 2009 he received a Chiropractor of the Year award from Parker Seminars and Alumni of the Year from the Parker Alumni Association.