MEET ROB COWELL, PT
If I could go back in time, meet my three-year-old self and tell him that one day he'd be a physical therapist who wrote books and created videos and courses about health and exercise, I don't think he'd be surprised. That little boy was already fascinated by the way muscles, nerves and organs work together to sustain life and create movement. Soon he would become a teenage athlete who was somehow more intrigued by the process of building strength and fitness than the actual sports competitions themselves, and he already knew by the age of 16 that he wanted to be a physical therapist.
That teenager would become a therapist so passionate to help his chronic pain patients that he'd travel all over the country, taking six seminars per year so that he could offer relief his patients couldn't find anywhere else. When he realized that manual therapy and traditional therapeutic exercise weren't giving a full solution for his patients he was off on another journey, taking a job across the country so that he could find the best exercise methods to fit into his program and provide a more complete answer for the people he was taking care of.