Thursday, May 6, 2021 - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Virtual- Zoom

Whether you're working in an office, on a job site, or on your couch, the stress of the day can take a toll on our bodies! Dr. John Jowers ’05 has noticed an uptick in patients afflicted with increased neck or back pain due after transitioning to a full-time WFH set-up. Dr. Jowers will reveal some of the most recent science behind physical activity and exercise, the effect of the pandemic on our bodies, and easy ways to become stronger. Not just physically stronger; mentally, socially, and spiritually as well. 

Dr. Jowers is a Maryland grad, class of 2005. He is a physical therapist, board certified in sports medicine. He is also a strength & conditioning coach. He is the head physical therapist at Launch in Rockville, MD. Nationally & internationally recognized, he has been featured in various publications, medical conferences, and TV productions, including the Washington Post, NBC4, and Fox 5. He offers a variety of healthcare management services including dry needling, myofascial release, spinal manipulation, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, personal training, video gait & throwing analysis, and nutritional counseling. 

RSVP by: 
May 6
Contact: 

Mary Bathon | mbathon@umd.edu