Co-Director of Research for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Professor in Physical Therapy
B.S., University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
B.S., D.C., National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois
M.S., University of Kansas
Office: Berchmans 138
Dr. Bryan Bond received his B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo in Ontario. He earned his B.S. in Human Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees from the National University of Health Sciences, and spent several years in private practice before joining Cleveland Chiropractic College (CCC) in 2002.
While employed at CCC, Dr. Bond taught a variety of courses, including biomechanics, geriatrics, and management of musculoskeletal conditions, and he served as a Research Fellow at the Cleveland Research Center from 2007-2008.
After 10 years as teaching faculty at CCC, he accepted a full-time faculty position at the University of Saint Mary. Dr. Bond currently holds the rank of Professor, and is also the Director of Research in the Department of Physical Therapy at USM. Currently he instructs biomechanics, human imaging, and musculoskeletal assessment courses at USM.
Dr. Bond has a master's degree in Biomechanics from the University of Kansas, and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science from the University of Kansas Medical Center. His dissertation topic involves examining the central nervous system effects of spinal manipulation in low back pain patients using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Dr. Bond has presented post-graduate workshops for a number of professional state and national associations, including Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Maine, and Ohio.
Gregory, R.W., & Bond, B.M. (2011). Biomechanics of movement-related effort: effects of task. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 43(5): 612-613.
Bond, B.M., Cooper, S.R., Decanio, D., Pfefer, M.T. (2005). Chiropractic treatment of failed neck surgery syndrome with diversified-type spinal manipulation: a case report. J Chiro Ed 19(1): 3.
Bond BM. Central effects of spinal manipulation in chronic low back pain patients. Presented at 2nd Annual SMURF Meeting: Science and Math Undergraduate Research Forum, April, 2013, Leavenworth, Kansas.
Bond BM. Central effects of menthol-based topical analgesics on neuropathic pain: a randomized clinical trial. Presented at 14th Annual TRAC Meeting: Thera-Band Research Agenda Conference, July 2012, St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Bond BM. Effects of balance and strength training on postural sway in patients with neck pain: a randomized clinical trial. Presented at 14th Annual TRAC Meeting: Thera-Band Research Agenda Conference, July 2012, St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Bond BM, Cooper S, Decanio D, Pfefer M. Chiropractic treatment of failed neck surgery syndrome with diversified-type spinal manipulation: a case report. Presented at ACC-RAC 2005: Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference – “Emerging Research and Training”, March 2005, Las Vegas, Nevada.