Dr. Chris Towler is a faculty member at Clarkson University in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. He is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatrics (certified CSCS and CEEAA). He is also a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Physical Therapy. His primary teaching area is cardiopulmonary physical therapy and exercise science, with teaching roles in geriatrics, basic sciences, clinical skills and orthopedics. He has a special interest in bone health. His research focuses on geriatric physical therapy, fall prevention, and identification of those with a primarily in the home-care setting.risk of falling related to their cardiovascular fitness. He also he sees patients in the Canton-Potsdam area,
The Fall 2017 second year Physical Therapy students (Karly Lindroth-Yates, Ricardo Pacheco, Kristen Orlandini, and Jennifer Shields) have completed 4 of the 8 semesters within the program including general sciences, cardiopulmonary, orthopedic, neuromuscular and multiple systems disorders physical therapy, as well as one full time clinical placement.
Fall 2017 - Building Better Bones [F-17-10]
Spring 2016 - SAIL: Stay Active and Independent for Life [S-16-52]
Spring 2015 - Building Better Bones: Levels 1 & 2 - Group A [S-15-11]