Dr. Mark Barnes
Founder and President BarkyHealth
Dr. Mark Barnes is an Exercise Physiologist and Doctor of Physical Therapy with over 30 years of clinical experience. The son on John F. Barnes PT, visionary and leading expert in myofascial release, Mark followed in his father’s footsteps to advance and innovate care delivery and business models in the field of physical therapy.
Fascial Fitness Coach, ELDOA Trainer, HLC
With over 25 years of personal experience and coaching 1000’s of clients, Nikki has discovered that addressing fascia and nervous system health is the key to deep cellular healing. She combines science, experience, and wisdom to curate customized paths for her clients while addressing breathing, stress, movement, nutrition, hydration, and sleep.
Dr. Mark Aloia
Psychologist, Leading expert in behavior change
Dr. Aloia is Associate Professor of Medicine at National Jewish Health in Denver, CO. He has also been on the faculty at the University of Rochester and at Brown University as a prominent health researcher. Dr. Aloia has studied health behavior change for the past 25 years and maintains NIH funding with over $15M in funding to study health behavior change.
Explore the evidence and deep science of myofascial release
This theoretical and clinical approach asks the provider to reflect on their view of the body; how it is structured, functions, and communicates. It involves a conceptual shift from a biological systems infrastructure model to a self- organizing cybernetic biological systems model.
Patient empowerment, better self-management, and cost savings
For most cases, LBP is a relatively straightforward problem of posture, strength, and awareness. Telehealth solves these problems by giving providers the capabilities they need to better support their patients and gives patients the personalized tools, information, and access to the professional guidance they need to more effectively self-manage their condition.
Enabling patients outside the clinic walls improves outcomes and satisfaction
The Telespine program reduced the cost of low back pain, dramatically promoted employee participation, greatly improved therapeutic outcomes, and significantly increases patient satisfaction higher than traditional office-based physical therapy care alone.