Geoffrey Bove

Geoffrey Bove, DC, PhD, is a graduate of Hampshire College, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  Dr. Bove's research interests broadly include the mechanisms and effects of manual therapies on painful conditions such as radiating pain, postoperative pain, and repetitive motion disorders.  A major focus is on pain due to neural inflammation, including effects on autonomic axons, with an eye towards homeostasis.  He has published manuscripts in such venues as Journal of Physiology, JAMA, Journal of Neurophysiology, Neuroscience, and Journal of Comparative Anatomy.  He serves on various grant and manuscript review panels, and presents his research world wide.

Education

BA

Hampshire College

1984

PhD

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

1994

DC

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

1988

Board Certifications and Licenses

National Board of Chiropractic Examiniers

Maine Board of Chiropractic Licensure

Post-Doctoral Training

Neurosurgery

Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School

Boston

Massachusetts

Post-Doctoral Training

Anesthesia

Beth Israel / Harvard Medical School

Boston

Massachusetts

Expertise

Neurobiology

neuropathic pain

pain of endometriosis

human anatomy

neuromusculoskeletal diseases

homeostasis.

Research

Current Research

The research in my laboratory is focused on understanding how inflammation affects nerves.  Also, we are studying the effects and mechanisms of actions of manual therapy on common painful disorders.

Research Interests

Mechanisms of pain and mechanisms of visceral imbalance caused by inflammation of nerves.

Selected Publications

Bibliography

Original Articles

Bove GM, Light AR.  Unmyelinated nociceptors of rat paraspinal tissues.  Journal of Neurophysiology 73:1752-1762, 1994

Bove GM, Light AR.  Calcitonin gene-related peptide and peripherin immuno-reactivity in nerve sheaths.  Somatosensory and Motor Research 12:49-57, 1995

Weber JR, Angstwurm K, Bove GM, Bürger W, Einhäupl KM, Dirnagl U, Moskowitz MA.  The trigeminal nerve augments regional cerebral blood flow during experimental bacterial meningitis.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 16:1319-1324, 1996

Bove GM, Moskowitz, MA.  Primary afferent neurons innervating guinea pig dura.  Journal of Neurophysiology 77:299-308, 1997

Bove GM.  Acute neuropathy after exposure to sun in a patient treated with St John’s Wort. Lancet 352, 1121-1123, 1998

Bove GM, Nilsson N. Spinal manipulation in the treatment of episodic tension-type headache: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Medical Association 280:1576-1579, 1998 (Subsequent letters to the editor and our response appeared in JAMA 1999; 282:231-233)

Sauer SK*, Bove GM*, Averbeck B, Reeh PW.  Rat peripheral nerve tissues release calcitonin gene-related peptide and prostaglandin E2 in response to chemical and electrical stimuli.  Neuroscience 91:319-325, 1999 (*This is a shared first author publication)

Bove GM, Nilsson N.  Pressure pain threshold and pain tolerance in episodic headache do not depend on the presence or absence of headache.  Cephalalgia 19:174-178, 1999

Nilsson N, Bove GM.  Evidence that tension-type headache and cerviocogenic headache are distinct disorders.  Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 23, 288-289, 2000

Sauer SK, Reeh PW, Bove GM.  Noxious heat-induced CGRP release from rat sciatic nerve axons, in vitro.  European Journal of Neuroscience 14, 1203-1208, 2001

Leem J-G, Bove GM.  Mid-axonal tumor necrosis factor-a induces ectopic activity in a subset of slowly conducting cutaneous and deep afferent neurons.  Journal of Pain 3: 45-49, 2002

Bove GM, Robichaud DR, Grigg P.  Three-dimensional load analysis of indentation stimulators.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods 123: 23-30, 2003

Wallas TR, Winterson BJ, Ransil BJ, Bove GM.  Paw withdrawal thresholds and persistent hindlimb flexion in experimental mononeuropathies.  Journal of Pain, 4: 222-230, 2003

Bove GM, Lin H-C, Ransil BJ, Leem J-G.  Inflammation induces ectopic mechanical sensitivity in axons of nociceptors innervating deep tissues.  Journal of Neurophysiology, 90 1949-1955, 2003

Bove GM, Zaheen A, Bajwa ZH.  Subjective Nature of Lower Limb Radicular Pain, Journal of Manual and Physiological Therapeutics, 28: 12-14, 2005

Weissner W, Winterson BJ, Stuart-Tilley A, Devor M, Bove GM.  Time Course of Substance P Expression in Dorsal Root Ganglia Following Complete Spinal Nerve Transection.  Journal of Comparative Neurology, 497: 78-87, 2006

Grigg P, Robichaud DR, and Bove GM.  A Feedback-Controlled Dynamic Linear Actuator to Test Foot Withdrawal Thresholds in Rat.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 163, 44-51, 2007

Davis MA, Bove GM. Case report: pheochromocytoma presenting as low back pain.  Journal of Manual and Physiological Therapeutics, 30, 598-601, 2007

Dilley A, Bove GM. Resolution of inflammation induced axonal mechanical sensitivity and conduction slowing in C-fiber nociceptors. Journal of Pain, 9, 185-192, 2008

Dilley A, Bove GM.  Disruption of axoplasmic transport induces mechanical sensitivity in intact rat C-fibre nociceptor axons.  Journal of Physiology, 586.2, 593-604, 2008 (Featured in J Physiol Journal Club 2002; 586.9:2247–2248.)

Bove, GM.  Focal nerve inflammation induces neuronal signs consistent with symptoms of early complex regional pain syndromes.  Exp. Neurol., 219, 223-227, 2009   doi:10.1016/j.expneurol.2009.05.024 (Featured Commentary by Janig, W., The fascination of complex regional pain syndrome, Exp. Neurol. 2010, 221: 1-4.)

Bove GM, Weissner W, Barbe MF.  Long lasting recruitment of immune cells and altered epi-perineurial thickness in focal nerve inflammation induced by complete Freund’s adjuvant, J. Neuroimmunol., 213, 26-30, 2009 doi:10.1016/j.jneuroim.2009.06.005

Bove GM, Dilley A. The conundrum of sensitization when recording from nociceptors. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 188, 213-218, 2010 doi: 10.1016/j.jneumeth.2010.02.010

Missmer, SA, Bove GM. A pilot study of the prevalence of leg pain in women with endometriosis. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 15, 304-308, 2011

Bove GM, Chapelle SL.  Visceral mobilization can lyse and prevent post-surgical adhesions. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 16, 76-82, 2012 doi: 10.1016/j.jbmt.2011.02.004

Chapelle SL, Bove GM. Visceral Massage Reduces Postoperative Ileus in a Rat Model. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 17, 83-88, 2013 doi:10.1016/j.jbmt.2012.05.004 

Dilley A, Richards N, Pulman KG, et al. Disruption of fast axonal transport in the rat induces behavioral changes consistent with neuropathic pain.  Journal of Pain, 14, 1437-49, 2013

Fisher PW, Zhao Y, Rico MC, Massicotte VS, Wade CK, Litvin J, Bove GM, Popoff SN, Barbe MF. Increased CCN2, substance P and tissue fibrosis are associated with sensorimotor declines in a rat model of repetitive overuse injury. J Cell Commun Signal., 2015 doi: 10.1007/s12079-015-0263-0

Bove GM.  A non-invasive method to evaluate gastrointestinal transit behaviour in rat. J. Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods, 2015 doi: 10.1016/j.vascn.2015.04.004

 

Fisher PW, Zhao Y, Rico MC, Massicotte VS, Wade CK, Litvin J, Bove GM, Popoff SN, Barbe MF. Increased CCN2, substance P and tissue fibrosis are associated with sensorimotor declines in a rat model of repetitive overuse injury. J Cell Commun Signal., 2015 doi: 10.1007/s12079-015-0263-0

Bove GM.  A non-invasive method to evaluate gastrointestinal transit behaviour in rat. J. Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods, 2015, 74:1-6. doi: 10.1016/j.vascn.2015.04.004

Pearson H, Pastore A, Daly F, Bove G, Brown J, Karimi A, Alexandru D, Verenna A-M, Barbe M: Dorsal Scapular Artery Variations and Relationship to the Brachial Plexus, and a Related Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Case. Journal of Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury 2016, 11(01):e21-e28.

Bove GM, Harris MY, Zhao H, Barbe MF. Manual therapy as an effective treatment for fibrosis in a rat model of upper extremity overuse injury. Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 2016, 361:168-180.

Bove, GM.  A model for radiating leg pain of endometriosis.  Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 2016.

Bove GM, Chapelle SL, Boyle E, Mokler DJ, Hartvigsen J.  A novel method for evaluating postoperative adhesions in rats.  Journal of Investigative Surgery, 2016.

Werner, R, Bove GM (2016) Anatomy and Neurobiology of Pain.  In: Thompson, DL & Brooks, M, eds. Integrative Pain Management: Massage, movement and mindfulness based approaches; Handspring Publishing: Edinburgh. pp 15-30.

Bove GM, Chapelle SL, Hanlon KE, Diamond MP, and Mokler DJ. Attenuation of postoperative adhesions using a modeled manual therapy. PLOS ONE 12: e0178407, 2017.

          Govea RM, Barbe MF, Bove GM.  Group IV Nociceptors Develop Axonal Chemical Sensitivity    During Neuritis And Following Treatment Of The Sciatic Nerve With Vinblastine.  Journal of Neurophysiology, 2017.

Reviews, Chapters, and Reviewed Editorials

Curtis P, Bove GM.  Family physicians, chiropractors, and back pain.  Journal of Family Practice 35: 551-555, 1992 (This article was published with two editorials by D. Cherkin (pgs 505-506) and S. Reis et al. (509-510); subsequent letters to editor and responses in JFP 1993: 36:378-380 / 37:116-117 / 37:221-222)

Bove GM, Light AR. The nervi nervorum: missing link for neuropathic pain? Pain Forum 6:181-190, 1997 (This article was published with commentaries from L. Sorkin, J. Ochoa, and W. Willis, and our response, on pages 191-201 of the same issue, and selected for continuing medical education through the Dannemiller Foundation.)

Bove GM, Moskowitz MA.  Trigeminal organization with special reference to the trigeminovascular system and cranial pain.  In: Biebuyck, Lynch, Maze, Saidman, Yaksh, and Zapol, eds.  Anesthesia: Biologic Foundations.  New York: Raven Press, p. 859-868, 1997

Bove GM.  Nociceptors, pain, and chiropractic.  In: Redwood, D., ed. Contemporary Chiropractic.  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, p. 205-217, 1997

Light AR, Bove GM.  The need for more basic information on primary afferent nerve fibers that contribute to muscle pain sensation in humans. Pain Forum 6:217-219, 1997

Quintner JL, Bove GM.  From neuralgia to peripheral neuropathic pain: evolution of a concept.  Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 26, 368-372, 2001

Bove GM, Swenson R.  Nociceptors, pain, and chiropractic.  In: Redwood D, Cleveland C, eds. Fundamentals of Chiropractic, St. Louis: Mosby. p. 187- 207, 2003

Bove, GM.  Peripheral Nerve Biology and Concepts of Nerve Pathophysiology.  In Haldeman S, ed.  Principles and Practice of Chiropractic 3rd ed.  New York: McGraw Hill. p 289-299, 2004

Bove GM.  Mechanical sensory testing using nylon monofilaments: the pain field’s “tin standard.”  Pain 124, 13-17, 2006

Bove GM, Swenson R.  Nociceptors and peripheral sources of pain.  In: Waldman, S., ed. Pain Management.  Philadelphia: Elsevier. p. 1081-1092, 2007

Davis MA, Bove GM. The chiropractic healer.  Journal of Manual and Physiological Therapeutics 31: 323-327, 2008.

Bove GM. Epi-perineurial anatomy, innervation, and axonal nociceptive mechanisms. Journal of Bodywork and  Movement Therapies 12:185-90, 2008.

Bove GM, Swenson R.  Nociceptors and peripheral sources of pain.  In: Waldman, S., ed. Pain Management.  2nd ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier. p.  , 2010

Bove GM, Chapelle SL.  Lessons from the conference: “Highlighting Massage Therapy in Complimentary and Integrative Medicine.”  Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 14: 312-314, 2010 

Bove GM, Seaman DR.  Subclassification of radicular pain using neurophysiology and embryology.  In: Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Low Back Pain, Los Angeles, CA, 2010

Whedon JM, Bove GM, Davis MA. Critique of review of deaths after chiropractic. Int. J. Clin. Pract. 65, 105-1241, 2011

Bove, GM  Weaving a mat of fascia research. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 16, 132-133, 2012

Bove, GM  Lending a Hand to Migraine.  Pain 154, 1492-1492, 2013

Quintner, JL, Bove, GM, & Cohen, ML. A critical evaluation of the trigger point phenomenon. Rheumatology (Oxford). 2014

Other Scholarly Activity

Dr. Bove has served on 40 study sections for the National Institutes of health, and reviews manuscripts for more than 20 biomedical journals.

Funded Grants

 1990-1993  Research Fellowship, Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research

       1993-1996   Public Health Service (NIAMS, NRSA)  Grant Title: Paraspinal Nociceptive Primary Afferents

       1996-1998   Fonden til fremme af kiropraktisk forskning og postgraduat uddannelse (DK), Nordik Institut of

          Kiropractik og Klinisk Biomekanik (DK),Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research (USA). 

           Grant Title: Spinal Manipulation for Episodic Tension-Type Headache

       2001-2003  Public Health Service  R21 AT00188 (NCCAM, R21)  Grant Title: Nociceptor Axons and Neural

           Inflammation

       2003-2008  Public Health Service  1-RO1-AR048925 (NIAMS, R01)  Grant Title: Axonal Mechanical

           Sensitivity in Neuritis

       2007-2009  Samueli Institute  1 EA-0000054  Grant Title: Neural Inflammation and Autonomic Balance

       2007-2008  Public Health Service  R43AT004382-01 (NCCAM, SBIR, Phase 1)  Grant Title: Stimulator to Quantify Cutaneous Sensation (Co-PI with Peter Grigg PhD and Daniel Robichaud III)

      

2009-2011  Public Health Service 1R21HD053510-01A2  (NICHD and ORWH, R21) Grant Title: Pain and Endometriosis: Effects on Ectopic Cyst Innervation and Axons

      

       2011  Massage Therapy Association of British Columbia Seed Grant Program   Grant Title: Visceral Massage for Postoperative Ileus in a Rat Model (Co-PI with Susan Chapelle RMT)

      

       2012-2013  Public Health Service 1P20GM103643 (NIGMS) Director, Imaging Core for INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE STUDY OF PAIN AND SENSORY FUNCTION (PI: Meng, I.)

 

       2013  Massage Therapy Association of British Columbia Seed Grant Program   Grant Title: Manual Therapy for Axonal Regeneration Following a Nerve Crush Injury (Co-PI with Susan Chapelle RMT)

2013-2017  Public Health Service  1R01GM108041-01  (NIGMS, R01) Grant Title: Abdominal Massage for Postoperative Adhesions and Ileus (Awarded September 1, 2013, 3 year grant)

2016 – 2021    Public Health Service / NCCIH 1R01AT009350-01  (MPIs: Bove, Barbe)  Grant Title: Mechanisms of Manual Therapy for the Prevention and Treatment of Repetitive Motion Disorders

Invited Plenary Presentation

1993

Neurophysiology of Paraspinal Nociceptive Afferents.  At “Neurobiological Mechanisms of Spinal Manipulation,” Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Los Angeles, CA (20 min)

1994

The Clinician as an Idea Resource for Low Back Pain Research. At “Is there a Neurobiology of Back Pain?” Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC (20 min)

1995

Paraspinal Nociceptors: Implications for Musculoskeletal Pain University of New England Osteopathic College, Biddeford, Maine 

Paraspinal Nociceptors and Nervi Nervorum. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

1996

Nociceptors and the Nervi Nervorum.  Odense University, Odense, Denmark

Paraspinal Nociceptors and the Nervi Nervorum.  University of Erlangen, Erlangen, FRG

Basics of Nociceptor Physiology with Reference to Painful Conditions.  American Physical Therapy Association National Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota (2 hrs)

Nociceptor Physiology, the Nervi Nervorum, and Musculoskeletal Pain.  Nordic Institute of Chiropractic, Odense, Denmark (2 hrs)

Keynote Address: Research: Who Cares?  Danish Chiropractic Association annual convention, Odense, Denmark

The Nervi Nervorum Revisited: Implications for Pain. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

Spinal Neurophysiology.   Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professionals, Boston, MA (2 hrs)

1997

Neuro-biomechanics. Nordic Institute of Chiropractic, Odense, Denmark

Pain, Nociception, and Chronic Pain at Seminar om Smerter, Nordic Institute of Chiropractic, Odense, Denmark (3 hrs)

The Neck and Headache: Neurological Possibilities.  Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Pain Clinic, Boston, MA

1998

Spinal Manipulation in the Treatment of Episodic Tension-Type Headaches.  For the American Medical Association, At the National Press Club, Washington, DC (20 min)

New Thoughts on Nerve Trunk Pain, New England Pain Association, Given at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

1999

The Relationship Between Neural Biomechanics and Pain.  Boston University, Boston, MA

The Neural Basis of Nerve Trunk Pain. University of Massachusetts, Worchester, MA

The Neural Basis of Nerve Trunk Pain.  Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA

Introduction to Chiropractic. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA

The Neural Basis of Nerve Trunk Pain.  Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, MA

Different Headaches, Different Treatments: the Role of Spinal Manipulation.  Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Oral Surgery, Boston, MA

2000

Developing and Implementing a Research Plan.  University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT

Plenary Lecture: Sensory Consequences of Neural Inflammation.  Canadian Chiropractic Association, Toronto, ONT

Plenary Lecture: Sensory Consequences of Neural Inflammation. International Foundation of Orthopedic Manual Therapists, Perth, West Australia

Sensory Consequences of Neural Inflammation. University of Aukland Hospital, Aukland, New Zealand

2001

Potential Sensory Consequences of Nerve Inflammation.  New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, NY

The Effect of Subluxation and Manipulation on Nerve Function.  Research Agenda Conference VI, Kansas City, MO

The Effect of Subluxation and Manipulation on Central Processing.  Research Agenda Conference VI, Kansas City, MO

Novel Sensory Consequences of Neural Inflammation.  Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, MA

Grand Rounds: Novel Sensory Consequences of Neural Inflammation. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

2002

Inflammation and Axonal Mechanosensitivity.  Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowmass Village, CO (30 minutes)

2003

The Role of Sham and Placebo in Manual Medicine Research.  Osteopathic Collaborative Clinical Trials Initiative Conference IV, Ottawa, ONT (30 minutes)

Plenary Session: Results and Clinical Relevance of Research on Nerve-Injury Related Pain.  Association of Chiropractic Colleges – Research Agenda Conference, Las Vegas, NV

Nerves Move? Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida, Daytona Beach, FL

2004

Nerve Interference:  New Data in Support of an Old Concept.  Syddansk Universitet (University of Southern Denmark), Odense, Denmark

2005

Plenary Session: The Road to Research Funding.  Association of Chiropractic Colleges – Research Agenda Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada (Presented and coordinated 2 hour session)

2006

Invited Session: Sensory Input to Motor Output: Biomechanisms of Spinal Manipulation.  Association of Chiropractic Colleges – Research Agenda Conference, Washinton, DC (Presented and facilitated; 1.5 hrs)

2007

Grand Rounds: The Straight Leg Raise: What we know and what we do not know.  University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT (2 hours)

Plenary Speaker: The Straight Leg Raise: What we know and what we do not know.  Research 2007: The Spine Care Revolution,  Vancouver, BC

Plenary Speaker: Epi-perineurial anatomy, innervation, and nociceptive mechanisms. Fascia Research Congress, Boston MA

Moderator: Fascia pain mechanisms.  Fascia Research Congress, Boston MA

Ethical Use of Animals in Pain Research. IACUCs & Ethics, Massachusetts Society for Medical Research, Cambridge MA

2008

Axonal Nociceptive Mechanisms. Oregon Heath Science University, Portland Oregon

Axonal Nociceptive Mechanisms. Western States Chiropractic College, Portland Oregon

Invited Session: The Sensitive Nerve.  Association of Chiropractic Colleges – Research Agenda Conference, Washington DC (Presented and facilitated session; 1.5 hrs)

2009

The Effects of Focal Nerve Inflammation on the Discharge Properties of Sensory and Sympathetic Axons. West Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Lewisburg, West Virginia

Invited Session:  Repetitive Motion Disorders and Nerve Inflammation.  American Pain Society, Annual Meeting, San Diego CA (Presented and facilitated session; 1.5 hrs)

The Effects of Focal Nerve Inflammation on the Discharge Properties of Sensory and Sympathetic Axons.  Penn State, Philadelphia PA

The Scientific Basis for Manual Therapies, and Important Concerns About the Peripheral Nervous System for the Manual Therapist.  2nd Fascia Research Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2010

University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biddeford ME

Translating the Clinic to the Lab and Back.  In Translational Research Panel, at Highlighting Massage Therapy in Complimentary and Integrative Medicine, Seattle Washington 

Manual Therapy Beyond the Musculoskeletal System. Organizer of 4.5 hour symposium with Wilfrid Janig, Hollis King, Brian Budgell and Geoffrey Bove.  Presenter: The Peripheral Autonomic Nervous System, Inflammation, and Homeostasis: a Testable Hypothesis. University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biddeford Maine

Subclassification of radicular pain using neurophysiology and embryology. World Congress on Low Back Pain, Los Angeles CA

2011

Nerve Biomechanics and Pain. New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine.  Boxborough, MA

2012

Modern Massage Therapy Research: What's Being Done and How It Integrates with your Curriculum.  American Massage Therapy Association Teacher’s Summit.  Chicago, IL

Scars and Adhesions (organizer and presenter of a panel, with 4 other presenters).  3rd Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver BC

Forging a Productive Collaboration (panelist, on Art and Science/Research and Practice - Mechanisms to Improve Communication to Promote Translation)  3rd Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver BC

Etiologies of Radiating Pain.  National University of Health Sciences 2012 Homecoming, Chicago IL (1.5 hours)

Hypothesis and Dogma in clinical practice. Annual General Meeting of the Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC (2.5 hours)

Unveiling the Mystery: What is Manual Therapy?  Breakout session with Adrienne McAuley, at University of New England’s Spring Pain Symposium (2 hours)

Potential Neurobiological Mechanisms of Massage Therapy.  Presentation and panel participant, International Massage Therapy Research Conference, Boston MA (30 minutes)

2014

Visceral manipulation for postoperative ileus and adhesions.  Biomech-O Congress, Rome, Italy.

2015

Manual Therapy Research: Challenges, Progress, and Opportunities. Keynote address for Research Week, UNECOM, Biddeford ME.

Is it All About the Interfaces?  Updates from Two Labs.  Keynote address, 4th Fascia Research Congress, Reston, VA

2016

Movement good, Stasis Bad: Manual Therapy Approaches to Two Common Painful Problems.  Symposium, American Pain Society Annual Meeting, Austin TX.  Presented with Mary Barbe, PhD and Susan Chapelle, RMT (3 hours)

 

Research Topics

Geoffrey Bove, DC, PhD

Geoffrey Bove

,

DC, PhD

Professor

Biddeford Campus

Stella Maris
102

gbove@une.edu

(207) 602-2921

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