TBW Therapy Founder
Mark DuMars MS, PA, AT, LMT
Mark has accumulated nearly 35 years of experience in Sports Medicine and Allied Health. He spent 10 years as a Navy Combat Medic attached to both Navy and Marine Corps Special Forces before receiving his Bachelors’ Degree in Physical Anthropology (Structural Anatomy) from San Diego State University. He then became the Head Athletic Trainer for Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, NH before being accepted at Andrew Weill-Cornell Medical School in New York to be trained as a Physician Assistant specializing in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and to attain his Master’s Degree in the field of Exercise Physiology. The majority of his residency was attained at The Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.
After a number of years as a PA and undergoing a life-changing event, Mark changed directions somewhat, broadening his skill base with Therapeutic Massage, Eastern Philosophy and Nutrition. He now, teaches Massage Therapy, Anatomy, Adaptive Physiology, and Structural Integration (TBW) while maintaining a private practice specializing in physical efficiency in athletes and lay people alike.