Dr. Ryan N. Bowlin
Dr. Ryan N. Bowlin
is a native of the Nebraska Panhandle
and was a graduate of Morrill
High School in 2000, as well as
a graduate of Western Nebraska Community
In 2007, Dr. Bowlin
earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker College
Dr. Bowlin practices a wide variety of techniques, including manual adjustments, instruments and drop tables, and also utilizes physiotherapies and soft tissue release, including Graston Technique. He is a huge proponent of active care and is happy to help with rehab/self care plans, or will willingly refer for those services.
Dr. Bowlin feels that chiropractic is a safe, effective treatment for the whole family, and he regularly treats patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. Ryan is married and has three children. He enjoys sports, hunting and fishing.
Western Trails was opened by Dr. Ryan Bowlin in 2007 as a chiropractic clinic. Dr. Wes Bowlin previously worked at Regional West Medical Center (RWMC), but left in 2011 to join Ryan and start the physical therapy clinic of Western Trails. Julie has been involved in the office since 2009, and officially started the massage section of the clinic in 2011. Most recently, Western Trails expanded to include Western Trails Family Medicine, with Steve Boyer, MD and Michelle Hunter, PA-C. In 2016, Dr. Levi Bowlin became part of Western Trails Chiropractic. They also opened their branch office in Scottsbluff.
Dr. Levi Bowlin
Dr. Levi Bowlin grew up in the Nebraska panhandle and graduated from Morrill High School in 1999. After service as a combat medic in the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, Dr. Levi Bowlin returned to school, first at Chadron State College and then at Parker University.
Dr. Levi Bowlin earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker University in 2015. Dr. Levi Bowlin also practices a wide variety of techniques, including manual adjustments, instrument assisted adjustments, and drop tables, and also utilizes physiotherapies and soft tissue techniques. He is also proficient in acupuncture, having passed the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Acupuncture Test.
Dr. Bowlin believes that chiropractic and acupuncture are great conservative care measures and also believes in the value of appropriate referrals. He did his final chiropractic clinical externship at the Dallas Veteran’s Affairs Medical Facility and understands the importance of integrated care involving providers from multiple disciplines.
Dr. Bowlin is the proud father of one daughter. He enjoys outdoor recreational activities such as hunting, fishing and camping.