Clinic Staff

Kyle Bowling, DC

Dr. Kyle Bowling

Dr. Kyle H. Bowling was born and raised in Louisville, KY. He received his bachelor’s degree from The University of Louisville, majoring in exercise physiology and sports medicine. While at UofL, Dr. Bowling competed on the Track & Field and Cross Country teams. After graduating from UofL, Dr. Bowling received his doctorate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida.

Throughout his experience, Dr. Bowling has treated athletes of all levels, ranging from professional runners to the “weekend warrior”. He also serves as onsite chiropractor to the Jockeys at Churchill Downs.

His philosophy is to utilize treatment plans founded on science, and care for patients compassionately utilizing a variety of Chiropractic, Soft Tissue Mobilization, and Rehabilitative techniques which will eliminate symptoms and improve overall function of the human body. Dr. Bowling also believes strongly in patient education and empowering patients to improve the quality of their lives, because patients, who know more about their conditions, stay healthier.

Stephen Pobst, DC

Stephen Pobst

Dr. Pobst focuses primarily on research based treatment protocols that address the actual root of the problem. Dr. Pobst is certified in Functional Movement Systems, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, NeuroKinetic Therapy, as well as being a Specialized® Certified Body Geometry Bike Fitter.

Dr. Pobst has extensive background in treatment of sports injury and performance. He is a former four-year tennis player for the University of Missouri-St. Louis and has worked as the strength and conditioning coach at his alma-mater.

He has worked with other collegiate and top level high school athletes for sport specific training and has evaluated the swing mechanics of hundreds of tennis players.

Kaylee Crawley

Kaylee Crawley

Kaylee Crawley is KSC's office manager. Kaylee is a student at Boyce College, where she is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Humanities. She then plans to pursue a Master's degree in teaching. She enjoys spending time with her husband, running, reading novels, and traveling to her home state of Tennessee when she can.