Meet Dr. Pam
Dr. Pam Wilson is a functional movement physician in practice for over 30 years. She has helped thousands of patients and clients to
Move Better, Feel Better and Live Better …… Longer!
Dr. Pam, a graduate of Logan University was inducted into the original Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. As part of her ongoing continuing education, she studied functional stabilization, rehabilitation and manual medicine with two of Europe's top neurologists at The Charles University Hospital in Prague. She was selected as one of 15 physicians from the U.S. to study manual medicine in Italy with Dr. Karel Lewit, a renowned European neurologist.
Dr. Pam was one of eight chiropractors, and the only woman, to be selected to study and learn the techniques of Charles Poliquin, an internationally renowned personal strength and conditioning coach. She is Level III Board Certified in Rehabilitation and was one of the first 100 physicians certified in the U.S. by DNALife to practice lifestyle medicine based upon a patient’s genetic code. Dr. Pam is a specialist in Metabolic Balance and Weight Release and certified in Precision Longevity by Dr. Melissa Peterson, founder of the Human Longevity Institute.
Dr. Pam has taught nationally and internationally as a postgraduate instructor to chiropractors, physical therapists and podiatrists. She is professionally published in Functional Training Handbook published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, co-author of Triathlon Bike Fit – A Detailed Primer published in Triathlete Magazine, wrote an 8-article series on Functional Stability in Chiropractic Wellness and Fitness magazine and was featured in an article in her local paper,
The Two River Times, “Encouraging Kids to Choose Fitness and Health”. She has treated professional athletes, World Champions and Gold, Silver and Bronze Olympic Medalist.
Dr. Pam is also an adjunct faculty and guest lecturer of the renowned Human Longevity Institute.
Dr. Pam lives in Rumson, NJ with her husband Daniel.