C. Alex Bonhomme, PT, DPT, DSc

Assistant Professor, PT Programs


Dallas, TX


College of Rehabilitative Sciences


Manual Therapy
Sports Medicine


Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy, Andrews University
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Miami
Bachelor of Science in Biology, University of Florida

Research Interests

Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Interventions
Tendinopathy Rehabilitation
Return-to-Sport Optimization
Pain Neuroscience Education

Dr. Alex Bonhomme is a board-certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy. He is a clinician, educator and researcher specializing in orthopedic manual therapy to improve pain and enhance function in musculoskeletal conditions. After earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) at the University of Miami, he completed orthopedic residency training at Harris Health System in Houston, TX.

He has more than 10 years of experience as a clinician at various outpatient hospital-based clinics, including the University of Miami, Harris Health System and Holy Cross Health. His past teaching experience includes adjunct faculty with the University of Miami DPT program, credentialed clinical instructor, orthopedic residency faculty, manual therapy fellowship clinical mentor and orthopedic residency director at Holy Cross Health in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Dr. Bonhomme achieved American Physical Therapy Association board certification in orthopedics in 2012 and recertification in 2022. In 2013, he earned the distinction of Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists through The Manual Therapy Institute. In pursuit of skill development, he attained trigger point dry-needling certification in 2021. Dr. Bonhomme completed his Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy at Andrews University in 2022. He is disseminating his doctoral dissertation work to peer-reviewed journals.

His teaching and research interests include orthopedic manual therapy interventions, movement science, tendinopathy rehabilitation, return-to-sport optimization, injury prevention and pain neuroscience education. He joined the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2022 and serves as an Assistant Professor with the DPT program at the Dallas, TX campus.