We are a small team with big hearts. We love Louisville and the people of this wonderful city. Louisville is known for bourbon and horse racing. Two great things! What Louisville is not known for is health and longevity. Our mission is to restore the health of our community so in the future, when someone thinks of Louisville, they think of bourbon, horses, and one of the healthiest cities in the country. Please, help us accomplish this goal!
Dr. Mark Conliffe
Dr. Conliffe was born and raised here in Louisville and after his education and training decided to come back to Louisville to raise his growing family. Mark attended Trinity high school where he played football and earned a scholarship as an offensive lineman to Army. Looking at Mark, one would never believe that he once weighed over 300 pounds! Mark completed a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Training and Human Development at the University of Louisville. He then spent four years at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing, studying for his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine. In 2014, Mark launched his own practice that focused on regenerative medicine. Mark combined forces with Commonwealth Pain and Spine in 2019 to bring his particular expertise to the largest established pain practice in the region. Mark and his wife, Katie (a local pediatrician), met while in medical school at MSU and have been married since 2010. Mark's hobbies include spending as much time as possible with their four children, ages 9, 6, 4, and 2, as well as their Australian Shepard, and their 3 goats, Moonstone, Iris, and Jon Snow.
Dr. Ross Kowzan
Dr. Ross is originally from DuQuoin, Illinois, a small farming community. He earned his undergraduate degree from Southern Illinois University in Pre-Med/Biological Sciences. Ross was on baseball scholarship while attending SIU. Ross furthered his education by attending Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri where he earned a dual degree. He received his Doctorate of Chiropractic and a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Ross has lived in Louisville since 2010. He worked in private practice for 10 years before becoming an entrepreneur and opening the Cryo Club in 2018. Ross and his wife, Sara, were married in 2015. They have 2 children, Quinn (4) and Porter (2). Ross’s hobbies of interest include anything sports (especially his St. Louis Cardinals), trying new bourbons, reading, working out and spending time with his family though his main hobby is making sure his wife doesn’t spend too much money. And that’s a full time job!!
Our services will allow you to get a comprehensive snapshot of your health via our DEXA scans, VO2 max testing, RMR analysis, Biodensity screens and more.