Adjunct Instructor of Biology and LMT
Michael Thille teaches classes in
general biology, pathology, kinesiology, anatomy and function, and anatomy and
“I have always loved nature and the outdoors,”
says Michael. “That morphed into a great interest in the human body and
physiology. My training and clinical experience though the years has brought me
to an even greater understanding of the beauty and complexity of all forms of
life, including humans.”
“The best aspect of teaching for me is
having a conversation with the class about the principles of biology and then
seen the “light go on” for someone that had been experiencing difficulty
understanding a concept,” says Michael.” “I love that!”
Michael is also a member of a group
chiropractic practice in Redmond that emphasizing exercise rehabilitation,
physical medicine and orthopedics. He has been a chiropractor for 26 years.
Michael earned a bachelor’s degree in
biology from the University of Oregon and a degree from Western States
Chiropractic College. He also did post graduate work in orthopedics.
During his leisure time, he enjoys a
variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, cycling and camping. He also
participates in Crossfit, Cyclo-cross bicycle races and target shooting.
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