Dr. Glowney is our Medical Director and Board Certified in both Sports Medicine and Internal Medicine. He is also a former USA Triathlon All American and currently coaches other high-level triathletes, which gives him a unique perspective as he treats injuries, illnesses, and helps his patients achieve their personal fitness and performance goals.
Dr. Glowney’s background in the world of sports includes serving as a team physician for the University of Colorado Football, Cross Country, Track & Field, and Women’s Soccer teams. He also serves as a team physician for Garmin-Transitions U23 Cycling Team. He brings with him expertise in physiology testing and gait analysis, as well. As an athlete, Dr. Glowney has been a successful triathlete, cyclist, and runner.
He received his medical degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Glowney is fluent in Spanish and French, and he enjoys traveling and studying foreign languages.
Dr. Glowney currently sees patients in both Boulder and Lafayette. To schedule an appointment, call (303) 544-5700.
University of Illinois at Chicago
B.A. French Business Studies
Loyola University Chicago
Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
University of Illinois Hospital
Internal Medicine/Emergency Medicine Residency
University of Colorado Denver
Sports Medicine Fellowship
"Bone Stress Injury in Division I Collegiate Long-Distance Runners: A Five Year Retrospective Analysis", Research Advisor: Sourav Poddar, MD. 1st Author AMSSM research abstract.
"Hematologic and Iron Profile Screening in Elite Collegiate Cross Country Runners – A 10 Year Analysis", Research Advisor: Sourav Poddar, MD. 1st Author ACSM research abstract.
"The Influence of Athlete Training Patterns and In-competition Weight Changes on Race Day Performance during a High-altitude Ultra-marathon", Research Advisor: Sourav Poddar, MD. AMSSM research abstract.
"Mobile Ascending Aortic Atheroma Diagnosed by Transesophageal Echocardiography as Source of peripheral Vascular Embolism", Journal of the American Society