Oleg Bohomol, DPT
My name is Oleg Bohomol. I was born in in Kiev (Ukraine) which was a part of former Soviet Union. During my school years I finished a music school (violin class) and participated in various sport activities.
After I finished High School in 1983, I served in Soviet Army and then enrolled in State University of Physical culture and sport in Kiev. While attending University I continue to participate in whitewater canoeing. For 4 years I was a member of National Team of Soviet Union and later on coaching for Olympic in Atlanta. I was working with a medical research group from State University in monitoring, planning and improving various physiological characteristics of athletes in preparation for international competitions. After Olympic of 1996 I have had opportunity to work with British athletes in one of the London’s kayak club.
During year of 2000, I met my present wife Wyleen (native of New Orleans, La) and in 2001 we decided to move and settled down in Louisiana.
Since 2001, while living in Lake Charles I attended Graduate from McNeese State University with Master degree with concentration in Human Physiology. In 2009 I graduated from University of St. Augustine with doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. Since then I was working in rehab, home health and outpatient setting. I teach Anatomy & Physiology in Florida State college of Jacksonville and still enjoy to go kayaking.