Dr. Bonnie McKinley is a Board-Certified physician with a specialty degree in sports and musculoskeletal medicine. With over ten years experience, she began her career in sports medicine, where she honed her interest and speciality in use of regenerative techniques for both pain management and healing of injury.  Her interest in aesthetics grew from this practice as numerous positive outcomes in her patient population, coupled with the high safety profile of these treatments, lead her to expand her services to meet the ever growing demands of her patients for aesthetic procedures.

More often than not, Dr. McKinley was hearing patients saying they wanted options to improve their appearance, vitality and overall sense of well being in a safe and effective way.  Star Advanced Medicine was born out of Dr. McKinley’s goal of taking her years of background in regenerative science and dedication to the most current and cutting edge procedures to become the premier provider of medical aesthetics for the Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia area.

Dr. McKinley received her Doctorate in Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific and completed her Family Practice residency at Aria Bucks Hospital.  

She currently serves as the Philadelphia Rebels NAHL Official Team Physician.

She has worked as the Team Physician for both Millersville University and Kean University.  

Dr. Bonnie McKinley, DO is an active member of the following medical societies:  American Osteopathic Association (AOA), American  Osteopathic Association of Sports Medicine (AOASM), American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM), and the Cellular Medicine Association (CMA).  She is affiliated with the Bluetail Medical Group.

To read Dr. McKinley’s  article printed in Natural Awakenings detailing regenerative medical treatments please click on the link: YBP_StarAdvancedMedicine_1017



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