Dr. Carla Bulla is the Founder of Pro Vita Physical Therapy, an outpatient clinic located in Crestview, FL. Her goal is to continue to bring her knowledge, experience, and compassionate practice to her patients and community in the years to come.

Dr. Bulla earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Performance, with an emphasis in Athletic Training in 2000 from The University of Southern Mississippi with High Honors. At the same time, she played for the USM Lady Eagles Volleyball Team and held a co-captain position during her senior year. Dr. Bulla got her Master of Education degree in Physical Education with Emphasis in Health and Exercise Related Fitness in 2003 from The University of Houston. While at UH, she served as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Cougars and received the Athletic Trainer of the Year award in 2002. Then, from 2003-2005, Dr. Bulla served as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at The University of Louisiana at Monroe. She spent a total of 6 years on her Athletic training career assisting college athletes, preventing and recovering them from athletic injuries.

Dr. Bulla received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences in 2007. After a year working at Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute in an outpatient setting, she spent  10 years working as a Physical Therapist in Home Health in the Crestview community and neighboring areas helping many patients with orthopedic, neurological, cardiovascular, respiratory, and vestibular dysfunctions to return to their normal activities.