About Dr. Robert Quarles

Pre-Medical education: chemistry, pharmacy,  and graduate biology at University of Richmond
and Medical College of Virginia.

Medical school: University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri (now KCOMB), Cum Laude.

Family Practice Residency: St. Francis Central Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Chief Resident.  Recipient of ACOFP Resident  Writing Award for “Leiomyosarcoma of the Ileum”.

Acupuncture training: Dr. Joseph Helms of the Helms Medical Institute in California.


Private practice in Richmond, Virginia since

Medical Services Coordinator for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) from 2001 - 2005.

Founder, leader, and keyboardist/singer for the band, The English Channel since 2001.

Published author of the book, “Get Off Your Butt, America!: No-Nonsense Advise On How To Get Us Back To Being The Best We Can Be”.  


Married to his bandmate, singer Julie Quarles,  the mother of his two incredible daughters, Jacey and Robyn.  

Survived a cerebral hemmorage due to an aneurysm rupture requiring surgical intervention in 1997.

Passions include tri-weekly weight-training, Diet Mountain Dew,  Mom’s sweet potato pie, In & Out Burgers and anything chocolate.