ASK THE EXPERT

This a section for anybody that has any physical issues or questions about the body. He will do his best to reply

Dr. Brendan Murray has specialized as a sports injury chiropractic physician for 20 years. His ability to help patients of all fitness levels Get Back in the Game…Fast™ results from advising top-tier athletes. Dr. Murray is a team doctor and Co-Chair of the Medical Board for the U.S.A. Olympic Weightlifting Team. USA Weightlifting is the national governing body for Olympic weightlifting in the United States.

When doctors want to obtain an advanced degree in sports medicine, they learn from Dr. Murray. He teaches in the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians post-graduate programs at the Southern California University of Health Sciences. Dr. Murray brings his focus on education to every patient, taking the time to make a correct diagnosis and personalized plan for fast recovery.

 

“Dr. Brendan Murray” docbmurray@sbcglobal.net

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  1. Hi Thomas. It’s Alisa from your Friday Yogaworks class. The one that lives in Deborah’s building. I wanted to let you know that I haven’t been in class for several months because I blew a disk in my neck and have been trying PT to fix it, but unfortunately it isn’t working. So tomorrow I am going in to surgery for them to put an artificial disk in. I’ve missed yoga and you terribly and want to get back to it ASAP. The surgeon says 2 months. So, I just wanted to give you an update. Send an ohm my way tomorrow:) and I’ll see you soon. Namaste, Alisa

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