Georges Dagher

Website: http://www.dagherstrength.com

Georges Dagher

Georges Dagher (DC, BA hon., CSCS) is a Chiropractor, strength coach, researcher and movement enthusiast, invested in developing elite performance and managing chronic pain. He has had the opportunity to learn from strong leaders in the field, including Eric Cressey and Dr. Stuart McGill, which has enabled him to utilize movement as medicine with professional athletes to everyday gym goers. Georges completed an honors clinical internship with Care New England Spine Care under the auspices of Dr. Donald R. Murphy, where he attended Grand Rounds at the neurosurgery, neurology and orthopedics departments of Brown University's medical school. Learn more at www.dagherstrength.com.

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