Georges Dagher

Website: http://www.dagherstrength.com

Georges Dagher

Georges Dagher (DC, HBKin., CSCS) is a Health & Movement Practitioner.  He blends his education and experience as a Chiropractor, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Researcher and Movement Enthusiast to create a unique approach to movement that's founded in evidence and experience. In doing so, he enables patients, clients, athletes, and himself to MOVE. Georges completed an honors clinical internship with Care New England Spine Care attending Grand Rounds at the neurosurgery, neurology and orthopedics departments of Brown University's medical school. His diverse background sharpened his approach to utilize movement as medicine with professional athletes and everyday gym goers, with a focus on spine and hip disorders. Georges' mission is to move the world by "speaking movement" through his practice and lifestyle. Learn more at www.dagherstrength.com

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