Dr. Lopez is currently the Chair of Sports Science and Sports Medicine of the USA Track and Field Inland Northwest Association. He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP) and is also one of 300 in the U.S. That holds a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP). He is certified in ART®, Graston® and is highly trained in Kinesio Tape®. Dr. Asdrubal Lopez is a graduate from Texas Chiropractic College in Houston, TX. While in school he had the opportunity to do an internship at Rice University’s athletic department, where he worked and managed many varieties of sports related injuries on elite collegiate athletes.
Dr. Lopez also had the opportunity to do a hospital rotation and a neurosurgery rotation at Houston’s Medical Center, one of the nations most respected hospitals. There he assisted the neurosurgeon and medical doctor in performing physical exams and reviewing special studies.
Dr. Lopez has served as the Medical Director and treating Chiropractor for the 2011-2017 USA Track & Field Junior Olympic Championships and Cross Country Championships held in Spokane. Dr. Lopez had the privilege to be chosen as one of the few Sports Chiropractors in the nation to be part of the medical staff for the 2014, 2015 USA Track & Field National Outdoor Championships. He also had the opportunity to be one of the Chiropractors for the 2016 US Olympic Team Trials in Eugene, Oregon. In 2015 he served as Team USA Sports Chiropractor for the Junior Pan American Games in Edmonton Canada. In all these events Dr. Lopez in conjunction with the rest of the amazing medical staff had the privilege to treat the world’s best athletes.
As much as Dr. Asdrubal Lopez loves working on athletes, he takes the experience and certifications of treating sports injuries and applies them to his general practice patients. His goal is to get his patients better faster, so they can get back to their daily activities without pain. When Dr. Lopez is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and four kids, going to church, working out, playing soccer, doing triathlons and staying active.
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