Chiropractor | Biomechanist | 2x Olympian

Dr. M. Seun Adigun, D.C., OLY, a chiropractor and biomechanist, focuses on injury prevention and rehabilitation while bringing an extremely unique blend to sports medicine. She competed in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games as a Track & Field athlete, then returned to the Olympic stage in the 2018 Winter Games as the first African Olympic Bobsled driver. She was convinced that revolutionizing sports medicine started with investigating the fundamental elements of each unique individual, so by the age of 30 she had completed five college degrees to increase her expertise in the intricacies of the human body. She uses an integrated approach to achieve optimal patient outcomes and provides an environment where each patient can learn. Her experience as a 5-year NCAA Division I track & field coach provides her with an eye for detail that identifies optimal movement patterns and incongruities that can help prevent future injuries in her patients. 



  • Specialty:
    • Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine, Sports Medicine
  • Degrees Held:
    • B.S.,  University of Houston
    • M.Ed,  University of Houston
    • M.S.,  University of Houston - Clear Lake
    • B.S.,  Texas Chiropractic College
    • D.C.,  Texas Chiropractic College