(Chiropractic Physician) - Tokyo, Japan
Dr. Patricia Murray Suzuki DC. QME
Patricia Murray Suzuki is a Chiropractic Physician who is known
for her work in the area of athletic performance management,
wholistic health management, stress management, work-related
care, family care, child development and medical-legal work.
She has been practicing over 25 years and held two offices in
the Los Angeles area, where she worked with a wide range of clients
such as celebrated professional athletes from major league football,
baseball, basketball, soccer teams, and golfers, and also Hollywood
actors, actresses, stunt professionals, business executives,
law enforcement personnel, families and children. She also specializes
in woman’s health/care management.
Suzuki is also recognized as one of the practice leaders in the LA
medical-legal community, as she was appointed as a permanent
evaluator, Qualified Medical Examiner, by the State of California.
She has worked extensively with medical legality including
backs and other disorders with prominent neurological and orthopedic
Dr. Suzuki enjoys treating challenging patients which have eluded
other health professionals. Athletic and work related injuries
from both specific trauma and cumulative trauma (such as prolonged
computer use or sports) can be treated. She has published numerous
and biomechanical texts worldwide.
She specializes in musculoskeletal conditions and injuries of the;
neck, jaw, back, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, feet,
Both acute (recent, critical) and chronic (long-existing) problems
Chiropractic is an alternative health care modality which mainly
addresses the nervous system and joints. A healthy nervous system
is key to a vibrant
and fulfilling life. All the organs of the body are controlled
by the central nervous system consisting of the brain, spinal cord
spinal nerves which
exit between the spinal vertebrae next to the intervertebral (between
the vertebrae) discs.
Spinal, disc and joint derangement cause not only back, neck, muscular
and joint pain, but also possibly, dysfunction of anything the
nervous system controls.
Other symptoms of spinal nerve root pressure can include headaches, fatigue,
depression, and anxiety.
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dealing with often baffling and slow- responding conditions, especially
and failed in utilizing the traditional route, don’t give up
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