Chiropractor & Biomechanist
Seun Adigun a chiropractor and biomechanist, focuses on injury prevention and rehabilitation while bringing an extremely unique blend to sports medicine. During her fifth season as an Assistant Track & Field Coach at the University of Houston, Dr. Seun sought out to understand more about the inner workings of the human body. She resigned from coaching full time and 3.5 years later simultaneously completed her second bachelor’s, second Master’s, and Doctorate degrees.
Dr. Seun's impressive academic achievements came alongside an equally impressive athletic career. Her ambitions to help revolutionize sports medicine were driven by many of her personal experiences as an athlete. As a first-generation Nigerian-American, Dr. Seun completed her All-American NCAA career and went on to become a three-time Nigerian national champion and two-time African champion in the 100m hurdles. She competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics and resurfaced three years later as a winter athlete in the sport of Bobsled.
Dr. Seun started the first ever African Bobsled Team which led the first winter federation of any sport to represent Nigeria in the 2018 Olympics. In 2018, the International Olympic Committee recognized Dr. Seun as the first African to compete in both a Summer and Winter Olympic Games.
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