About Dr. Murphy

Michael E. Murphy, DC


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Mike began his studies at the University of Windsor, where he received a degree in Human Kinetics with Honors. As a collegiate athlete Mike was a Medallist at the National Track and Field Championships. In addition Mike played minor and Junior hockey in Ontario. While attending and following graduation from the University of Windsor, Mike worked with various track and hockey teams as a coach and Exercise Physiologist before attending Logan Chiropractic College.


Mike graduated from Logan in '95 and was the recipient of the Award of Excellence in Chiropractic Science and Applied Science Division. Mike enjoys treating common structural problems, sport injuries, accidents and general family practice. Mike's treatment protocols include chiropractic adjustments, therapy and exercises to assist treatment and prevent future injuries. In addition to practice Mike teaches Sport Injuries and Orthopedics for the Post Graduate Department and has taught Active Release Technique (ART) at Logan College of Chiropractic. He has also been a guest lecturer for the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine NFL seminar series.  Mike is the official team chiropractor of the St. Louis Rams of the NFL since 2001 and the St. Louis Blues of the NHL since 1997.


Indoor Soccer, St. Louis Athletica Women's Prof. Soccer, St. Louis Sting Junior Hockey NAHL, Nike Gateway Classic at Lake Forest CC Nike Tour, Missouri River Otters UHL.


Outside of practice Mike has been a hockey coach in the St. Louis area for 20 years.  He has coached the St. Louis Amateur Blues AAA, St. Louis Sting Jr A of the NAHL, Missouri River Otters of the UHL, and the St. Louis Bandits of the NAHL.  He is a level IV coach and a USA Hockey lecturer.


Mike is also an avid golfer and enjoys working with golfers.

Mike's family includes wife Pam, daughters BreAnn and Carleigh, and son Sean.

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