Dr. Sean Stringer holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Florida, where he graduated with a major in Interdisciplinary Natural Sciences with an Emphasis in Chemistry.
After completing his studies at NWCC, Dr. Stringer moved back to his home town where he has actively practiced as a Sarasota chiropractor since 2001. Dr. Stringer has owned and operated several multidisciplinary clinics during his career.
Dr. Stringer has completed over 1400 post doctorate hours in human biomechanics, sports medicine and chiropractic sports medicine, rehabilitation, vestibular disorders, spinal decompression, low level laser therapy, and soft tissue injuries. His clinical focus is in automobile and motorcycle injuries, balance disorders, chronic health conditions, low level laser therapy, metabolic disorders, neurological disorders, rehabilitation, sports injuries and soft tissue injuries. He was a clinical instructor for the Graston Technique and has lectured over 45 times nationally on low level laser therapy. He is one of the very few chiropractors in Sarasota to have lectured on a national level.
Dr. Stringer is the former medical director the Women’s Professional Football League, Women’s American Football League, and Mid-American Semi-Pro Men’s Football League. He has served on the medical teams for the Ironman Triathlon World Championship, International Softball Federation, World Olympian Association, and AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament…just to name a few. He has contributed and consulted to several health publications in print and online.