Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio and his patient Dr. Diego Paris share his story of a lumbar disc herniation and the treatment he receives to keep him operating.
Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio Santa María graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, U.S.A., in 1989.
In 1997, he also received his certificate as a “Sports Medical Chiropractor”.
In the period from 2000 to 2002 he completed his master’s degree in “Organizational Human Development” at the University of Celaya.
He is an active member of the College of Chiropractic Scientific Professionals of Mexico.
He has been Vice President of the Mexican Federation of Sports Chiropractic.
He obtained the Certificate of the National University of Health Sciences on April 21, 2013, in “Techniques of Adjustment and Manipulation” from Dr. James M. Cox.
He won a recognition for his participation in September 2013 at the 15TH International interdisciplinary Chiropractic Congress.
He achieved a record of attendance at the Annual Sports Chiropractic Congress held in October 2012 by the Mexican Federation of Sports Chiropractic.
Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio is also a Chiropractic Certified Sports Physician.
In Santo Domingo, Rep. Dominican Republic in October 2009, he achieved the certificate in “Sports Medicine”, by the International Olympic Committee.
In San Juan de Puerto Rico in the year 2000, he obtained a certificate in “Technique of Dr. Cox Part 1”.
In October 2002 he received his record for participation in the “International Congress of Physical Therapy”, awarded by the National Polytechnic Institute, Academic Secretariat, Mexican Association of Physical Therapy.
Chiropractor Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio Santa María currently has 30 years of experience.
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