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  • Graduate University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Texas at Austin Medical School
  • Doctorate of Chiropractic Texas Chiropractic College

Dr. Minors originally hails from New York City. Dr. Minors graduated from The University of Pennsylvania, attended University of Texas Medical School after which he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from the much-famed Texas Chiropractic College. Dr. Minors also has performed rotations in orthopedic and neurosurgery at different Houston hospitals, including Hermann, Methodist and St. Joseph’s. Previously, he was a member of Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners and Texas Chiropractic Association. He has also been associated with Austin Pain Therapy Associates and Texas Chiropractic College Board of Regents. At ChiroFX his goal is to help patients have a better quality of life, while focusing on drug-less solutions.

At ChiroFX, Dr. Minors treats all kinds of surgical and non-surgical cases of the musculoskeletal system. No matter whether the pain or discomfort is related to the spine, knee, elbow, neck or shoulders, he is here to help patients in the most comprehensive and up to date treatment. Usually, he relies on the McKenzie method and other diagnostic tests to diagnose his patients, and the treatment plan is customized and further modified as needed.

Dr. Minors has been a partner of G10 Academy since its inception and we are honored and fortunate to have his experience and expertise as a part of our daily operations.

www.chirofx.net (512) 480-9999

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

  • Certified Texas Teacher – Physical Education
  • BS Physical Education Western Illinois University
  • MS Coaching & Adapted Physical Education Sam Houston State University
  • PhD Curriculum & Instruction University of Texas at Austin
  • 4-year Basketball Letterman Western Illinois University
    • Team Captain
    • NCAA Tournament Regional Round 1982
  • 31 years Coaching Experience:
    • Graduate Assistant Basketball Coach Sam Houston State University
    • Head Women’s Basketball – Goldthwaite HS & Uvalde HS
    • Head Women’s Track & Field – Goldthwaite HS (1 State Champion High Jump)
    • Assistant Women’s Volleyball – Westlake HS (18 Final Fours & 4 State 5A Championships)
    • Assistant Women’s Basketball – Westlake HS (5 Final Fours & 3 State 5A Championships)
  • Secretary KG’S KID’S INC. Non-Profit Organization
    • Certified Texas Teacher – EC-6th Grade Generalist
    • Certified Texas Education Administrator
    • BS Biomedical Science Western Michigan University
    • M.ED in Educational Leadership Stephen F. Austin University
    • Executive Director KG’S KID’S INC. Non-Profit Organization
      • Certified Texas Teacher - Physical Education
      • BS Physical Education Southeastern Oklahoma State
      • MS Athletic Administration Southeastern Oklahoma State
      • PhD Student Kinesiology University of Texas at Austin
      • 17 Years Coaching Experience
        • Head Strength Coach
        • Head Track & Field
        • Assistant Track & Field (1 State 4A Runner-up – Women’s 4x400 Relay)
        • Assistant Football (1 State 4A Semi-Finalist & 1 State 6A Runner-up)
        • Assistant Men’s & Women’s Basketball (1 State 4A Runner-up)
        • Assistant Power Lifting
      • Director KG’S KIDS INC. Non-Profit Organization
      • Certified Non-Profit Leadership & Management Mendoza School of Business University of Notre Dame
      As a strength and movement development coach my job is to build and conduct training programs designed to improve the performance of competitive athletes. As one of the primary individuals responsible for developing athletes and helping them achieve their goals, I as a coach have acquired a working knowledge of the areas affiliated with performance enhancement. Specifically, the disciplines of sports administration, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and sports psychology will assist me in physically and mentally training my athletes. Six primary components of these disciplines that I address are: risk management, injury prevention, communication, nutrition, goal setting, and athlete development. Effective strength and conditioning programs are vital for athletic success, especially at the middle and high school levels. Research clearly shows the benefits of effective strength and weight training programs as they relate to increases in strength, power, speed, endurance, and flexibility. The effect of strength and conditioning programs is not exclusive to physical gains. Strength training has both physiological and psychological benefits for student athletes. I start the process by helping the athlete define their specific yet realistic goals. We then set their focus on the process necessary to achieve their goals by providing a clear understanding of the training objectives. Once those objectives are in place, I can design a program that is age and developmentally appropriate and over time, will allow the athlete to meet the demands of the activity or sport in which they participate. I also promote adequate nutrition, hydration and sleep to complement my science-driven strength and conditioning efforts. Athletic performance and recovery for our athletes is enhanced by attention to nutrient intake. I develop an ideal nutrition plan for each athlete’s health and performance including identifying the right quantity, quality and proper timing of food and fluids needed to support regular training and peak performance.