Dr. Michael Sanchez is a 2002 graduate of Life West Chiropractic College in Hayward California. In 2003 he attended a course study at the University of Oregon which emphasized Speed and Agility Training. In 1995 he graduated from Cal State Hayward University with a major in Kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training. Dr. Sanchez works to optimize performance, fitness and health while reducing the risk of injury for every individual.
He has a vast experience in many areas of sports training and chiropractic care as it relates to athletes. While working at Spine and Sports Care in San Leandro, he has been involved with many youth sports programs such as the Pleasanton Junior Football League and girls soccer teams. He is the head doctor for 2 Tri Valley junior football leagues which are located in Dublin and Livermore. He founded the Ballys Total Fitness Kids Club when he worked there as a Personal Trainer in 2003. He has also worked as a Physical Therapy Assistant and an Athletic Trainer Aid of which the sports included baseball, soccer, basketball and volleyball.
Dr Sanchez has acted as a Trainer/Chiropractor for numerous professional athletes, college and Olympic athletes. His clients have included J.J. Stokes (New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers), Fong Nguyen (Linebacker for Texas Southern), Clous Bjorling (Tri Athlete winner of the Nationals in 2005), Amani Toomer (New York Giants), John Parella (All Pro Oakland Raiders), Chris Hetherington (Oakland Raiders, Zack Crockett (Oakland Raiders, Barry Sims (Oakland Raiders), Sam Williams (Oakland Raiders, Chris Cooper (Oakland Raiders), Tyrone Wheatley (Oakland Raiders), Matt Toeania (Chicago Bears), Albert Toeania (Oakland Raiders), John Madsen (Oakland Raiders) Christy Gain (Olympic medalists), Justin Gatlin (Olympic Athlete), Bill Walker (Boston Celtics), O.J. Mayo (Memphis Grizzlies) and
the University of El Paso Texas Football players and Golf Team.
He has volunteered his time by taking a Mission trip to Acapulco, Mexico in 2003 where he provided chiropractic treatment for several hundred patients. He has also volunteered at the University California Berkeley where he worked in their strength and conditioning room to study the biomechanics of track, crew, volleyball, tennis and swim teams with respect to strength and conditioning lifts.