Dr. Ed Fisher, D.C.
Dr. Ed Fisher, born in Stockton, California, attended Arizona State University on an athletic scholarship where he played football for the Sun Devils as well as coaching the freshman football team. Upon his graduation in 1972, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health and Education, Dr. Fisher played ten years with the Houston Oilers professional football team, was a member of the every yard Earl Campbell achieved. Dr. Fisher first became involved with Chiropractic study during the football off seasons and, in 1987, graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles.
Upon successful completion of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Part One, in 1988, and the Arizona State Licensure and Physical Therapy and Traction License, Dr. Fisher entered the practice of Chiropractic. Dr. Fisher has worked with teams consisting of multi-specialty doctors including family physicians, physical therapists, pain management physicians, and message therapists. Dr. Fisher has a strong background in athletics and sports injuries.
Dr. Fisher has also successfully completed the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Part Two, in 1990, and the Special Purposes Examination for Chiropractic and the Texas Board of Chiropractic Exam in 2014. He also holds Chiropractic Licenses in Arizona and Colorado. Dr. Fisher is continually updating his knowledge and expertise in Chiropractic care by attending educational seminars related to the various aspects of Chiropractic care.