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Meet Brandon Hodges, Redondo Beach Chiropractor

dr-brandon-hodges-dcIt is with great pleasure that Doctor Brandon Hodges serves the community he was born and raised in. After attending both Pennekamp Elementary and, what was at the time, Manhattan Beach Intermediate, he graduated from Manhattan Beach Middle School as the first graduating class. Shortly thereafter, in 2003 he graduated from Mira Costa High School where he participated in water polo and basketball (playing varsity 2 years earning 2002 Team MVP in the Pacific Shores Basketball Tournament).

Throughout his education Brandon was always interested in learning about the human body. In 2008 he graduated from San Diego State University (SDSU) with a degree in Kinesiology (biomechanics) with an emphasis in Physical Therapy where he was later selected to be a lab instructor of human anatomy. When he wasn’t in the classroom, he played intramural soccer and basketball. From a myriad of injuries he received while playing sports growing up, Doctor Hodges developed a passion for mastering the importance of a fully functioning body – a genesis for his moto, “Express Full Health Potential”. His own chiropractic story comes from the side effects of taking pain killers and various anti-inflammatories throughout his younger athletic days.

After undergrad at SDSU, Doctor Hodges chose to continue his education in chiropractic at Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles (CCC-LA). Due to a sudden school closure, he transferred to Life University in Atlanta, Georgia where he felt right at home and graduated with Cum Laude status in 2013. His passion for being the best chiropractor he could be is apparent from the institutions he’s aligned himself with. Doctor Hodges has been involved with the following organizations: National Chiropractic Legislative Committee (2009); California Chiropractic Association; Georgia Chiropractic Association; and The International Chiropractic Association where he served as student Vice President from 2010 to 2011. Doctor Hodges’ certifications include: Gonstead Methodology through Gonstead Clinical Studies Society (GCSS) and Advanced Extremity Adjusting through Gonstead Seminar Institutes. In addition, Doctor Hodges served the local community of San Salvador, El Salvador on two separate trips.

Most recently, Doctor Hodges served with the AVP Medical Staff in 2017 at the Manhattan and Hermosa Open. He’s gained 400+ hours of continued education and has practiced on 200+ patients since earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic. The foundation of his practice includes education of true health care allowing one to fully Express Full Health Potential.

Brandon’s Hobbies include: soccer, basketball, shooting trap, beach volleyball, paddle tennis, spending time with family and friends, hiking, gardening, and generally being outdoors.

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