Andre Chevalier, DC


Team Physician American College of Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning Specialist NSCA, Qualified Medical Examiner


Active Release Therapy (ART), Physiotherapy, Spinal Decompression


San Francisco Bay Area

Dr. Chevalier is founder and Clinic Director of T.E.A.M. CLINIC. Board-Certified by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, Dr. Chevalier has successfully completed the Team Physician programs of the American College of Sports Medicine, as well as the Strength and Conditioning Specialist program of the NSCA.

For more than 18 years, he has served as event doctor and/or medical team coordinator at more than one hundred local and international races including the Escape from Alcatraz, San Jose International, Californiaman and the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Event chiropractic physician at the 1997 NHL and 2001 MLS All Stars games, Dr. Chevalier was chiropractic team physician for the 2001 and 2003 MLS Champions San Jose Earthquakes from 1998 until the team’s departure to Houston in 2006. Chiropractic sports physician for all Division I Spartans teams at San Jose State University inclusive of the 2006 New Mexico Bowl Football Champions, he is also an affiliate Clinic Instructor for the SJSU Department of Human Performance and the Clinical Externship programs at Palmer College of Chiropractic West.

Former examiner for the practical examinations of the National Chiropractic Boards and test consultant for the American Board of Sports Physicians, Dr. Chevalier remains very involved with the changes in his field and he’s regularly invited as a guest speaker and lecturer on chiropractic sports medicine. Appointed Qualified Medical Examiner (QME) by the State of California’s Industrial Medical Council and a Certified Industrial Medical Evaluator, Dr. Chevalier has created a unique practice by blending a sports medicine approach to his second specialty in work related injuries.