Eric St. Pierre DC, DACBSP, CSCS

Eric St.Pierre is a Doctor of Chiropractic who is Residency trained in Sports Medicine. He also holds dual bachelor’s degrees in Movement Science (BS) and Nursing Science (BSN), allowing him to offer a unique practice which can help you manage and address the most difficult of spinal, orthopedic, sport and work related injuries quickly. Dr. St. Pierre is the founder of ESP Sports Medicine and he feels that high-quality, well-trained providers in Sports Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation are becoming harder to find. He has organized a team of treatment specialists who offer excellent manual treatment skills and a diagnostic ability which separates them from the greater medical community. Dr. St. Pierre utilizes the soft tissue treatment techniques of Graston, Vacuum Cupping and Dry Needling Therapy in conjunction with Therapeutic Exercise and other movement strategies to tease out results for the most difficult of physical complaints. He served on the Team USA Olympic Medical Staff at the Vancouver and Sochi Winter Olympics Games, as the Head Medical Trainer for US Short Track Speedskating. He has worked with hundreds of Olympic hopefuls, elite youth athletes, World and Olympic Champions but most of his patients are everyday people, active or not, with nagging or difficult conditions that simply need another level of attention. His strength is in his attention to detail, in which he is built to listen, understand and address your particular needs regardless of your athletic level. He’d love a chance to assist you with your particular challenge.

Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine


  • Doctor of Chiropractic: Southern California University of Health Sciences. Whittier, CA.
  • Bachelor of Science, Nursing: Hardin Simmons University. Abilene, TX.
  • Bachelor of Movement Science, Focus: Sports Medicine: Westfield State College. Westfield, MA.

Sports Medicine Residency Program

  • Southern California University of Health Sciences. Whittier, CA.


  • Owner, ESP Sports Medicine
  • Provider, Integrative Sports and Spine


  • Head Medical Trainer- Short Track Speedskating, Sochi Winter Olympic Games, 2014.
  • Head Medical Trainer- Short Track Speedskating, Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, 2010.
  • USA Sports Medicine Team, Sochi Russia Winter Olympic Games
  • Official US Olympic Sports Medicine Team, Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, 2010.
  • Head Medical Trainer, Short Track Speedskating, 2009-10.
  • ISU Short Track World Championships and World Cup Season.
  • US Bobsled and Skeleton Federation
  • US Weightlifting
  • US Water-Polo
  • US Beach Volleyball
  • Sports Medicine Rotation, United States Olympic Training Center
  • Disney’s Wide World of Sports
  • LG Action Sports- World Freestyle Motocross Championships
  • Race Across America


  • Comprehensive Physical Rehabilitation

  • Therapeutic Exercise

  • Conservative Pain Management

  • Manual & Manipulative Therapy

  • Dry Needling & Vacuum Cupping

  • Graston Technique & Massage Therapy

  • Injury Prevention & Athlete Consultation

  • Strength & Conditioning


My Favorite Adventure: Hiking 8 miles deep into the Havasupai Tribal land at the base of the Western Grand Canyon, and finding the most beautiful aqua blue-green water and gorgeous waterfalls I had ever seen. “The People of the Blue-Green Water”, as the Havasupai are named, live on some of the most wonderfully secluded land in North America.

Eat for Real: I feel nutrition is our strongest source for health, aside from a healthy and balance lifestyle. But what’s interesting is that in a world where people want a pill to fix them, clean, natural and vibrant food options, rather than processed food, could very well be the “pill of health” they’re looking for. You just need to take it multiple times a day.

Making the change: Our society finally consumes water as it’s primary source of fluid AGAIN, rather than soda or other processed drinks! Our kids are also consuming fewer but healthier calories than their parents ever did, and people seem to appreciate local and sustainable food options more than ever before. Hopefully we’ll realize that fat isn’t bad. Consuming leaner and cleaner fats could provide us with a better physiologic balance, therefore supporting a more efficient healing ability. It’s the science of healing.