Dr. Terry Weyman was born and raised in Southern California. He received his undergraduate degree in Human biology and graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 1989. Wanting to specialize in Sports Medicine, he went back to school and received his postgraduate degree in Sports Chiropractic in 1991. Soon after graduating, he began traveling with the professional Water ski tour as the chief medical director (organizing medical staffs-MD, DC and EMS) and traveled overseas with FICS (Federation of International Sports Chiropractic) to countries such as Africa, Australia, Europe and Central America to work several different types of international games, honing his skills and learning from the best Doctors in both Chiropractic and Medicine.
Along with working at his private clinic, he was traveling full time with the Coors Lite (then later Budweiser) Professional Water ski tour, Professional cycling teams (Park Pre, Shaklee, TGI Fridays, Coors Lite and Luna) and the PRCA Rodeo circuit. These events allowed him to continue to learn how the athlete functions and what they need to perform at their peak. It also gave him a great opportunity to work with many more Sports Chiropractors, Orthopedic Surgeons, Physical therapists, Athletic Trainers, Paramedics/EMTs and Massage therapists educating him on the team approach to health care.
In 1994 he was selected to work the Winter Olympics working with the prestigious Norwegian Alpine team. He is also a USA Team Chiropractor for the Team USA- Taekwondo serving since 1990. He completed his residency at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and was selected to be a part of the U.S. Medical Staff at the World University Games in Izmir, Turkey in 2006. This same year, he was added to the Medical Staff at Pepperdine University where he still serves to this day, along with this private practice in Westlake Village, Ca.