Member Monday: Dr. Cori Seyhoon

I'm pleased to introduce ... Dr. Cori Seyhoon!  I met Cori years ago at West University Wellness in Houston, TX (a badass chiropractic clinic).  It was love at first sight.  Not only is she a genius, a healer, a nerd, but she is the real deal.  She just opened her own practice in Austin, so if you are in the area, you absolutely need to check her out.  


Dr. Cori Seyhoon originally grew up in the Connecticut suburbs, but calls Austin, Texas her home. She holds a bachelors degree from Columbia University in the City of New York and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College in Houston, Texas.  After competing at the NCAA Division I level (Captain, Women’s Soccer) and working for the Houston Texans, NFL franchise, she was inspired to pursue her passion that blended sports and wellness. She is best known for her healing touch, motivational work, appreciation for developing others talents, and meeting every challenge with a “can do” attitude.

She received additional post-doctoral training in sports and in 2010 became a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP).  She is an academic at heart and has continued studying Complimentary Alternative Medicine (CAM) and Psychology independently, as well as Life Coaching from Sage University.  Dr. Cori holds additional certification in Kinesiotaping, and Myofascial Release.

Patients describe Dr. Cori as a true “healer,” that “cares beyond measure.” She has a vision for helping patients and clients achieve their health and life goals via a holistic approach that addresses the neurological, emotional, physiological, spiritual, and organizational needs beneath the surface. Dr. Seyhoon and her husband, Soroosh, have two sons, Kazra and Zayden.

“My mission is to clearly align individuals, teams, and organizations with their own wellness goals via awareness, communication, and action. We help restore your optimal health by addressing your unique condition as it relates to the body and your life. Success is a natural byproduct of your improved body awareness, self-actualization and emotional intelligence.”

What makes you, Cori, feel strong?

Cori: Motherhood and the moment when you move from your head to your heart.   I feel strong being who I am.  It has nothing to do with anything, yet movement is a fundamental piece of who I am, which is why Momma Strong is my tribe.