Dr. Brad Gorski's Turned On Living

1662 Savannah Highway, Charleston, South Carolina 29407

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Dr. Brad Gorski is a licensed Doctor of Pastoral Science & Medicine (PSc.D) and doctor of chiropractic with a passion to help people achieve Turned On Living. 

Dr. Gorski has been a physician for many professional athletes. In 2009, he began working with the Wellness Advisory Council, United States Wrestling and Judo teams providing nutritional and musculoskeletal work.

As a radio host for the past 7 years and he’s also been featured on ABC, FOX and CBS.

In 2009 Dr. Gorski started his office and it became one of the largest functional medicine clinics in the Southeast.

After being an athlete his whole life who focused on proper nutrition and exercise, Dr. Gorski started to become very sick. After months of testing both natural and traditional, no answers were available. At the age of 27, 4 different blood clots hit areas of his brain.

Doctors were unable to explain how this could happen to someone who clinically and physically looked 100% healthy. After months with no answers, the solution was now in his own hands. 

Dr. Gorski’s personal suffering not only came as a gift but it also provides a testimonial of hope and authority to inspire others.

Dr. Gorski often hears from people who have tests that come back normal but intuitively they know something is not right in their body.This uncertainty subconsciously affects performance and productivity so he created a proprietary process called The Body Analytics Blueprint™ it gives people confidence to know exactly what their body needs on the cellular level. This 5-step process helps individuals by identifying and implementing a customized lifestyle plan specific to their unique needs all while putting them in control.  

Dr. Gorski works with and coaches a select number of clients virtually (via phone & Skype) around the world.  


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1662 Savannah Highway, Charleston, South Carolina 29407

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