Dr. Johnathan “Doc” Edwards knows what it takes to excel at today’s highest levels of athletic competition. An advisor for professional and amateur athletes and an accomplished author and regular contributor for nationally syndicated magazines like Road Bike Action, Doc Edwards focuses on enabling athletes in optimizing performance and nutrition.
For the past 20 years, Doc Edwards has been developing his unique wellness system for athletes and patients. Doc Edwards started his academic career at the University of California, Davis, earning a B.S. in Physiology (only 1 of 3 in the country). He went on to become a medical doctor at Eastern Virginia Medical School before completing an Internal Medicine residence at the University of Nevada, Reno. Doc also spent a year in Salt Lake City, Utah, studying Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation / Sports, and then studied abroad to complete a fellowship in Lyon, France. Eventually, Doc attended school in Tampa, Florida, to complete his formal training as an anesthesiologist.
After completing his studies, Doc Edwards spent five years attending the African Dakar Rally as the Red Bull KTM professional motorcycle team’s physician and physiotherapist. He then published a book, Chasing Dakar, A Rider’s Guide to Adventure Riding. Doc then moved on to work with professional cycling teams, including Ag2r-La Mondiale, and has also served 11 years the chief medical officer for the UCI cycling race, Four Days of Dunkirk. In addition, Doc serves as a consultant for many professional motocross riders both in the U.S. and in Europe.
Doc Edwards is a devoted family man, a former professional athlete, and a current Category 1 cyclist. He has helped countless athletes in their quest for a healthy lifestyle and to achieve their goals, and he is deeply interested in helping each and every individual’s journey towards optimizing their well-being.
Physiology UC Davis
Medical School Eastern Virginia medical school
Internal Medicine University of Nevada at Reno
Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation University of Utah
Neurology and research University of Laennec in Lyon France
Anesthesiology University of Florida