USA Swimming appoints Minot native Lowe to Olympic medical staff – Minot Daily News


Dr. Matt Lowe, a 2004 Minot High graduate, was recently selected to serve as the team chiropractor for USA Swimming in this year’s Olympics.

He has served in a similar role for Team USA at a variety of competitions including the 2017 and 2019 World Championships. Lowe continues to serve as the team chiropractor for the University of Texas men’s swimming and diving squad who just won their 15th NCAA national title in March.

“It’s a tremendous honor to be selected as team chiropractor,” Lowe stated. “As the team behind the team, we have one goal in mind; to assist these athletes in winning gold in Tokyo.”

Lowe, who was born and raised in Minot, swam for the Magicians varsity team and held school records in both individual and relay events. He would go on to join the University of Texas swimming and diving team where he became a two-time USA National Champion, 10-time NCAA All-American, 12-time conference champion in addition to competing in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in 2004, 2008 and 2012. Then in 2018, Lowe was inducted into the Minot High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

The former Magi standout earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and his doctorate from Parker University in Dallas, Texas. In 2016, Lowe established Dynamic Sports Medicine, a sports rehabilitation clinic with four locations within the Texas region.

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