About Dr. Bragg
Public Speaker and Author
A nationally recognized speaker, Dr. Bragg has appeared in numerous TV and print media programs, and has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX. She’s been quoted as an expert in Redbook, Women’s World, and Self Magazine. Establishing a reputable online presence, Dr. Bragg has authored numerous articles that have drawn tens of thousands of views.
Dr. Bragg can deliver a keynote speech or workshop customized to meet your needs. She has been the keynote speaker at programs such as the “Take Your Daughters to Work” National Program which was held at the U.S. Capitol. She has conducted workshops with Fortune 500 companies, like Merrill Lynch, and at several major universities.
Dr. Bragg frequently speaks on strategies to help professionals create a 30-second Bragg, a powerful statement that describes their unique qualities in a memorable fashion. This statement, coupled with executive presence, can give you the edge you need to advance in a competitive job market.
Dr. Bragg is the 5x Best-Selling author of the books –
KnockoutPain®: Secrets to Maintain a Healthy Back
Dreams Without Goals are Nightmares: How to Use TheBraggFactor® to Reach Your Goals in Record Time.
How To Create Your Bragg Book For a Competitive Job Market—For Professionals
How To Create Your Bragg Book For a Competitive Job Market—For Students
Dreams Without Goals are Nightmares: 90-Day Journal
Dr. Bragg received her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama, her medical degree from Meharry Medical College, and completed an internship at the Baptist Medical Centers in Birmingham. She completed her residency training at the University of Michigan. Additionally, she completed an internship in the Office of the United States Surgeon General. She is board certified in both Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Pain Medicine. She is the CEO of The Spine and Orthopedic Pain Center which provides non-surgical solutions for those suffering from acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain resulting from spinal and orthopedic injuries.