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Meet Dr. Richard Green

Boston Chiropractor Dr. Richard Green

Dr. Richard Green

Title: President and Chiropractor
Contact Information: drgreen@spineandsports.org

Education:
Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
Bachelor of Science
Doctor of Chiropractic

University of Miami
American College of Sports Medicine Team Physician Course Part I,II & III.

Clinical Experience:
2012-Present Medical Director of Athlete Services at North East Regionals Crossfit Games Canton, MA, Hartford, CT, Albany, NY.
Boston Red Sox Team Chiropractor 1991-2005
Chiropractic provider for many Boston Bruins players since 1992
Reeboks’ Corporate Headquarters official in-house chiropractor since 2001

Chiropractor for Delta, Northwest and United Airlines 1991-1994.

Lower Back Pain

“Before seeing Dr. Green for the first time a few months ago, I was in almost constant pain and could not run five feet without serious pain in my lower back. Within a very short period of time after starting Dr. Green’s exercise program, my pain improved. I am now able to run 3.5-4 miles three or four times a week with no pain at all. I would recommend Dr. Green to anyone who is suffering from lower back pain.”

– B.H.

Clinical Interests and Certifications:

  • Graston Technique Provider Level 1 and 2
  • Active Isolated Stretching Provider
  • Fascial Manipulation Provider
  • ARP Wave Facility
  • Nerokinetic Therapy Level I & 2 Certified, Level 3 Eligible
  • Postural Restoration Institute – Postural Restoration Certified
  • Full Body Active Release Provider since 1995
  • Functional Movement Screen Provider
  • Foundation Training Provider
  • Rock Tape & Fascial Movement Provider
  • SFMA Provider
  • Anatomy in Motion (AiM) Provider

Personal Interests:
Dr. Green enjoys time with his son, watching him learn, grow and play sports. In his free time he enjoys golf, tennis, CrossFit travel and exercise of all kinds.

Publications:
Schmorl’s Node Phenomenon, Journal of Neuromusculoskeletal System, Volume 2, No. 1 Spring 1994
Sacral Stress Fracture In A Female Runner: A Case Report, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Volume 30, No. 3