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Meet Dr. Richard Green

Boston Chiropractor Dr. Richard Green

Dr. Richard Green

Title: President and Chiropractor
Contact Information:

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:

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

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