Dr. Williams has dedicated his life to treating sports injuries and teaching proper biomechanics to athletes, as well as any individual interested in leading an active life. He practices a hands-on and comprehensive approach to recovery from injury combined with a focus on the prevention of future injury. His expertise and caring demeanor has earned him the trust of Olympic, professional and collegiate athletes, as well as countless residents in the NY tri-state area that have turned to Dr. Williams so they can better enjoy their active lives. Dr. Williams has been an event coverage doctor for Ironman Lake Placid, New York City Triathlon, Toughman Triathlon, Central Park Triathlon and other local races.
Dr. Williams studied biology at Pace University before receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree from the New York Chiropractic College. He began his career at the Rhode Island Spine Center, researching the effects of spinal manipulation and neuro-mobilization in the treatment of spinal stenosis. His findings led to him being published in the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association.
In 2009, Dr. Williams became a nationally recognized member of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, receiving the designation of C.C.S.P. (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician). Additionally, he is full-body certified in Active Release Techniques and the Graston Technique.
Living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Dr. Williams enjoys being able to improve the lives of individuals he considers as his “neighbors”. He leads an active and busy life, running after his two young children when he’s not in the office.
Why do I need a Chiropractor?
Injuries are common. They can happen anywhere, anytime, whether you’re training for a marathon or taking out the trash. We’re all human and our bodies, despite our best efforts, remain vulnerable.
Most injuries come from overuse or unintentional strain, leaving both weekend warriors and soccer moms with unwanted muscle pulls, neck and back pains, or worse– damage to delicate joints and tendons.
Doctors of chiropractic diagnose these injuries through a variety of non-invasive procedures, offering specialized treatment to correct vertebral misalignment and eliminate debilitating scar tissue.
Do I need Rehabilitation?
After an injury, it’s normal for you to experience pain, stiffness and a temporary loss of strength. After your initial treatment, we’ll prescribe a rehabilitative program to decrease your pain and restore the damaged muscle’s strength and function.
Typical rehabilitation can include chiropractic adjustment, electrical muscle stimulation and a combination of range of motion and strengthening exercises, all of which can be done in the Doctor’s office or in the comfort of your own home.
In addition to physical treatment, we believe the rehabilitation process includes educating you as to how to best prevent further injuries. This involves correcting the causes of your body’s imbalance as well as improving your nutrition and training habits.
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