Form, Mobility, and Recovery Workshop
We will be covering not only mobility and form fixes to avoid injury in basic movement patterns, but also a big focus on stabilization patterns to avoid the injuries that are seen most in exercise.
Dr. Graig Shapiro is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College where he was inducted into the Phi Chi Omega Honor Society. Prior to Chiropractic college he attended the University at Buffalo where he graduated with honors with a degree in Exercise Science as well as a Masters degree in Nutrition Science.
Dr. Shapiro has received specialized training in Chiropractic care for athletes, and enjoys treating patients of all levels of physical activity from elite athletes to weekend warriors. In addition to being in private practice since 2012, his past experience includes working with Division 1 collegiate runners, high level Olympic lifting athletes, Crossfit competitors at various competitions, treating participants of local races such as the Buffalo Subaru Chase, and 8 years experience as a personal trainer. He has also had the opportunity to work with persons of varying disabilities from cerebral palsy to amputees. Dr. Shapiro also has the distinct pleasure of being adjunct faculty at Bryant and Stratton College in the Healthcare Department.