Mitch Green, DC, DACRB, FACC
Dr. Mitch Green’s seminars emphasize patient evaluation and the need for active care procedures. With this knowledge, doctors can link the assessment to prescribed exercise. Chiropractors who embrace this paradigm will enjoy better patient outcomes and be better prepared to endure third-party inquiries. His seminars have been described as innovative and challenging and definitely game changers.
Dr. Green is devoted to furthering the clinical acumen of the chiropractic profession, and it’s his mission to help integrate evidence-based rehabilitation principles, the functional paradigm and active care into the chiropractic practice.
Upon graduation from the New York Chiropractic College in 1981, he was hired as an associate professor in the chiropractic division. In 1991 he was invited to join the inaugural faculty at the University of BridgeportCollege of Chiropractic where he taught normal x-ray anatomy. He currently is a faculty member of NYCC’s post-graduate division and frequently conducts rehabilitation seminars that are approved for continuing education credits.
Dr. Green was certified by the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (ACRB) in 2011 and became an approved instructor for the educational wing of the ACRB following an additional year of training. In 2012, he launched an approved diplomate program that leads candidates to certification status with the ACRB.
In addition to running two successful practices in New York City, Dr. Green is the director of the dance injury and rehabilitation clinic for the Manhattan Youth Ballet, a pre-professional ballet school located in New York City. He is also actively involved with training runners for the NYC marathon. He is the president and delegate for the New York State Chiropractic Association’s District 1 in Manhattan.
He has written articles for publications such as the Journal of the North American Rehab Specialist and DC Practice Insights.
NCMIC Seminar topics:
- Physical Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete
- Physical Rehabilitation of the Injured Dancer
- Integrating Rehabilitation into the Chiropractic Practice
- Physical Rehabilitation of the Spine and Extremities