Dr. Peter

About Dr. Peter

Peter Chiang DC, CCSP graduated Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida in 2009. He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician through American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. In addition, he is a certified practitioner of Active Release Technique (ART), Graston, RockTape, and FAKTR. Dr. Peter specializes in the care of acute, chronic, sports, and overuse musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Peter is currently the Team Physician for the Metrowest Colonials and Blackstone Valley Bruins semi-pro football teams.

Why We Should Foam Roll Everyday

By: Dr. Peter Chiang DC, CCSP

To understand why we need to foam roll everyday, we need to understand the myofascial system that is affected by foam rolling, or other “releasing” techniques.

The myofascial system is made up of Myo = muscle, and Fascia = bandage or “girdle”. Fascia is a connective tissue just below the skin

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Lessons From My Knee Injury….

– Dr. Peter Chiang DC, CCSP
My knee problem started on the high school football fields. During one of the plays, I was involved in a tackle that caused one of the other players to fall on my knee. The injury was diagnosed as a bone bruise by the trainer at hand, I thought nothing of

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Ankle Sprains: A Chiropractic Approach

By:  Dr. Peter Chiang, DC, CCSP
Most people will visit the chiropractor for back and neck injuries, but although it is not as well known, is that chiropractors can also treat sprains and strains. The body tends to compensate for any injury or weakness, causing additional problems in areas that were previously healthy.  A person who

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Tennis and Golf Elbow: Causes and Treatment

A Common Cause of Pain For Fitness Oriented People And Athletes Alike
by Peter Chiang DC, CCSP

Tennis elbow or Lateral epicondylitis is inflammation, soreness, or pain on the outside of the upper arm near the elbow.  Golfer’s elbow or Medial epicondylitis is pain and inflammation on the inner side of your elbow.

How the injury occurs:

Both of

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