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Dr. Hal Rosenberg is a leader in Bay Area Sports medicine and has been helping athletes for over 20 years. A member of the USA Triathlon sports medicine staff and he has served Sports Medicine rotations at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO. He is a former certified coach for USA Cycling. As a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP), Dr. Rosenberg specializes in the treatment of athletes. He has a diverse clinical approach by combining chiropractic, exercise rehabilitation, functional performance enhancement, Functional Movement Screening (FMS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Graston Technique (GT) soft tissue therapy, and functional kinesiology athletic taping. Dr. Rosenberg is a former instructor of Active Release Techniques (ART) soft tissue therapy.

An Ultramarathon runner and Ironman triathlete himself, Dr. Rosenberg's clinical practice includes athletes of all levels and disciplines – from fitness enthusiasts to professional athletes and Olympians. Additionally, Dr. Rosenberg is a faculty member at his alma mater Palmer College of Chiropractic West where he teaches Sports Chiropractic.

 "My goal is to get you out of pain and back to an active and healthy lifestyle as quickly as possible. I educate my patients on how to stay healthy, active, and avoid injuries. I strive to deliver immediate and lasting relief from pain and enhance daily performance." - Hal Rosenberg, DC, CCSP

WHAT WE DO

We know what's on your mind:

  • “What's wrong?”

  • “Can you help me?”

  • “How long will it take?”

  • “How much will it cost?”

  • “Do I have to stop doing my favorite activities?”

We help provide answers to those questions and aim to:

  • Identify and correct the problem

  • If it is something we can't help you directly with, we will refer you to the appropriate practitioner

  • Teach you to manage your injury and adapt your training and daily activity while you recover

  • Help you develop strategies to prevent recurrence