We specialize in sports related injuries.

With a long history of experience of athletics in many different types of sports, we can relate to how a sports injury can cause a big step back for athletes. Before Dr.Fair began treating Crossfit and Olympic Weightlifting athletes he started treating college golfers and swimmers, professional baseball pitchers, collegiate football and rugby players, and a number of volleyball and soccer players. After gaining credibility within different avenues of athletics, he began working with Crossfit and Olympic weightlifting athletes from some of the top gyms in the country including California Strength and NorCal Crossfit. Since then, he has jumped head first into learning the ins and outs of the Snatch and Clean and Jerk. Being an avid Crossfitter and Olympic Weightlifter, Dr.Fair has experienced the injuries first hand. He feels strongly about finding the root of the movement dysfunction in whatever discipline the athlete is coming from.

He implements multiple movement screens and uses treatment protocols from Active Release Technique, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization from the Prague School of Rehabilitation, and multiple other techniques to discover the issue and eliminate the threat as soon as possible.

One thing Dr.Fair prides himself in is his ability to keep the athletes in their sport as much as possible and to rotate the weaknesses into a source of rehabilitation.



Many Chiropractors focus on reducing pain and finding how they can relieve muscle spasms. While they do a great job of that, we spend a little more time and attention on finding the root cause of the pain or dysfunction. At our offices we look to the structure of the spine and approach the body as a building. We look directly to the foundation and work from the inside out. While our adjusting technique focuses on the Gonstead System of analysis and adjusting, we take many other things into account to ensure we have left no stone unturned.

Secondary Conditions
Acid reflux
Attention Deficit Disorder
Bell’s Palsy
Blood Pressure
Bone Spurs
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue
Digestive Disorders
Disc Bulge or Herniation
Gastrointestinal Dysfunction
Golfer’s Elbow
High Blood Pressure
Hyperactivity (ADHD)
Immune Function
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Knee Pain
Learning Disorders
Low Back Pain
Menstrual Disorders
Mid Back Pain
Migraine Headaches
Multiple Sclerosis
Neck Pain
Neurologic Dysfunction
Numbness and Tingling (arms/feet)
Otitis Media (Ear Infections)
Posture-related issues
Shoulder and Arm pain
Seizure Disorders
Skin Disorders
Sleep Disorders
Sports Injuries
Tennis Elbow
TMJ Disorder/Dysfunction
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Visual/ Eye Disturbances