You don’t have to be a professional athlete to be treated like one.
Greenwich Sports Medicine
Serving Greenwich for over 20 Years
7 Riversville Rd.
Greenwich, CT 06831
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 8am – 7pm
Friday – 8am – 5:45pm
Saturday – 8am – 12:30pm
1063 Hope Street.
Stamford, CT 06907
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 8am – 7pm
Friday – 8am – 5:45pm
Saturday – 8am – 12:30pm
GSM provides a wide array of services to take care of your musculoskeletal needs.
Whether it’s recovering from an injury, treating an existing issue, or improving your athletic abilities, we have the tools and experience to help you get better
Active Release Techniques | Medical Acupuncture | Functional Rehabilitation | Graston Technique
See our Services
Laser Treatment | Nutritional Laboratory | Orthotics | Soft-Tissue Therapy | EPAT® Shockwave
Performance Optimization | Professional Athletes | Pre/Post Surgical | Injury Rehabilitation
Your GSM team!
Dr. Gil Chimes is the Owner and Clinic Director of Greenwich Sports Medicine in Greenwich, CT. He is a sports chiropractor who specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal as well as sports injuries. He has post-graduate degrees in sports medicine (CCSP), Acupuncture and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is a Diplomate of the International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology (DIBCN) and also has post-graduate training in rehabilitation and nutrition.
Dr. Chimes provides unique treatments by combining soft tissue techniques, such as Active Release (ART), with Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and joint manipulation to optimize his results. Years of academic and hands-on experience have thrusted him to the front of his field, making him the go-to practitioner for some of the most complicated cases among Olympic and professional athletes. His success with these patients has earned him the position as the consulting chiropractor with the NYCFC (MLS) soccer team as well as The New York Yankees (MLB) baseball team, where he spends most home games in the locker room treating players.
Dr. Michael Prebeg is an innovative practitioner, specializing in performance enhancement, career longevity and injury recovery. As a graduate of New York Chiropractic College and a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, Dr. Prebeg provides unparalleled treatments through his unique combination of soft tissue techniques, such as Active Release (ART), with Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and joint manipulation to optimize his results. Years of academic and hands-on experience have catapulted his expertise to the front of his field, making him the go-to practitioner for some of the most complicated cases among NCAA, Olympic and professional athletes. His success with these patients has earned him the position of consulting chiropractor with the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA) and the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, where he spends most home games in the locker room treating players.
Christopher Mah is the managing partner and clinical director at Greenwich Sports Medicine at Twin Rinks. He obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic from the University of Bridgeport.
Dr. Mah is fully credentialed in Active Release Technique including nerve entrapments as well as the Graston technique. He is a certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner. He has completed the McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture Program through the Department of Anesthesia McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He is a certified Neurokinetic Therapy practitioner.
Dr. Mah provides a functional approach to treating sports injuries and has helped athletes of all levels with injury recovery and performance enhancement.
He currently consults with professional and Olympic athletes from MLB, NFL, NHL, AHL, WNBA, IAAF Track and Field, WTA, PSA, WISPA. He has worked with a wide variety of patients from post-operative seniors to Iron man Triatheletes.
Christopher obtained his Masters in Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. He is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist. He is eligible to sit for his Diplomate in the American Board of Chiropractic Nutrition.
Aaron Gerard is a treating physician at Greenwich Sports Medicine. He specializes in musculoskeletal injuries. He earned a bachelors of science degree in Kinesiology from Kansas State University. He obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic of Florida.
Dr. Gerard takes a functional approach to treating musculoskeletal injuries. He uses a combination of soft tissue techniques, medical acupuncture and joint manipulation. He has earned full body certification in Active Release Technique including nerve entrapments. Dr. Gerard has also completed the McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture Program through the Department of Anesthesia McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He has also completed the Advanced Neurofunctional Sports Performance Program.
He recognizes you can’t perform at your best when you are in pain and have restricted ranges of motion. His goals are to restore neurological function, enhance performance, improve recovery and prevent further injuries from occurring down the road.
Dr. Gerard is a chiropractic consultant for the MLS team, the NYCFC. Dr. Gerard has worked with athletes of all levels including: the LPGA Futures Tour, NFL, NHL, Ragnar Relays, United States Tennis Association, squash, professional strong men and women, highland games competitors, triathletes, marathoners, ironman competitors, cross fitters, baseball players, swimmers, surfers and many others.
Dr. Gerard has competed in multiple sports including football, basketball, track and field and natural bodybuilding. Now he enjoys training for strongman competitions.
Dr. Rago is a graduate of Emory University and the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and Clinical Nutrition programs. He has been an avid athlete his entire life, playing competitive soccer, lacrosse and ski racing at a junior Olympic level. He played lacrosse in college and became a certified personal trainer where he began working with clients of all ages, health and fitness levels. It was during this time that Dr. Rago began to develop his own ideas of the practice of healthy living and athletic performance.
Dr. Rago’s philosophy as a sports medicine doctor has evolved from the techniques and evidence-based medical practices that he was trained in while attending school and through his personal experience working with his clients on fitness, rehabilitation and nutritional level. Dr. Rago’s goal as a sports physician is to restore and improve functional movement patterns and to improve his patients’ athletic performance and overall life.
Dr. Rago’s philosophy as a sports medicine doctor has evolved from the techniques and evidence-based medical practices that he was trained in while attending school and through his personal experience working with his clients on fitness, rehabilitation and nutritional level. Dr. Rago’s goal as a sports physician is to restore and improve functional movement patterns and to improve his patients’ athletic performance and overall life through chiropractic, acupuncture, and corrective exercise.
Dr. Rago has had experience working with patients of all ages and walks of life. He has worked with athletes of all levels of development and performance. He consults with the MLS team, NYCFC. He has treated professional bodybuilders, baseball players and MMA fighters. While in Chiropractic College, Dr. Rago had the opportunity to work with the University of Bridgeport NCAA National Champion swim team along with the entire athletic program including the soccer, baseball, basketball, tennis, and gymnastics teams. He has a true passion for helping people and his focus lies within sports medicine and athletic rehabilitation and performance.
Dr. Betsy Pulick is a treating physician at Greenwich Sports Medicine. She graduated from Long Island University and obtained her Doctorate from the University of Bridgeport, College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Pulick is certified in Faktr, Graston and Rock Tape. She has completed the McMasters, Medical Acupuncture course in Hamilton, Ontario. Dr. Pulick while in Ontario studied under Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco, Sports Medicine Specialist, MD (Spain). She is a member of the ACA, CCA and the NYSCA.
Dr. Pulick listens very intently to her patient’s history and uncovers ways to help them move forward. She believes in the neuro-functional model of treatment and not chasing the pain. She takes into consideration the metabolic, neurological, biomechanical and behavioral aspects that all play a role in a patient’s dysfunction and discomfort. She enjoys treating athletes of all levels with injury recover and performance enhancement treatments. She uses a combination of soft tissue techniques, medical acupuncture and joint manipulation.
Dr. Pulick is an avid runner and has competed in 5k, 10k and Marathons. She incorporates some strength training in to her weekly program and has healthy eating habits (she gives into chocolate sometimes.) Throughout her life Dr. Pulick has danced, played soccer and field hockey.
Dr. Pulick lives with her husband and two little girls. Her free time is spent outdoors with her family and or under the ocean scuba diving. Dr. Pulick credits her father, William A. Haughey for instilling in her tenacity and strength to always raise her personal bar.
Dr. Dustin DebRoy is a treating physician at Greenwich Sports Medicine. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics from Central Michigan University and obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences in Illinois.
Dr. DebRoy has completed over 300 hours of continuing education in the area of injury treatment and prevention. He is certified through National University of Health Sciences in musculoskeletal acupuncture and has participated in numerous rehabilitation seminars focused on injury prevention and improving athletic performance. Currently, Dr. DebRoy is studying to become credentialed in the McKenzie Method, which focuses on conservative care for intervertebral disc pathologies.
As a physician, Dr. DebRoy’s goal is to educate and empower each person so they can live an active pain-free life at any age. Dr. DebRoy’s background in dietetics allows him to take a functional approach to treatment by using manual medicine and nutrition to optimize and reduce patient recovery time. Furthermore, by utilizing functional and corrective exercise to restore healthy movement patterns, his patients can better prevent recurrence of an injury.
Dr. DebRoy lives the lifestyle he advocates to patients. In his free time, he enjoys participating in various physical activities such as weightlifting, hiking, and competing in organized sports. In addition, he reads as much as possible and tests out new recipes that he can pass on to his patients. As a Michigan native, he is also a loyal Detroit sports fan and enjoys watching games when time permits.
Andie is a manual and movement therapist here at Greenwich Sports Medicine.
Andie graduated from Ithaca college with a clinical exercises science degree. She went on to work with EXOS as a strength and conditioning coach before finding her passion in the therapy world.
She is a licensed massage therapist, a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and an active release practitioner (ART). She is also certified in Neurokinetic therapy (NKT) and reflexive performance reset (RPR). She uses a combination of soft tissue techniques and a variety of different movement modalities to help restore healthy movement.
Andie is aware that each individual is different and needs a custom treatment plan to get them back to their full functioning capacity. Her goal is to improve performance by helping the individual understand their own body for optimal movement, whether they are a professional athlete or a weekend warrior. Regardless of having pain, there is a prehab or rehab program that you should be doing.
Michael is a movement therapist here at Greenwich Sports Medicine.
Mike has 10 years experience working as a Clinician in the fitness and rehabilitation field. Mike graduated from the University of Arizona with an undergrad degree in Health Science and a graduate degree in Exercise Physiology from Montclair State University. He has years of hands on clinical and research experience. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and Clinical Exercise Physiologist (CEP). Mike Specializes in designing individualized therapeutic exercise programs for all types of injuries as well as programming corrective exercise and stretching protocols for injury prevention.
Sydney Eppinger is the Director of Operations at Greenwich Sports Medicine. She has worked in healthcare for many years with a background in both general and specialized fields. Sydney attended Western Connecticut State University pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing with a double minor in Photography and Psychology. She loves working in healthcare and takes every opportunity to expand her knowledge base to stay abreast of developments in the field. Outside of the office, Sydney runs her own photography and furniture restoration business. She also enjoys traveling, doing yoga, and cooking.
Ourania Matsikas is a Registered Medical Assistant who has worked in various medical fields. She graduated from Lincoln Technical Institute in 2011 with a degree in Medical Assisting. She works in both Stamford and Greenwich locations. She has also worked as a Certified Pharmacy Technician and has a vast experience in the field. She loves the outdoors and on her free time you can find her enjoying nature. She is an active member of the community and participates in many philanthropic events.
Cheryl has been working at Greenwich Sports Medicine for the past 10 years as office manager and CFO. Previously, she has had 27 years of office managerial experience and insurance billing. Cheryl lives in Westchester with her husband. She has two successful children and 5 beautiful grandchildren. In her free time, Cheryl enjoys learning and reading about nutrition so she can cook wholesome meals and keep herself and family healthy.
One of the first faces you will see coming to Greenwich Sports Medicine.
One of the first faces you will see coming to Greenwich Sports Medicine.
Jenny is one of the first faces you will see at Greenwich Sports Medicine. She is currently going to school for Nursing and eventually plans to become a Mid-wife. She is the oldest of 3 siblings and the first to attend college. She was raised in Connecticut and is proud of her Puerto Rican - American born heritage. She is very family oriented and loves family games nights at home.
Greenwich Sports Medicine helps empower their patients to take control of their lives,
with the assistance of our team of patient-centered therapists and doctors.
We are the trusted sports medicine destination for dozens of professional athletes from the NFL, NHL, MLB, AHL, WNBA, and IAAF Track and field; we know how to get amazing results, fast.
Commitment to Our Community
Greenwich Sports Medicine is committed to taking on 1 case per month of an underprivileged person who is in desperate need of our care. Please send a brief description of your case and explain your current financial difficulties. We will review them, make a decision and call our new patient.
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Careers at GSM
Greenwich Sports Medicine is committed to finding the best and the brightest people to join our team. Prerequisite for employment at any of our locations is: Greenwich Sports Medicine is always looking for the hungry, humble, and smart. Thoes with a thirst for growth and knowledge, and a passion for helping people heal themselves.
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“F.I.T. has been an essential part of my career. In my experience as a top level athlete, If you are not using F.I.T. it is like you are using the wrong equipment for the sport.”
– Jonathan Power
Former #1 Ranked Squash Player in the world
“The Greenwich Sports Medicine doctors’ knowledge of anatomy is so exact. They’re like carvers, where some A.R.T guys are choppers. The precision correlates to RESULTS.”
– Mark Teixeira
Mens Journal, April 2013
“I cannot thank Dr. Chimes and Dr. Mah enough for their help throughout my lacrosse career. Whenever I experienced an injury, I was confident knowing that GSM was in my corner, ready to get me back on the field faster than anybody or anything else could. There is no comparison to the treatment received at GSM; these doctors are the best in the country at what they do.”
– Case Matheis
Men’s Lacrosse Duke University, Four-year letter winner & Four-year starter. Inside Lacrosse’s No. 1 incoming freshman 2012.
“Every day after my major knee injury, I spent my entire day online, searching the web to better understand my prognosis, treatment options, and the right medical partner to enlist in my recovery. I saw “the best” orthopedic and medical doctors in Rye, Scarsdale, and all over Westchester. A friend referred me to GSM and I immediately knew I found my team. The doctors had an expansive knowledge on the interworking of the musculoskeletal system and they applied it judiciously to my body. I can not recommend them enough. They’re the best of the best.”
– Jaime Urteaga
“Their knowledge of the how the body functions and how to heal it is above and beyond any practitioners I’ve been around in my 15+ years in the Health and Fitness industry.”
– Rich Mauro
“Cured me! Had chronic hip and glute pain!! Dr. Gerard promised me it would get better and I should keep doing what I did!! Spinning and Running! It did get better!!.”
– Dorothy Fuscaldo