Welcome to Greenwich Sport Medicine

Greenwich Sports Medicine utilizes a multi-dimensional approach to Rehabilitation, Therapy and Fitness. We utilize advanced “Hands On” techniques to establish correct posture and body mechanics followed by specific therapeutic exercises. We use treatments that work with not against, the natural functions of the body to promote healing and relieve pain. Our approach is unlike any other practice where our treatments are integrated approach to live a pain free holistic lifestyle.

Our Mission

At Greenwich Sports Medicine, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives. We believe that knowledge can be empowering. The more we understand our bodies as well as the mechanisms that cause injuries, the more committed we are to becoming healthier.

Our office is devoted to educating you about your body, how it works and how to heal it. We believe in working with our patients as collaborator. We strive to educate our patients that the benefits of wellness or preventative care are far superior to that of symptom relief care.

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Article in Men's Journal by Dr. Gil Chimes

April, 2013

Greenwich Sports Medicine Puts ART on Local Map

Friday, February 24, 2006

"I am like a new specimen," gushed Olympic 400-meter hurdler vonne Harrison, the Puerto Rican national record holder. She couldn't contain the excitement in her voice asshe spoke with the Greenwich Citizen recently, just a couple of days before hopping on a plane heading
from New York to Illinois where she resides.

Fit and functional in Greenwich

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Fairfield University lacrosse player Bill Dickey was having persistent hamstring problems this spring, and could not find a cure until he discovered Greenwich Sports Medicine (GSM), a unique and innovative practice on Riversville Road that has changed the way many athletes view their workout routines.

Diets Gone Wrong? Don’t Take it Personal

Friday, June 30, 2006

The problem with dieting is that most people don’t know how to do it — from buying groceries to how many times a day to eat, to exercising the right way — and depend on fad diets to show them the way. But before plunging into a new weight loss program halfheartedly, the question dieters should be asking themselves is, “How do I know this diet will work for me?