Christopher 'Skip' Green DC
Hometown: Amsterdam, New York
Rugby Coverage Experience: 20 years
Doctor Christopher M. Green was born and raised in Amsterdam, New York. He completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York, College at Brockport; his professional studies at Life University, College of Chiropractic, in Marietta, Georgia.
After school, Dr. Green returned to New York where he was employed within the Physical Rehabilitation Suite of Amsterdam Memorial Hospital. While there, he worked side by side with orthopedic surgeons, PTs, ATCs, physiatrists, anesthesiologists, podiatrists, RNs and internists in a multi-disciplinary setting.
Doctor Green treats patient two weeks to 90 years old. He is a former multi-sport amateur athlete. He was a member of the 2000 Life University Running Eagles and helped his club lift the Cup as Super League as National Champions. He has significant amount of experience and interest in diagnosing and treating athletes and their sports injuries. He holds a Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification from NASM. He is also happens to be a federally certified DOT Medical Examiner (#9001524897) as well.
In Doctor Green's free time he also volunteers his time coaching Bonita Springs Little League youth baseball, Bella Terra Youth Touch Rugby, and other SWFL rugby events.
As a late age athlete he still occasionally plays rugby for The Brockport Doggies, The Schenectady Reds, The Atlanta Old Boys and The Naples Hammerheads where he is a financial donor to those teams as well as your Southwest Florida Copperheads Rugby League Club.
In his leisure time he plays guitar poorly. He has three beautiful children, Townson Michael, Ryder Davis, and Nola Riley Scarlett with his wife and the boss Doctor Michelle M. Giroux.