Why do I do what I do?
The answer is both simple and complex. I do what I do because I want to help people achieve goals. These goals come in every variation you can imagine. Some people want to simply be out of pain others want to be able to run a mile, a 5k, a marathon, an ultra-marathon, whatever it could be. It is my job to help them along the way so they can achieve those goals and make themselves into an upgraded version of themselves.
How do I do what I do?
I use adjustments, soft tissue mobilization and rehabilitation. Every client has different goals and needs so I make sure to have a diverse skill set to meet and exceed these goals. I hate being sold so I do not try to sell you on something you do not want. We simply get down to the business of achieving what is desired.
What do I do?
I am a sports chiropractor. Give me a call, shoot me an email or text and I would be happy to help.
Christopher S. Foust, DC, CCSP®
Dr. Chris is a 2007 graduate from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, MO. He began practicing in Fayetteville, NC before returning home to his roots in Ohio in 2009. During his career he has treated thousands of patients with conditions ranging from chronic, nagging pain to acute, severe pain. He believes in a whole body approach to fully treat and maintain your body. He utilizes chiropractic, rehabilitation and soft tissue techniques, including FAKTR, for the benefit of his patients via Chiropractic Care in Northeast Ohio.
He has received his CCSP® (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician®). This means he has become board certified in Sports Medicine by the ACBSP (American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians). He is currently working towards a DACBSP®, the terminal certification provided by ACBSP. The skills/knowledge acquired during this training allow him to be a better physician for athletes and non-athletes alike.
Another facet of chiropractic care Dr. Chris practices is short-term office coverage. He has been providing statewide chiropractic office coverage for 5+ years and has been exposed to many different types of offices. The primary goal of this coverage is to keep offices and treatment plans on track while the regular doctor is away. He believes office coverage should focus on being flexible allowing you to treat like the regular doctor as best as you can. This is done to provide as much of a seamless bridge as possible in treatment for the patient while the doctor is away and to keep everyone in the process happy.