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Dr. Scott F. Gillman

Gillman Chiropractic, PC
Practicing Spine and Sports Chiropractic
scott@drgillman.com; www.drgillman.com
Phone:508-650-1091/Fax: 508-650-1563


  • 22nd Central American and Caribbean Games 2014, Veracruz, Mexico: On the medical team providing care to athletes from over thirty countries
  • World Games 2013, Cali, Colombia: On the medical team providing care to athletes from over forty nations at this Olympic-level international venue
  • Pan American Games 2011, Guadalajara, Mexico: Medical provider. Worked in the Polyclinic and on-site at different sports venues (karate, judo, volleyball, gymnastics); one of several sports chiropractors selected to be part of the medical system for the host country
  • U.S. Olympic Training Center rotation, Colorado Springs, June 2010
  • Olympic Games, Beijing 2008: World Olympians Association on-site clinic; provided care to international athletes and coaches/staff members who did not have access to sports chiropractic
  • Medical coordinator: Brestyan’s Invitational; arranges and provides on-site chiropractic sports medicine during this annual, regional gymnastics event hosted by the Brestyan’s American Gymnastics Club.
  • CrossFit: Provider at Northeast Regionals, 2013; East Coast Championships 2014; also a volunteer at local competitions
  • Penn Relays: Provider for the Jamaican track and field team, 2009–2012
  • USA Gymnastics National Healthcare Referral Network: Medical staff member for 2008 Visa Championships and also Champions City-to-City Tour, Boston
  • Team Chiropractor: Boston Renegades USL Women’s Division-1 Soccer League, 1999–2004
  • International Powerlifting Association: Medical staff, 2004 and 2008 World Championships
  • AllExperts.com: Top-rated volunteer—answered over 1,200 questions from the public (as of Dec. 2013)
  • Board of Directors: MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, 2000–2006
  • Member: New England Sports Medicine Council; American Chiropractic Association; FICS-Sport.org
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida: Adjunct faculty member for the Preceptorship Program, 2010


CEO at Gillman Chiropractic, PC (Opened in 1991; Incorporated 2011)
Dr. Gillman completed his Chiropractic Sports Medicine specialty degree in 2004 through the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. His practice utilizes modern, evidence-guided, patient-centered care for athletes and non-athletes with musculoskeletal conditions. Patients undergo a thorough physical examination of spine and extremities encompassing orthopedic and neurologic testing, functional movement, and strength assessment. He provides manual joint manipulation to the spine and/or extremities, advanced soft-tissue therapy procedures, and exercise training. Graston Technique, FAKTR, RockTape (kinesiologic tape) techniques, and deep-tissue/fascial manipulation are some of the methods regularly used. Lumbar spine decompression is available via hydraulic distraction tables. Both pre-fabricated and custom foot orthotic fabrication is available. Photos of products and exercise videos are available on our website, www.drgillman.com.

Certifications: Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician; Graston Technique; FAKTR; Fascial Movement Taping; International Sports Sciences Diploma; Acupuncture (100-hour certification)

Previous Experience: Senior Pharmacology Research Technician, Nova Pharmaceutical Corp., 1983–1986


“Long-Lasting Analgesic Effect of Oxymorphonazine in Rats,” Agonists and Antagonists III, n. 7675, 1985
“Work Related Injury,” The Hanover Report, June 1993

“The impact of chiropractic manipulative therapy on chronic recurrent lateral ankle sprain syndrome in two young athletes,” Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, 2004
Two-case study of abrupt resolution of chronic, recurrent, inversion sprain to ankles in young recreational athletes; this article described the phenomenon that is commonly observed and discussed the theoretical mechanisms.


Diplomate: American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians
Chiropractic Sports Medicine (DACBSP), 2004

Federation Internationale de Chiropratique du Sport (FICS-Sport.org)
International Chiropractic Sports Sciences Diploma (ICCSD), 2007
(Required certification for international sports venue eligibility)

Northwestern Health Sciences University
Doctor of Chiropractic, 1986–1990

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
BS biology (neuroscience focus), 1979–1983


Back Safety Program
Framingham Fire Department, 2010: Provided a lecture and instruction on what is currently known and clinically valid regarding spine care, back pain, and injury prevention

Lectures and Presentations  (not a complete list)
- Boston Health and Fitness Expo 2013
- New England Sports Medicine Council 2012
- Northeastern University, 2011, Kinesiologic tape workshop for Athletic Training staff
- USA Gymnastics National Congress, Hartford, Connecticut, 2010
- Grand Rounds: MetroWest Medical Center Framingham (~1995) and Natick (~1997)
- Medical lectures: Southboro Medical, Natick Medical, Charles River Medical

MetroWest Daily News, Framingham, MA
Monthly columnist: topics on health, fitness, and sports medicine
Click here for articles


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