Richard W. Hare, DC

Dr. Hare is the owner of Synergy Sports Rehab, located inside (TELOS Fitness Center).  He is a 1999 graduate of Parker College of Chiropractic and has been practicing in the Dallas area for 18 years.  He has completed extensive post-graduate training in the field of Sports Injury and Rehabilitation, and Active Release Technique (Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, Long Track Nerve Entrapment, Biomechanics, and Master’s Course).  Dr. Hare also holds advanced certifications as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist under the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  He is also an experienced practitioner of the Kinesio Taping Method, and a Level I practitioner of Graston Technique.  Dr. Hare’s primary focus is the evaluation and treatment of CrossFit athletes and post-surgical rehabilitation of the spine, shoulder, hip, and knee.

Additionally, he has served as the team chiropractor for the Dallas Harlequins Super League Rugby Team, Samsung Wireless Motocross team, PlayTri Triathlon Club and is a past member of the ART Sports Medicine Team for the Ironman Triathlon.  Dr. Hare’s expertise also extends to players of the NFL, MLB, PGA, WWE Wrestlers, Olympic Track & Field athletes, elite rugby players, Ironman triathletes, marathon runners, cyclists, collegiate baseball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and football players, professional MMA fighters, and CrossFit athletes.  He has also had the opportunity to work with musical groups such as the Eagles, Jimmy Buffet, and Lady GaGa.  His knowledge of sports injuries comes from years of competition in pole vaulting, rugby, football, bodybuilding, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and CrossFit.

Dr. Hare is a network provider for all major health insurance plans.

Email:  drhare@sbcglobal.net.

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    13701 Dallas Parkway (inside TELOS)
    Dallas, Texas, 75240
    972.386.2560
    http://www.sportchiro.net