David Cruz, DC, CSCS, FMS, SFMA
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David Cruz, DC, CSCS, FMS, SFMA

Dr. David Cruz practiced as a sports chiropractor for 18 years treating athletic injuries, from weekend warriors to professional athletes. He received his bachelor’s of science degree in athletic training and has completed graduate course work in kinesiology. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) as well as having both FMS and SFMA certifications. The combination of his background in sports medicine and interest in technology made him passionate about bringing these two worlds closer together, resulting in the foundation of his company WebExercises in 2005.
WebExercises is an end-to-end solution for exercise rehabilitation professionals and is currently integrated with several EHR companies. In addition to WebExercises.com, Dr. Cruz is co-founder and partner of two other software businesses within the health care and technology industry.

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We can all relate to our mothers telling us to “sit up” and “don’t slouch” when we were kids but never really took it to heart. Now research is indicating that mom actually did know best about posture. Considering how often we use our mobile phones and computers, upper cross

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Assessing this full body movement provides a foundation for designing a client’s exercise program. See how to use the results of a squat assessment to incorporate corrective exercise strategies and potentially lower injury risks.

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The ability to perform a squat or partial squat is an essential primal movement in life we must all be able to do, whether you are 8 or 80 years old. When we think of a squat, most of us associate the move with weight training or a specific sport

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Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries among physically active people accounting for an estimated 23,000 sprains — daily –that are attributed to athletic activity. (1)

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Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, responsible for approximately 2 million orthopedic office visits annually and reported to affect between 10 and 20% of injured athletes. (1, 2) It affects males more often than females between the ages of 40 and 60, partly due to degeneration

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