Meet the Doctor
Dr. Tim McCrossen, B.S., D.C.
Dr. McCrossen is entering his 24th year as a chiropractic physician.In his practice sees a variety of conditions, specializing in the treatment of injuries from car accidents, on the job injuries, sports related injuries, and back and neck pain.
- Certified with National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners for CDL/DOT medical card exams
- Ergonomic Assessment Specialist
- Functional Capacity Evaluator
- Breath Alcohol Technician
- Associate member of the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians
Dr. McCrossen has been performing employment physicals for local companies as well as Department of Transportation physicals for over the past 25 years. He also works with athletes in sports specific performance training and has treated professional and Olympic athletes in his private practice.
Dr. Tim McCrossen is a United States Olympic Athlete and chiropractic physician. He graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1988 and was a 12-time NCAA track All-American and 2-time National Champion. He was awarded the Senior Scholar Athlete award at St. Lawrence and was one of six winners across the country for an NCAA post graduate scholarship for all sports. He was inducted into the St. Lawrence athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.
While in college, his research from a grant from General Foods was accepted for presentation at the International Chemical Senses Convention. His graduate work at Life College in Atlanta Ga. earned him his chiropractic degree. He was recruited for the US Olympic Bobsled Team and competed in the 1994 Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway.
Dr. McCrossen was awarded the Key to the City of Cincinnati in 1996. He headed up an anti-steroid group of doctors and presented his work before the NCAA and National High School Association. He has developed nutritional programs for Kellogg's for high school student athletes.
Dr. McCrossen's background as a physician and world class athlete gives him a unique perspective of how the human frame works and functions. He can assess a worker's strengths and weaknesses, and can show companies alternative ways they can take to help prevent future injuries.