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Conditions We Treat

Here at Brooks Chiropractic and Rehab, we have the knowledge and expertise to manage a variety of injuries.  Here is a list of some of the most common conditions that are successfully treated in our clinic...


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Neck/Upper Back Pain
Whiplash
Arthritis 
Cervical Disc Herniation
Cervical Stenosis 
Tension Headache
Migraine 
TMJ 
Vertigo


Frozen_Shoulder_Falls_Church_VA_22046.pngShoulder
Adhesive Capsulits (Frozen Shoulder)
Rotator Cuff/Labrum Tear 
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
Chronic Shoulder Dislocations 
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 
Bursitis


Elbow/Forearm
Golfer's Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) 
Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome 
Bursitis 
Radial Tunnel Syndrome 
Median Nerve Entrapment


Carpal_Tunnel_Syndrome_Falls_Church_VA_22046.pngWrist/Hand/Finger 
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Trigger Finger 
Wrist Sprain/Strain 
Rheumatoid & Degenerative Arthritis 
Tenosynotvitis (DeQuervains Syndrome)  


Mid Back
Thoracic Strain 
Scoliosis
Scheuermann's Kyphosis 
Arthritis 
Fibromyalgia 
Osteoporosis


Back_Pain_Falls_Church_VA_22046.pngLow Back
Lumbar Strain
Arthritis 
Lumbar Disc Herniation
Sciatica
Lumbar Stenosis 
Spondylolisthesis


Hip 
Piriformis Syndrome 
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction 
Bursitis 
Hip Joint Dysfunction 
Arthritis
Snapping Hip Syndrome


Knee_Pain_Falls_Church_VA_22046.pngKnee 
Iliotibial Band Syndrome 
Bursitis 
Ligament Sprains 
Tendonitis 
Meniscus Injury 
Arthritis


Ankle/Foot/Toe
Achilles Tendonitis 
Plantar Fasciitis
Ankle Sprains 
Shin Splints 
Flat Feet/Arch Pain 
Turf Toe

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Brooks Chiropractic & Rehab

Monday:

8am - 7pm

Tuesday:

8am - 7pm

Wednesday:

8am - 7pm

Thursday:

8am - 7pm

Friday:

8am - 7pm

Saturday:

9am - 12pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "Dr. Brooks is awesome! I have a life now thanks to him and his work on my neck and back. Thanks bunches!"
    Peggi H. / Falls Church, VA

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