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  • Dr.
    Joshua Brooks

    Dr. Joshua Brooks is a Falls Church chiropractor who serves Falls Church and the surrounding communities in VA.

    Dr. Brooks is licensed through the Virginia Board of Medicine and is Board Certified in both Chiropractic and PhysioTherapy. He is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College, where he was an honors student throughout his career and the recipient of the Distinguished Service and Alumni Service awards. He also holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Health & Exercise Science from Syracuse University with a concentration in Pre-Medicine and Nutrition.

    While at Syracuse, Dr. Brooks was a non-scholarship athlete on the basketball team for three years, including the 2003 National Championship season. Throughout his collegiate career, he was able to observe elite-level athletic performance, injury prevention, and athletic injury treatment. Having a particular interest sports related injuries, Dr. Brooks utilizes his past experience in providing quality care for all of his patients. 

    Dr. Brooks is experienced in treating a variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. He employs the latest and most effective treatment techniques including Kinesio Taping, Graston and High Definition Video Biomechanical Motion Analysis, amongst many other rehabilitative protocols. 

    Dr. Brooks is currently an Approved Clinical Instructor with the Athletic Training and Education Program at George Mason University and additionally gives lectures on Chiropractic and Rehabilitation at Inova Fairfax Hospital amongst many other local hospitals and Universities.  That being said Dr. Brooks has had the opportunity to work with many local high school, amateur and collegiate athletes, and even the 2012 Gold Champion USA Mens Basketball team.

    Dr. Brooks is currently a member of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council, manages a First Aid/CPR/AED Training Center through the American Safety and Health Insititute, is Olympic Elite Sports Science Certified and has trained through the National Strength Training and Conditioning Association. 

    In addition, Dr. Brooks is an avid basketball and golf fan, and represents his local community through the Make a Wish Foundation, Boys and Girls Club, and Coaches vs. Cancer Charities. 

    If you have any questions about our Falls Church chiropractor, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Brooks Chiropractic and Rehab, please call us at 703-536-4800 today!

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  • "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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