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We value our patients' experience at Brooks Chiropractic and Rehab. If you are currently a patient, please feel free to visit one of our social media sites to tell about your experience here at Brooks Chiropractic and Rehab.  Listed below are a few examples from some of our patients...


Dr Brooks is my favorite chiropractor to date. He is a good listener, very thorough, timely, provides the right treatment at the right intervals, and is very friendly and personable. I recently moved out of Virginia and was very sad to have to transition to a new chiropractor in Texas. He wrote up a summary of my treatment and said he was available by phone if my new chiropractor needs to discuss my treatment. He's a jewel!

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I have a chronic back problem and I've been going to Dr. Brooks for about two years.  When I first moved to Fairfax, the first chiropractor I went to was extremely rough and seemed dismissive of my concerns.   Then, my primary care doctor at NovaMed associates recommended Dr. Brooks.  As soon as I went to him, I knew I had found the right doctor.  He does a thorough evaluation and assessment, and really listens to my perspective.  I find him extremely gentle and also very effective.  I've sent family members to him as well, and they've also been very pleased.  Even though his new office is 45 minutes away, I keep going because he helps me so much.

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Dr. Brooks listened to me attentively re my back problem and explained the treatment clearly. He is patient, honest  and willing to help to his best capability. Also, he has a good time management skill; I usually wait less than 10 minutes for appts, which is more effective compared with other doctor offices.  If you would give him a chance, you will be pleased having him as your chiropractor.

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Doctor Brooks listens to your problem and my treatment plan has worked wonders! I will not be changing chiropractor any time soon.Give him a try!


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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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