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Welcome to Proactive Chiropractic and PT!


(301) 217-0515

1201 Seven Locks Rd. Ste 212 Rockville, MD

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Proactive Chiropractic, Physical Therapy and Massage, offers the finest quality care. Dr. Joseph Pollack, Dr. Ryan Mullen, Dr. Marshall Dispenza, Dr. Yi Ju Chen, Mrs. Kim Rea, Ms. Yoshiko Spratley and Ms. Carole Dean work to create the perfect treatment plan to help alleviate your pain and teach you strategies to prevent its recurrence.

Our goal is to optimize your body's potential. We work to discover the source of your ailments and develop a personalized strategy. Our doctors and therapists get outstanding results by utilizing a combination of therapies; chiropractic adjustments, trigger point therapy, stretching, traction, dry needling, strengthening and home exercise programs help us fix your problem and keep you healthy. You only get one body, take good care of it.

Proactive Chiropractic and Physical Therapy participates with most health insurance companies. We have flexible hours and will do our best to get you an appointment on the day you call. Feel free to check out the website to use as a resource for healthy living.

We are conveniently located on the border of Rockville and Potomac at 1201 Seven Locks Road, Suite 212. Don't spend another day in pain.

Request an appointment online, or give us a call at (301) 217-0515.

Testimonial

  • "Proactive Chiropractic really helped me with my lower back issue. Joe Pollack took a great deal of time evaluating and treating my back. Each session I felt more relief and the simple exercises he gave me really helped which were easy to fit into my daily routine. He also had that personal touch to check in with me to see how I was doing between sessions and after my treatment was complete. I would highly recommend Proactive Chiropractic."
    Lisa
  • ""About eight months ago, I began a job that required me to spend much more time in front of a computer and in my car. As a result, I started to get a lower back pain that I had not experienced before. After several sessions with Dr. Pollack, I was back to feeling normal. Not only did I feel better following treatment, Dr. Pollack also showed me several techniques to prevent future discomfort. Thanks Dr. Joe!""
    Ricky
  • ""After years of standard physical therapy for various parts of my body, I had my first experience with Proactive Chiropractic treatment for my neck. I was surprised how quickly this current treatment released the tension in my neck; therefore the pain eased and recovery started with the first visit.""
    Mary M.

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Proactive Chiropractic and PT

Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed