Beyond Wellness Chiropractor & Physical Therapy in Ashburn, Leesburg, Reston
October 4, 2018

About Us

The Beyond Wellness Practice Management Group is not your typical network of chiropractors, physical therapists, and/or acupuncturists. We do not represent just one company, but many. To be accepted in our group, providers go through a rigorous interview process to even be considered based on merit, personality, and skills. Only the best of the best are accepted. Rest assured, you will be in good hands. Company Purpose Have you noticed healthcare and insurance companies getting more and
  Ah, my old friend carpal tunnel, we meet again. Or, as I like to call him, the most common peripheral nerve entrapment in the body. I have a very love/hate relationship with carpal tunnel. I enjoy treating it because the evidence for how to diagnose and treat carpal tunnel is clear, well established, and graduated. There are clear steps ranging from conservative to surgical, and an order that is followed across many professionals. So
“Golfers elbow” and “Tennis elbow” are nicknames for medial and lateral epicondylitis, respectively. Basically, golfers elbow is inner elbow pain, and tennis is outer elbow pain. But don’t get too caught up in the names or thinking they come only from those sports. I have never treated a golfer with golfers elbow or a tennis player with tennis elbow. Ironically I have treated a golfer with tennis elbow and a tennis player with golfers elbow.
Dizziness is one of the most common reasons Americans see a Doctor, but did you know there are different kinds of dizziness? Vertigo is an acute, powerful sensation that you or the world is spinning. Typically this is so strong that you will not be able to walk, may experience nausea or vomit, and may have rapid eye movements called nystagmus. Typically this does not last for more than minutes. Dizziness is a low grade
Torticollis is an acute or congenital (genetic) shortening of one of the muscles in the neck called the Sternocleidomastoid (commonly abbreviated as SCM). This leads to a head that is tilted to one side and rotated to the opposite side as shown in the picture below. Torticollis can be caused by a number of different issues, ranging from muscular or bony malformations, neurological pathology, ocular problems, to spasmodic (cervical dystonia), drugs, increased intracranial pressure, or