We use SEMG (Surface Electromylograph), computerized Muscle Testing, Range of Motion, and even Heart Rate Variability computing to help us identify your health issue and monitor your progress toward resolution and evolution beyond it. We have complete digital and computerized X-ray equipment and stitching software to analyze your spinal postural problems for you using the most advanced technologies available to the chiropractic field.
What do you want us to help you with? . . . Cure a pain? Dramatically improve the health of you or someone in your family? Slow down aging? Improve sports performance?
We feel we are the most advanced office in the city.
Do you like a strong adjustment? Do you like a light adjustment?
The chiropractic techniques we offer range across the entire spectrum of chiropractic methodologies, from strong adjusting techniques and CBP and Pettibon postural rehab, to the lightest techniques of Upper Cervical Work and Network chiropractic.
Dr David Walls-Kaufman
Dr. David Walls-Kaufman has served on the Washington DC Chiropractic Advisory Committee to the Mayor and the Medical Board. He also served the City by examining incoming Doctors for licensure.
He is currently on the Board of Directors for the Council on Chiropractic Practice (CCP), an international body that reviews materials relevant to creating guidelines on chiropractic standards of practice.
He participated in the first class of chiropractors entering the RCS international study on chiropractic and earned a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Human Participant Protections for Research certification.
He has delivered weekly pro bono services in the Wellness Center at the internationally known N Street Village Women's Shelter.
Dr. David Walls-Kaufman was recently honored at a N Street Village Gala for his contributions to their organization.
In addition, he has donated thousands of dollars to chiropractic research. He is a multiple-times winner in American and international tai chi competitions and has taught a free outdoor class in the Chinese tradition in DC since 1994.