Meet Our Ashburn Chiropractor
Dr. Keegan specializes in acute and chronic conditions of the spine and neuromusculoskeletal system. Specifically, he handles conditions that range from neck and back pain to sports injuries to headaches and everything in between. His background in sports and understanding of athletic performance makes him uniquely qualified to confidently address most sports related conditions and injuries. From analyzing technique to enhancing performance, Dr. K. has an arsenal of information to help you out.
Dr. Keegan also has years of experience relieving pain from auto accidents, falls, arthritis, degenerative conditions, disk problems, numbness in the arms and legs, among others.
If you have any questions about whether or not you could benefit from chiropractic care , Dr. K. is always available to talk or can answer your e-mail questions.
Hailing from Clifton Park, NY, Dr. Keegan received his Bachelors degree from Fairfield University. With a Bachelors of Art in Politics, a minor in Art History, and a Pre-Med concentration, he continued his education at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls NY. Graduating Cum Laude in 1996, Dr. Keegan established Keegan Chiropractic in Sterling, VA in 1997. He is a member of The American Chiropractic Association and the District Director of the Unified Virginia Chiropractic Association.
In August 2008, Dr. Keegan Moved the office to our present location in Ashburn (some think it was to be closer to Starbucks).
“My approach to chiropractic and health has always been to get the body to function the way it was designed to function. Specifically, the body was designed to move. When there are disturbances in the way the body moves problems occur. Back pain, neck pain, headaches, and many other conditions often originate from disturbances in the normal biomechanics (movement) of the spine and its supporting musculature. Often this can cause the nervous system to signal the body to splint (stop the area from moving altogether) the dysfunctional area of the body. As a result we get muscle spasm, swelling, inflammation, pain, and accelerated degeneration.
Chiropractic is a natural way to restore normal function to the body by re-establishing the normal movement to the moveable structures of the body; namely the joints and muscles. Chiropractic adjustments specifically target areas of abnormal movement and remove the restriction to that normal function. Together with massage therapy, and physiological therapeutics (ultrasound, electrical stimulation) we can restore the normal function of the body and remove impediments to motion.”