Dr. Khadeeja A Smith DC, MSACN

Dr. Khadeeja Smith’s energy and passion radiate from her Long Island roots. As a proud alumna of Houghton College, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology with honors while working as a teaching assistant. Her holistic perspective and dedication to service led her to achieve her Doctorate in Chiropractic and a Master of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College, where she was a member of the esteemed Chi Omega Honor Society.

Dr. Smith is a bright light in her community, locally and internationally. She is committed to community outreach and has volunteered with Bridges Medical Mission, a non-profit organization, to provide healthcare services to remote villages in Guyana. Her Board Certification as a Chiropractor highlights her passion for maintaining the optimal health of her patients through the promotion and encouragement of preventive care.

Her biopsychosocial approach and attention to detail create a personalized treatment plan that considers every aspect of her patient’s health. Dr. Smith’s treatment options include various techniques like Flexion Distraction, Pin and Stretch, Diversified, and Activator, as well as Trigger Point Release, Therapeutic Kinesiology Taping, and Cupping.

When not at work, Dr. Smith indulges in self-care by playing the piano, traveling, and preparing traditional Guyanese dishes for friends and family. She is also a proud cat mom who loves spending quality time with her furry friend.

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If you’ve been injured in an accident as a result of recklessness, negligence, a defective product or other fault, you should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible so that your health does not deteriorate, and you have the proof that you need to seek deserved monetary compensation.

Many times injuries are hidden, or are underestimated, so please call us today for a free consultation at (301) 576-0500, or email us. We also provide free legal referrals to our patients who are suffering from accident-related injuries.