Our Chiropractors are recognized as a TOP Doctors for the Rockville/Bethesda, Maryland region and appears as Chiropractic Experts on the TOP Doctors Medical Interviews which are seen on CNN Headline News, FOX News, CNBC and Bravo


We are a chiropractic & physical therapy clinic serving Rockville MD North Bethesda & Gaithersburg MD

We Create Healthy Families

Call or make an appointment online to get started.

Supporting Spinal Health

You’ve only got one spine. Take great care of it with supportive chiropractic care.

Wellness Awaits You

Your journey to wellness begins here. Call today.


Enter your name and email to get a free evaluation, (New Patients Only. No Purchase Necessary.)

Rockville Medical & Disc Center, LLC is a chiropractic and physical therapy clinic serving Rockville MD North Bethesda, and Gaithersburg MD and the surrounding Montgomery County and Washington DC areas. Physical medicine is a combination of physical therapy (PT), chiropractic, rehab, non-invasive pain management, acupuncture, cold laser and spinal decompression.

Whether you have an injury or a car accident problem, have a specific body problem (such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, scoliosis or TMJ), need pain relief, or just want to improve your overall health, our Rockville Chiropractors may have a solution for you through its numerous services.

You can visit our testimonials page to see how many patients have benefited from seeing this Rockville pain relief clinic in Montgomery County, Maryland with our Physical Medical Office and getting regular treatments.

At your first visit to Rockville Medical and Disc Center, LLC, we will explain to you how the science of pain management works, and give you a full evaluation to see if our care is right for you. If there is a good fit, we can develop a plan of care that is specific to your condition and health goals.

You may be new to seeing us and want to find out more. Feel free to click the “email us” link to ask any questions and you are more than welcome to call 301 770 9475 and speak to us directly. We also welcome referrals, so feel free to use the “send to friend” link to share our health information with your friends and loved ones.

If you want to receive our free health and wellness articles, you can subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. Once you subscribe, you can explore our member wellness section and take advantage of our animated exercise videos, wellness articles, and other resources. We have relationships with Chiropractors across the nation who are very good in their respective practices. We take pride in helping our friends find wellness as they travel! Don't forget our friends in Orlando Florida Chiropractic who can fix the most unimaginable southern gator pain!

About Rockville Medical and Disc Center, LLC

What To Expect On Your First Visit

Welcome To Rockville Medical & Disc Center. My name is Mike Turajczyk, and I’m Director of Admissions for the Clinic. In this video, I want to explain what to expect on the first visit when you come in. The first visit is going to be very important for you as we will evaluate if you’re a…

Ice or Heat, What Should I Do?

You wake up and may have a little discomfort and you don’t know what to do.  If you’re going to use ice, place the ice on the area for 20 mins. Then leave in a half of hour in between sessions. And if it’s about after 3 days or more and become a little bit…

What To Expect After Your 2nd Visit Report of Findings

What To Expect After Your 2nd Visit Report of Findings. On this visit we are going to take all of the information that we obtained from your first visit through the case history, examinations, x rays and other findings that you might brought in. We’re going to go over them and show exactly what is…

Auto Accidents

If you have been involved in a car accident, whiplash injuries need to be taken very seriously

Slipped Disc

You may have heard the term “slipped disc” used to describe a low back injury.  Discs do not actually “slip”.


The word  fibromyalgia comes from the Latin term for fibrous tissue (fibro) and the Greek ones for muscle (myo) and pain (algia).


The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body. It runs from your pelvis, through your hip area and buttocks and down each leg.


The term “whiplash” was first used in 1928 to define an injury mechanism of sudden hyperextension followed by an immediate hyperflexion of the neck …


Back Pain-Lower

Eighty percent of people suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. Back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office …

Back Pain-Upper/Neck

Most people do not realize how much they move their neck during the day until they are unable to do so.

Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) has become one of the most widespread occupational health problems we face today.


Headaches affect just about everyone at some point and they can present themselves in many different ways.

Pinched Nerve

The term “pinched nerve” is somewhat of a catch-all phrase that is commonly used to describe the pain associated with a variety of conditions …


Scoliosis is a sideways curve of the spine that causes stiffness and pain. It is called an idiopathic disease because the cause of it is unknown.

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a malady that affects 2-3% of the population.


Osteoarthritis in the knee and hip areas can be a very painful injury, and one that is often a chronic condition if left untreated.


Osteoporosis is a metabolic disease involving loss of bone tissue and the disorganization of bone structure.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common explanations of heel pain. It is caused by inflammation to the thick band that connects …

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can have a number of different causes, ranging from an injury like a car accident, to a chronic problem like arthritis.

Knee Pain

It has been thought that over 100 million Americans and obviously more worldwide have some form of suffering from: knee, ankle and/or joint pain.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is actually a misnomer in that it occurs in roughly only five percent of people who play tennis.