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Waldorf, MD 20602 US

(301) 638-7300

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We value our patients' experience at Southern Maryland Chiropractic Center. If you are currently a chiropractic patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Dr. David Kane
Your Waldorf Chiropractor


“Dr. Kane & Staff,

I wanted to write to you to extend my thanks to your facility.  I’ve been to many different offices for medical care.  You don’t always meet the most personable staff member, which doesn’t make the visit pleasant.  Before coming to your office, I’ve had lower back pain as long as I can remember.  All of the staff members did a wonderful job greeting me every time and showing interest ineveryone’s personal life and not just making the visit all about collecting money.  Having pleasant conversation makes the wait more enjoyable.  Being treated with respect is hard to come by in this day and age, but I was treated with respect every visit.  I never felt uncomfortable in the care of the employees and each detail of my diagnosis and treatment plan was explained in a way that I was able to understand.  After a long day of work, it was nice to be able to be around people who are genuine and enjoy a good laugh with one another.  I appreciate all of the favors and work that went into my therapy.  People have enough stress in their life without also having to deal with pain.  I feel like your office did everything possible to ensure I remain pain free.  I will definitely recommend your office to others.  Thanks again to everyone for their kindness.


Erin Heard”


“I started seeing Dr. Kane related to severe low back pain with radiating pain down hip & leg.  The x-ray findings showed herniation of multiple disc with narrowing spaces.  Dr. Kane and staff, through regular adjustments and treatments, I am now able to stand, sit, twist without any discomfort whatsoever.  My quality of life has done a 180 degree turnaround.  I am so glad I received such competent and quality care.  I would recommend Dr. Kane’s chiropractic care to anyone I know whom is suffering from pain related to musculoskeletal disorders.”



“I was referred to Southern Maryland Chiropractic by a co-worker because of neck pain.  After the first visit I received relief two hours after my first treatment of electrode therapy.  My continued therapy has made a major difference because my line of work requires me to stand all day.”

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  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Kane."
    John D. Waldorf, MD

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