Dr. Daniel Behe Jr. is a licensed Chiropractor serving the Huntingtown community.
Dr. Daniel Behe Jr. has been in practice since 1997. He practiced in Charlottesville, Virginia from 1997 until 2003 and then purchased Carver Chiropractic Center in 2004. While in Virginia Dr. Behe was awarded the New Practitioner of the Year, the John Stoke Award for publishing a report on Fibromyalgia, and the Special Service Award for speaking at Virginia Chiropractic Association events. He was also the Chairperson for the Virginia Chiropractic Association website.
Dr. Behe became certified in the Graston Technique in May of 2003. Various soft-tissue injuries including sprains, strains, rotator cuff dysfunction, impingement, medial and lateral epicondylitis, patellar tendonitis are all conditions amenable to Graston. It is an essential component to proper treatment of soft tissue injuries incorporated into a rehabilitation protocol.
Since moving to Maryland his professional interests have focused on Neurology. He began taking post graduate course work in Neurology in 2008. This training has provided him the knowledge and experience to diagnose and treat various types of headaches, vertigo, traumatic brain injuries, mild brain trauma, and stroke to name a few conditions. He is currently taking course work in childhood developmental disorders and has been acheiving excellent outcomes with children on the autism spectrum, as well as those with dyslexia and sensory integration disorders. Additionally, he has applied his background in neurology to helping athletes improve performance and reduce their risk for injury.
Dr. Behe's primary focus is on the restoration of normal function with regard to injuries in his patients in an expedient, professional and evidence based manner. His expertise in functional neurology, chiropractic and soft-tissue injuries allow him to effectively treat a multitude of conditions.