Dr. John D. Ratcliffe DC DACRB DACBN CFMP
Dr. Ratcliffe is passionate about caring for his patients and loves his job. Dr. Ratcliffe DC has his undergraduate degree in Human Anatomy and Physiology and received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University in 1997. He was Board Certified in 2007 after received his Diplomate in Rehabilitation from the American Board of Chiropractic Rehabilitation Specialists. After practicing for ten years as a Chiropractor he added the rehabilitation specialty after a rigorous post doctoral program. He later completed an advanced neurology program in electrodiagnostics from National University of Health Sciences. He is also one of an elite group of physicians to hold a Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition and is currently also practicing as a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner. His passion is neuro-orthopedic rehabilitation, neurology, functional medicine, and nutrition.
His areas of expertise are conservative based spine care, rehabilitation, physical medicine, human performance, movement disorders, exercise and fitness program development, chiropractic, and therapy modalities. His skill is unsurpassed in gently re-aligning not just the bones of the body but also in myofascial release. Dr. Ratcliffe’s approach has led to great successes in the treatment and management of a vast array of musculoskeletal and neurological disorders. Areas of interest and treatment expertise include the spine and muscles but also the feet, shoulders, and wrist. He is avid in his post-doctorate education and has attended conferences at Harvard Medical School as well as many other prestigious institutions for the advancement of his specialized treatment.
Dr. Ratcliffe has three boys and loves his active family. He enjoys fishing, camping, hiking, running, and teaching the youth group. Dr. Ratcliffe loves to exercise at NOVA’s gym and has lost over fifty pounds! Join him for YOGA on Monday nights.
Dr. Megan Beckwith DC
Dr. Beckwith has her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise from Virginia Tech and her doctorate from Palmer Chiropractic College. She was valedictorian of her class and graduated with high honors. Prior to starting private practice she interned at the Department of Veterans Affairs and during her stay at the VA Hospital in Des Moines, IA, her clinical rotations in included cardiology, dermatology, pharmacology, dietetics, clinical and interventional radiology, primary care, pain psychology, and physical therapy.
As a former NCAA Volleyball Student Athlete she understands the rigors of exercise, the benefit of proper nutrition and the role Chiropractic and other conservative medical approaches have in staying healthy. She is passionate about teaching others about health and helping them improve function and reduce pain. She is Dry Needling and RockTape Certified and enjoys treating a wide variety of ages and conditions.
Dr. Beckwith is a Northern Virginia native and enjoys drawing, painting, fishing and weight lifting in her spare time.
Dr. Sue Brady, Physical Therapy and Nutrition
Dr. Sue Brady, physical therapist, brings a diversity of experience and knowledge to the health care profession. She graduated form the University of Southern California in 1989 with a Masters of Physical Therapy. As a Physical Therapist she has treated patients with a wide variety of physical ailments and disease. It was while practicing PT, that Susan began her studies in Complementary and Alternative Medicine and uses both physical therapy and nutrition to help her patients achieve the highest level of health.