Ron Herbst


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Ron graduated in 1996 from the University of Maryland in Baltimore with a Masters in Physical Therapy after studying Kinesiology at the University of MD, College Park. In 2000 he earned his Manual Therapy Certification from the University of St. Augustine. Ron has over 20 years experience in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. Specializing in sports medicine & manual therapy for the spine, Ron has treated members of the Orioles, the LPGA and Champions golf tours, the Columbus Pride soccer team, Towson State baseball and lacrosse teams, and many other local high school & college athletes. With a special passion for golf, Ron has developed and run golf enhancement programs, and given multiple lectures on the topic of golf fitness. You may have heard Ron as the fitness expert on ESPN radio’s The Double Bogey Blues, WBAL 1090, or WNST 1570. He has also made guest appearances on WBAL & FOX-45 local news. Ron grew up in Baltimore County, has resided in the Baltimore area for the last 15 years, and loves to show off his two children, Olivia and Aidan.

Chirag A Kadakia


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Chirag’s interest in physical therapy started when he tried to look for options and ways to get people out of pain without using drugs or medications. After talking with different physical therapists in his home country he realized that there were ways and procedures that may help individuals with debilitating conditions feel better and get back to a healthy regular life. Chirag has experience in various specialties – Musculoskeletal/ orthopedic, neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonary and balance disorder. Chirag is a certified Mulligan Practitioner, McKenzie Therapist and Myofascial trigger point dry needling specialist. He performs dry needling treatment for various body parts. He has had experience working in outpatient offices and inpatient physical therapy in India. Chirag believes that understanding what the patient wants from therapy is critical to a patient’s recovery. He highlights the importance of using evidence based approach in treating patients and trying to make them feel better on the first day of treatment.

Danielle Goldstein


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Danielle, Director of Operations at Chesapeake Bay Physical Therapy, received a Bachelor’s of Science from Tulane University in 1996 with a concentration in Kinesiology. She then went on to attend Nova Southeastern University, receiving a Masters in Physical Therapy in 1998. As a former full-scholarship, Division I tennis player, Danielle has a special interest in treating professional, collegiate and recreational athletes. Integrity, ethical responsibility, enthusiasm, and passion for wellness are hallmarks of her leadership. She is most proud of her staff, who embody high moral standards, excellence in therapeutic practice, and excitement for making a difference in the lives of others.


100 White Marsh Park Dr.,
Bowie, MD 20715


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