Ross Pine

As co-owner at Pine Chiropractic Center, Dr. Ross Pine partners with his father, Dr. David Pine, who established the Pomano Beach, Florida, office in the late 1970s. Dr. Ross Pine utilizes a variety of chiropractic procedures, including ultrasound, cryotherapy, kinesio taping, and interferential electrical muscle stimulation. His office also offers comprehensive wellness care that encompasses lifestyle and nutritional advice, spinal and postural diagnosis, rehabilitative treatment, and massage therapy.

As a high school student in Davie, Florida, Dr. Ross Pine achieved recognition as a trumpet player in jazz and marching bands and as a National Honor Society member. He subsequently attended Tulane University in New Orleans, earning his B.S.M. in Finance through the A.B. Freeman School of Business. During this time, Dr. Ross Pine continued to play trumpet with the university's pep, concert, and jazz bands.

From 2005 to 2009, Dr. Ross Pine pursued a Doctor of Chiropractic at the National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois. He notably undertook chiropractic internships with the athletic departments of both DePaul University and Northwestern University. Additionally, he held membership in the Sports Rehabilitation Club, the Student Association of Integrative Medicine, and the Motion Palpation Club.

Dr. Ross Pine has completed extensive postdoctoral studies and has earned certification as a Kinesio Tape Practitioner. This innovative treatment method helps athletes enhance their on-field performance and recover more quickly from a variety of injuries. Dr. Ross Pine is also licensed as a ProAdjuster practitioner. He utilizes advanced computer analysis equipment that accurately tracks vertebrae motion in the patient. This data in turn allows Dr. Ross Pine to avoid sudden twisting and turning chiropractic motions, instead correcting spinal subluxations while patients are in a comfortable upright position.