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1. DOT Physical Exam

Your medical certification should be acquired only by the D.O.T NRCME certified medical examiners. Most of primary doctors or Kaiser doctors are unable to provide DOT medical certifications.

Because of shortage of the DOT examiners, you will have to wait 3 to 4 hours in the waiting room before you seeing the examiner if you go to Walk-In clinics such as Concentra at this time.

We can see you immediately the same day you call and give you a fast and quick exam to save your time. Our staffs are well trained and very kind to give you the very best and speedy services. And it's fee is only $100 which include a laminated card! Call us to

301 787 8556 or 301 740 8500

Do you want to know more about DOT exam? Then go to the left top area of this page and click menu and check DOT page. There are tons of more information for you only if you like to read.

2. Chiropractic Pain & Injury Treatment Clinic

Are you looking for the best chiropractor in town?

Got injured in an accident such as Motor Vehicle Accident, Occupational Injury, Personal Injury or having Pain in the Back and Neck or Any Parts of your Joint and Musculature?

accident_.pngThen make an appointment with Dr. Choi. You will experience a very different service. Even personal injury lawyers prefer us to send their clients due to our high patient satisfaction rate and well prepared legal reports and documentation. Our patients frequently tell us that our services are a lot better comparing to their previous chiropractic or physical therapy visits in the nearby clinics.

We accept all Injury insurances such as auto insurance, worker's com, liability insurance and health insurances such as Carefirst BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS) and other PPO insurances like Cigna or Aetna. No state medicaid program is accepted in our office.

If you need to make an appointment with Dr. Choi, please call 301-787-8556 or 301-740-8500. We are looking forward to seeing you!

Dr. Andrew Choi & Staffs of
Oxon Hill and Gaithersburg | Lake Forest Clinic


Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "am a patient who is very pleased and feels so much better since my initial treatment. Dr. Choi and his staff: Dr. Joo, Dulce, and Lauren at the Oxon Hill office provide an atmosphere that truly shows that they care about their patients' well being. If you are looking for a chiropractic/physical therapist, I highly recommend Dr. Choi and his staff. On a scale of 1 to 5, I personally rate this office 5 stars. If you have a serious problem, you should make an appointment immediately. There is no waiting time."
    Betty Veney
  • "Dr. Choi's office is immaculatly clean, his staff sees above and beyond customer service, they have State of the Art machines, the relaxing atmosphere helps with the healing process, his techniques are professional and they work, and I also feel that my posture has improved after only the second visit!"
    Garin Benston
  • "I had excellent treatment ! Dr. A. Choi was able to focus on the trigger points of my muscle ache and yet I didn't feel any pain when he's implementing the intervention. Clinic staff is giving us warmth accommodation. My family visit here regularly . Relaxing and soothing ambiance too."
    Dr. Tan


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