Marla became the owner and operator of Centreville Chiropractic Center in the spring of 2010. Since then, her dedication to her patients and experienced chiropractic care has bestowed quite a few honors upon her business.
Centreville Chiropractic Center was awarded "Business of the Year" in 2013 by the Centreville-Chantilly Rotary Club and "Small Business of the Year" by the Dulles Regional Chamber in 2014. In addition, we received the "Super Service Award" from Angie's List™ in 2015 and 2016. Marla believes that her primary duty is to provide her patients with the best care possible.
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Growing up under the south Florida sun, Dr. Gebaide never expected to end up in Centreville, VA as a chiropractor. She graduated from Barry University with a bachelor's degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. She had originally intended to proceed to veterinary school, but it was her experience with chiropractic care that changed her mind.
Marla was a life-long sufferer of migraine headaches. It wasn’t until she was 23 years old that she sought care for her headaches from a chiropractor. After just one month of treatment, her headaches had reduced significantly. The relief she experienced with her migraines started her on her path to becoming a chiropractor where she then attended school at Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Gebaide has been a board certified chiropractor since 2009.
In addition to her chiropractic work, Dr. Gebaide specializes in treating trigger points using therapeutic Trigger Point Dry Needling and internal disorders using acupuncture.
Dr. Marla Gebaide
Annette graduated from Heritage School of Massage in 2009. She is a proud retired army wife, mother of four children, and grandmother of five beautiful children. She enjoys helping people feel better through massage therapy.
She is certified to perform Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Hot Stone, AromaTouch® Technique, and Prenatal massage. She particularly enjoys helping people who suffer from headaches.
When she's not running after her grand babies, she engages with her church and takes trips with her church group. She is available for massage sessions on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, in addition to two Saturdays each month.