Dr. Ross Pine is part owner of the Pine Chiropractic Center in Pompano Beach, Florida, which he operates with his father, Dr. David Pine. Ross Pine brings a wealth of chiropractic knowledge and valuable business experience to the center. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Management focusing on Finance from the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. After his graduation in 2004, Dr. Pine went on to study Chiropractic Medicine at the National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Lombard, Illinois, where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic in 2009. While in his final year at NUHS, Dr. Pine interned with the Athletic Departments of Northwestern University and De Paul University. Ross Pine is committed to delivering relief to his patient’s spinal and muscular discomfort through a wide variety of traditional manipulations and new technological advancements. A new key to chiropractic health uses NASA-developed technology to assess the range of motion of each individual vertebrae, which allows him to focus attention on any problem areas. He also is trained in the use of Foot Levelers to help bring balance to the feet and promote good posture, and he uses special diagnostic scanners to determine the health of a patient’s foot arches. These are just a few of the many treatment options Dr. Ross Pine offers to his patients. In his spare time, Ross Pine is an avid sports fan and enjoys watching and playing several sports including basketball, baseball, billiards, golf, and dancing, among others. In addition to his activities on the field, court, or course, he exercises regularly with weight training machines.

Work History

Work History
May 2009 - Present

Owner and Physician

Pine Chiropractic Center

Dr. Ross Pine offers rehabilitation therapy, cold laser, mechanical traction, ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, massage therapy, nutritional counseling and corrective exercise programs.  

Jun 2005 - Aug 2005

Teen Tour Leader

Westcoast Connection
Jun 2001 - Aug 2001

Sales Associate and Lead Cashier

Gap and Banana Republic