Dr. Alan K. Sokoloff


• Dr. Alan K. Sokoloff, or “Dr. Sok”, as his patients refer to him, is the owner/clinic director of the Yalich Clinic Performance and Rehabilitation in Glen Burnie, MD, where he has practiced for over 28 years.
• Dr. Sok is one of the founders of POWERPlay In Sports; a national organization educating coaches, parents and kids on all aspects of concussion / injury prevention.
• Dr. Sok is the past 2 term president of the Maryland Chiropractic Association.
• Dr. Sok was selected as Maryland’s Chiropractor of the Year 2001-2 and the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physician’s Sports Chiropractor of the Year 2006.
• He holds a post-graduate degree as a Diplomat of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians.
• Dr. Sok has been a member of the University of Maryland Sports Medicine Team since 1991, working with the UMBC Retrievers and Maryland Terps.
• He served a residency at the United States Olympic Training Center, summer of 1997 and was selected to the medical team for the United States at the 1998 Goodwill Games.
• Dr. Sok was appointed to the USA Olympic Medical Team for the 1999 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg, Canada.
• He continues to be one of the team chiropractor for Baltimore Ravens of the NFL since 1999, recently winning their second Super Bowl.
• He is a medical team member for the Bowie Baysox (Orioles AA team), and has worked with the Washington Nationals (MLB) and Baltimore Blast (MISL).
• He is a “wellness / injury prevention consultant” for many companies and municipalities, including Anne Arundel County.
• He is also the coordinator for the Anne Arundel County Youth Coaches’ Educational Clinics
• For over 10 years, Dr. Sok hosted a weekly health, interactive radio program in Baltimore called “Talkin’ Back” on AM-680 WCBM.
• He has also written and helped produce a series of award winning Injury Prevention Videos for the Library Video Network.
• He recently completed his first in a series of concussion prevention DVDs, Tackling Concussion Head On, starring NFL, college, and high school guests.