Dr. Kevin Lewis
Dr. Kevin Lewis is a native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He attended the University of the Fraser Valley, where he studied Kinesiology, the study of human movement. As well, he attended the University of Western States where he received his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Kevin continued his studies and in 2011, received a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Western States University.
The Chiropractic profession is ideal for Dr. Kevin Lewis, as it combines his lifelong participation in outdoor activities as well as his lifelong participation in sports. Additionally, he enjoys working with his hands and has a strong interest in healing. Dr. Kevin Lewis is a people person and has been intrigued with the combination of personal interaction, scientific information and problem solving elements of the profession. He relocated to Fairbanks in 2012, to practice with his brother Dr. Rob Lewis. The move also brought his family closer to his wife's relatives.
Dr. Kevin Lewis remains committed to providing care for patients of all backgrounds and age groups. He implements the most effective modes of healing, believing that an essential part of the healing process is searching for and correcting the source of the complaint or issue. Next, rehabilitative exercises are employed with therapeutic support to protect and strengthen weakened areas from further injury.
Dr. Kevin Lewis has achieved great success with patients suffering from ongoing or acute back, extremity and neck pain or stiffness. He has much experience treating a wide variety of musculo-skeletal complaints as well as headaches. Dr. Kevin Lewis has greatly helped clients who have suffered from trauma such as workplace injuries and automobile accidents.
Dr. Kevin Lewis is committed to working with his colleagues at Arctic Chiropractic Fairbanks and also Arctic Physical Therapy. Helping patients achieve their health goals through rehabilitation is a very satisfying experience. When he is not busy treating patients, he enjoys playing music such as guitar and the piano, as well as fishing, boating and basketball.