Dr. Kevin Hartung
‘I was inspired to pursue a career in chiropractic at a young age. After an ATV accident left me unable to participate in the life I loved, I knew something had to change. After seeking help from various doctors, I finally found something that made sense! I first heard about chiropractic through a trusted friend and neighbor. He talked about how the body can HEAL itself if just given the chance. Through chiropractic I found relief and was able to resume the life I wanted!”
Dr. Kevin is a graduate of South Side Beaver High School in Hookstown, PA. He completed his undergraduate studies in biology at Gannon University in Erie, PA. He then earned his doctorate in chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. Dr. Kevin practiced in Iowa prior to moving back to his hometown in Pennsylvania and starting practice. During this time he not only perfected his clinical skills, but developed a true love for chiropractic and a strong passion for getting people WELL.
“My goal from day one with every patient I meet is to not only get them symptom free, but also to safely and effectively correct the underlying CAUSE of their symptoms.”
Dr. Kevin is focused on correcting the problem, relieving the symptoms, and restoring function in the most cost effective, and quickest way possible. He specializes in hands on, specific chiropractic care. He often utilizes physical rehab methods to accompany the adjustment and to assist in the healing process.
“Its important to understand that the problems people often present with are not just symptoms written on a page. These symptoms are often life changing. They can eventually lead to the inability to take part in the little activities that make life worth while”
Whatever the ailment you are experiencing, rest assured Dr. Kevin will fully commit to getting you WELL!
Dr. Kevin lives in Beaver County with his wife Alyssa and their two dogs Molly and Harley. He enjoys spending his free time outdoors with his friends and family. He also enjoys working on household projects, and “tinkering” in the garage.