About Dr Noah Lebowitz

Dr Noah Lebowitz

My name is Dr Noah Lebowitz and I am a second generation chiropractor/applied kinesiologist. Growing up I would often hearing stories from my father (Michael Lebowitz DC) regarding patients getting better from his treatment after having seen other DCs, NDs, DOs, the Mayo clinic, etc and not getting the help they needed. Patients suffered from chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, allergies, depression, headaches, migraines, and musculoskeletal issues, and would travel across the country to my father, where they then got better after years of suffering. Sadly one’s health is not just a quick fix where you can pop a pill and all clears up. Being trained in nutrition & diet, functional biochemistry, neurology, acupuncture, and applied kinesiology I have been taught to treat each and every patient as a whole person, and get to the root of what is causing their issue, not simply masking the problem with a quick “fix”, that really never fixes anything.
   While I am a doctor of chiropractic (DC) by license, I like to consider myself a Natural Health Physician. Growing up this was my healthcare, and I can count the times I’ve had to see to an allopathic doctor on one hand. Western/Allopathic Medicine was my “alternative medicine”, while I saw treatments in applied kinesiology as true healthcare. I believe that we are made to be healthy and not ill, and our body has amazing healing capabilities. Sadly our bodies are easily overloaded in today’s society with environmental toxins, harmful dietary habits, and other stressors that inhibit our bodies from reaching their full potential.
   This is where my job starts. I use Applied Kinesiology, specifically a method refined by my father, who has taught thousands of doctors across the world in how to get of the root of the issue in patients. I look to identify any potentially present stressors to the body such as microbial infections, food sensitivities, heavy metal toxicity, and musculoskeletal imbalances via thorough examination, Applied Kinesiology, and lab testing. Treating the patient as naturally as possible I try to eliminate any present stressors, without leaving you with many of the side effects of today’s prescription drugs. By removing these stressors I am allowing each and every person to reach their full potential.
   More often than not an injury is not what you think. An injured shoulder could be simply one of the rotator cuff muscles not firing correctly, and by restoring the neural pathway between the muscle and the brain, all issues can be resolved. In other cases you may be eating a food that you are unknowingly sensitive to, leading towards inflammation (and pain) in the shoulder. Be finding and removing the offenders the inflammation will go away. Or musculoskeletal issues can be caused by an accumulation in heavy metals, which can be fixed by using chelating agents to clear the body of the heavy metals.
   Dr. George Goodheart, the founder of Applied Kinesiology once said “anything can cause anything”, and that is the motto I follow in practice. That’s why each visit the patient will be examined for the cause of the issue, and treated accordingly.
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   I graduated Summa Cum Laude from chiropractic college at Parker University in 2014. Before attending Parker I went to Arizona State University, graduating with a 4.0 GPA with a degree in Biology. In 2009 I interned at Yale Medical School doing Ovarian Cancer Research at the Discovery to Cure Program. There I helped publish an article in the scientific journal Cell Cycle.
   At Parker I was president of the Applied Kinesiology Club, and become certified in Professional Applied Kinesiology in 2012 by the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK). I have taken hundreds of hours of seminar in Applied Kinesiology, functional biochemistry, and other healthcare topics.
   One motto I live by is “live what you teach, teach how you live”. That means I try to eat all organic whenever possible, for meat I get grass-fed beef or free-range chickens, try to minimize processed food intake, try to avoid refined sugar, don’t eat trans or hydrogenated fat, and exercise daily.
   After graduating school I married my wife, Hannah, who is a former professional tennis player coach. We both love exploring the outdoors and spending time in nature.
   After setting up a successful practice in Scottsdale, AZ my wife and I decided to move closer to nature and bought a house in Gig Harbor, WA in 2016 and set up his practice in Fircrest, WA (Tacoma, WA).
Hannah and I in Telluride, Colorado

Hannah and I in Telluride, Colorado

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