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Edward L. Hevner DC
Lititz, PA 17543
3 Phase Care (Acute, Corrective, Maintenance), Prescribe Pettibon Rehab equipment for patient home care
PTLMS, MDT, Weighting System
Dr. Edward L. Hevner is the owner and director of Hevner Chiropractic Center, LLC, located in beautiful downtown Lititz. He has been in active, full-time chiropractic practice for over 20 years, leading several successful chiropractic practices over the course of his career from Bergen County, NJ to Harrisburg, PA, where he most recently served as a clinic manager for the past 15+ years.
He attended The Stern School of Business at NYU and worked in global investment banking before returning to school to study Chiropractic at Sherman College in South Carolina. Dr. Hevner was introduced to chiropractic care by his mother, who worked for various chiropractors, after he experienced many sports injuries. He has been under care since he was 12 years old and has always relied on treatment to keep him "in the game."
Dr. Hevner, originally from Northern NJ, notes having deep Pennsylvania roots dating back to colonial times. He and his family relocated to the area about 16 years ago and describes the move as "coming home."
Dr. Hevner works tirelessly and passionately to improve his patients' ability to function by alleviating pain, improving mobility, and restoring normal biomechanics naturally. By implementing what he calls a "common-sense" approach to pain reduction and function improvements, he looks to treat his patients with a non-invasive, drug-free approach but knows outside intervention may be appropriate. He has an uncanny ability to set his patients at ease, "catering to cowards" as he jests, communicate goals and outcomes effectively, and has created a pleasant, easy and comfortable environment in his new office. He prides himself in meeting his patients at their comfort level and providing safe, effective, and reasonable treatments to all.
When not taking care of his patients he is an avid family genealogist, outdoorsman, cook, and always has some sort of home improvement project going on. As he says, "I would rather wear out than rust."
When not working, he can be found at his cabin in Centre County, hiking, skiing, spending time with his wife, Melanie, and two children Zach and Valerie, or taking in a good microbrew.