Dr. LeFevre has been a licensed Chiropractor since 1997. He attended Utah State University and Parker College of Chiropractic for his education. He has a Bachelors degree in Human Anatomy and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Dr LeFevre taught Gross Human Anatomy as a Teaching Assistant while in chiropractic school and then as a Professor after his graduation. He had the opportunity to work with another Professor to help write a human anatomy text book before returning to Cache Valley. He uses Diversified, Thompson and Activator techniques for adjusting; he also used Myofacial Release, Active Release techniques and Kinesio Taping for soft tissue injuries. He has a very diversified patient base treating children to the elderly. He has a large sports based practice as well. He has worked with dozens of other professional, semi professional, college, and high school athletes. He has been treating golf, cycling, tennis, football, soccer, volleyball, softball, running, skiing and snowmobile injuries. Dr LeFevre also has post graduate training in sports chiropractic, TMJ dysfunction, bio identical hormone therapy and kinesio taping.
Dr LeFevre has been especially involved in professional snowmobile racing and has worked with racers from the factory teams of Arctic Cat, Polaris and Ski Doo. He also sponsors USU Cycling, Logan Race Club Cycling team.
Our clinic integrates regularly with other health care professionals. We have very close working relationships with Orthopedic Physicians, Family Practice MD’s, Dentists and Physical therapists. We worked very hard to build relationships with these doctors and appreciate our opportunity to receive referrals and use their resources as possible treatment options. One thing that makes our clinic very unique in chiropractic is we are a part of the Intermountain Health Care HELP2 data base and have access to all IHC digital data.
We offer massage therapy from our two licensed massage therapists, Valori and Georgia. They are both highly skilled in Swedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point and sports massage. They both incorporate hot rock therapy in their treatment.