Geoff Lecovin
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Geoff Lecovin

Dr. Lecovin is a chiropractor, naturopathic physician and acupuncturist, in addition he earned a Master's degrees in Nutrition and Exercise Science. He holds additional certifications in exercise from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS), International Society of Sports Nutrition (CISSN) and National Academy of Sports Medicine (CPT CES PES FNS WLS), where he is also an Master instructor.

Dr. Lecovin specializes in treating musculoskeletal pain and sports injuries by integrating trigger point acupuncture, soft tissue release, joint manipulation, corrective exercise and nutrition. In addition, he combines exercise and nutrition for weight loss, weight gain, performance enhancement and wellness. His clinic is located in Redmond, Washington. He can be reached at Northwest Integrative Medicine at (425) 999-4484 or at his website address: www.drgeofflecovin.com


Advice: Learn the fundamentals of exercise and diet from evidence based organizations such as the NASM and take continuing education classes or pursue higher education in order to keep up with the research. Becoming certified by the NASM has changed the way I practice and look at exercise.

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