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    About Dr. Steve

    About Dr Steve HutchinsDr Steve Hutchins has been in the health and fitness world for over twenty years. First starting in 1987 while attending East Stroudsburg University, Dr. Hutchins worked as a fitness instructor designing general workout plans for members. After receiving his degree in Exercise Physiology, he headed west to Newport Beach to pursue a career in personal training.


    In 1998, while working as a trainer, Dr. Hutchins enrolled in Chiropractic school for his Doctorate degree in Chiropractic. Graduating in 2002, he opened up a practice within the fitness facility he had been a part of for 18 years.


    Dr Hutchins’ philosophy towards health and fitness is one of great mind, body and spirit. Combining the knowledge of exercise programming with the biomechanical importance of Chiropractic care, Dr Hutchins is able to give a balanced, well rounded approach to health.


    Dr Hutchins is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association, as well as a participant in Chiromission, helping those in need in the Dominican Republic.

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    July 14, 2019 - Nutrition

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    Frying Without Guilt

    July 9, 2019 - Nutrition

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    The Best Exercise For Your Body’s Core

    May 5, 2017 - Fitness

    There is so much information circulating about how to stay fit and strong. In recent years, the exercise community has focused on what is called the “core”. The core is made up of many muscles around the midsection. Ab muscles such as […]

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