Who We Are
At Classic Chiropractic, it is our goal to help you decrease your pain and improve the function of the affected area. We have been providing the communities of Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Monroe, Everett, and Mill Creek with quality chiropractic care since 1998. Our approach is to treat you as a person, not a number or condition. We promise to take the time to truly know you. We will conduct a thorough exam in order to understand your problem. We will develop a treatment plan to facilitate your recovery. Most treatment plans will consist of two phases. The first is called the intensive phase and is focused on your pain relief. Treatments tend to be closer together as we strive to reduce your discomfort and improve your function enough for you to return to normal activities. This phase usually lasts between two to four weeks. The next phase is called the rehabilitative phase and the focus shifts to improved function. In this phase we are striving to improve the affected areas movement and to give you the tools to maintain your health. This two pronged approach has helped many.
The treatments you receive will depend largely on your presenting problem. Experience has taught us that not all patients respond to the same treatments the same. Therefore we have multiple techniques and therapies to utilize. Chiropractic manipulation or adjustment is our primary treatment option whether treating a spinal or extremity injury. We often also utilize Kinesio taping, manual therapy, therapeutic stretching, and specific exercise protocols and home programs. It is also common to utilize the help of massage therapy. We conveniently share our office with Classic Massage Clinic, LLC.
Common Conditions We Treat
Dr. Jason Lewis is a product of Snohomish, graduating from SHS. He enjoyed playing on both the baseball and football teams during his time as a Panther. He then went on to receive his doctorate from Life Chiropractic College West in 1997, graduating with honors. In 1998 Dr. Lewis opened his practice. He has been serving the town he loves ever since. Dr. Lewis is married (to Amy) with ten children. He enjoys spending time with his family, volleyball, being a spectator at his children’s athletic events and reading.