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  • Dr.
    Raymond J. Kent

    Dr. Kent has maintained a private practice in Philadelphia since 1981 and has served Port Richmond and surrounding areas for over 30 years at the Allegheny Chiropractic and Wellness Center. Dr. Kent has extensive training in auto and work related injuries of the spine and disc related disorders. He has completed comprehensive post graduate training in whiplash and brain injury traumatology, emphasizing the biomehanics of injury mechanisms, occupant kinematics, automobile crash reconstruction methods for low speed impacts, and the most current knowledge of soft tissue, endocrinological, bony, nervous system disorders, advanced diagnostic methodologies, and comprehensive case management of whiplash and related disorders. He offers a full spectrum of care from pediatrics to geriatrics.

    Dr. Kent continues to pursue his passion by bringing health and wellness to the community by initiating a 8 Weeks to Wellness program to help patients become aware of how to make healthy lifestyle choices as well as the wellness concept of being healthy and not just being without pain. He and his wellness team teach you what the ideas of mind, body, spirit, and community are all about. Dr. Kent is happily married to his wife Lynn for the past 30 years, enjoys his three children Jessica, Dana, and Daniel, and two grandchildren James and Ava

  • Dr.
    Stephen T. Ralston

    Dr. Ralston received his Doctorate from Life University located in Marietta, Georgia in 2001 and has been practicing at Allegheny Chiropractic and Wellness Center since 2002. His mission is to help the patient achieve wellness through a whole body approach. Dr. Ralston has recieved extensive training in Extremity Adjusting, Low Back Case Management, as well as Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology.

    Aside from his passion of getting his patients well through a wellness lifestyle, Dr. Ralston is also a devoted family man. He and his wife, Sue, are proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Natalie and Emily.

  • Dr.
    Dana M. Kent

    Dr. Kent, as the daughter of Dr. Raymond Kent, is a second generation chiropractor who has been getting adjusted since birth. Dr. Kent graduated cum laude from Life University with her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2014 after receiving her Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Physiology from Towson University. Dr. Kent is Board Certified withthe International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (www.ICPA4kids.com) and is extremely passionate about pediatric and prenatal chiropractic care. She is certified in the Webster's Technique, a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment used for pregnant women to achieve optimum pelvic alignment and fetal positioning. Dr. Kent has also studied extensively on Sports Chiropractic, Personal Injury, Low-force techniques, Cranial work, and Sensory-Processing Disorders such as: ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Asperger’s, Dyslexia, and many more. Dr. Dana continues to be a regular speaker throughout the community and the country on health and chiropractic.

    Dr. Kent is also passionate about physical fitness and has been competing in triathlons since 2005, including the Augusta 70.3 Ironman Triathlon. She has ran in the Atlanta Publix Marathon, a Tough Mudder race, and many other races. She credits regular chiropractic care for allowing her to stay healthy and injury-free. Her fiancé, Chad, and her plan on getting married in May of 2016 and enjoy exercising and playing with their dog, Gunner the Viszla.

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  • "Walked in to Allegheny Family Chiropractic Wellness Center set on getting surgery to fix my bulging disc. 2 months later I am pain free and feeling better than ever. Very thankful I decided to give Dr. Kent a visit."
    Will K. / Philadelphia, PA

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