Craig S. Evans, D.C graduated in 2014 from the National University of Health Sciences in Lombard IL. Originally from Brush Valley Pa, he attended United High School in Armagh, PA. Craig’s undergraduate studies took him to the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He graduated with a B.S. degree in Health, Physical Education and Sport.
Dr. Craig’s love for sports medicine started at an early age while being treated himself for sport injuries. An avid athlete he often was seen by his hometown Chiropractor who had a very strong basis in treating musculo-skeletal injuries.
Growing up playing any sport available to him, his foundations are in functional medicine as well as sports medicine. Dr Evans is certified in Active Release Technique, which is the gold standard in the treatment of soft tissue pain and dysfunction. He is also a Cox Technique Certified provider, which is a diagnostic and treatment of neck and low back disorders.
While studying at NUHS, he was a member of Motion Palpation Club, Sigma Phi Kappa Professional Fraternity and the Sports Rehab Club. Dr. Evans used many techniques while working in the NUHS clinic, which included Diversified manipulation technique, Kinesio-Taping Methods (Rock Tape), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation, Functional Rehabilitation and Cox Flexion-Distraction form of manipulation.
While away from the office, Dr. Evans enjoys running. He is an avid fall season marathoner whose personal best in the marathon is 3:42, captured in the 2013 Chicago Marathon. Craig also enjoys a wonderful family life with his wife and daughters in Mount Laurel, NJ.