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Dr.Hwang.jpgDr. Kevin Hwang, DC, QME, CIDE, CMT

Dr. Kevin Hwang has acquired over 20 years of ground-breaking skills of Chiropractic care and has evolved in creating a wellness evolution at Hwang Family Chiropracticin the Silicon Valley of Milpitas. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College West, became the Vice President of Latch, So and Hwang Chiropractic Office, one of the largest practice in Northern California, serving the Bay Area for over half century.

Dr. Hwang has helped his patients heal themselves of chronic pain and reach new levels in their personal health and performance quest. Dr. Hwang's extensive knowledge enable him to cut to the root cause of chronic pain, poor health and performance and implement integrated health and life programs for the most effective healing to occur. He has helped thousands of people in our community by using gentle, natural and non-invasive treatment methods for optimum health. Dr. Hwang has empowered his patients with the tools to achieve their goals and create the health they desire on a daily basis.

Dr. Hwang is well versed in numerous chiropractic techniques, allowing him to help a wide variety of people, from infants with special needs to seniors with osteoporosis, and from kid's allergies to pregnant mothers. Having a holistic view of health care, Dr. Hwang integrates patience listening while treating each patient with a thorough examination, supported by state of the art scientific technology.Dr. Hwang is also able to speak Mandarin, Cantonese, and Taiwanese fluently.

"I am passionate about what I do daily, change peoples lives through Chiropractic. It still amazes me how the human body has the power to heal itself naturally.

In our Health Center we believe that health and wellness is one of the greatest joys of life. We see how true this is with each of our patients. When people are truly free from pain and stress their entire quality of life is better. They are happier, more energetic, and have a much more positive outlook on life. They can once again enjoy things that they could not before due to the constant pain. My goal is to tell the world the truth about Chiropractic and all of its benefits, one person at a time."

Dr. Hwang  uses a "whole person approach". This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) and make whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Hwang is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, University of California at Berkeley

Doctor of Chiropractic with Summa Cum Laude, Life Chiropractic College West


Licensed Doctor of Chiropractic, California Board of Chiropractic Examiners


Qualified Medical Evaluator, State of California

Certified Industrial Disability Examiner, State of California

Certified Massage Therapist, State of California


Outstanding Young man of America

Chiropractic Excellence Award

Ambassador of Life Chiropractic College West

Professional Organizations

Member of International Chiropractic Association

Educational Member of International Chiropractic Association of California

Member of Gonstead Clinical Studies Society

Member of Medical Association of Tzu-chi Foundation, USA Northern California Chapter

Member of First Chiropractic Physician Association of America

Member of Chiropractic Physician Association of California

Professional Recognition

Guest Speaker at Life Chiropractic College West.

Instructor and Mentor of Chiropractic College Mentorship Program

Lecturer on Chiropractic Techniques and Practice Management

Legislative District Director of Political action Committee of International Chiropractic Association of California

Lecturer at Taipei Veterans General Hospital

Lecturer at the Energy Medicine Association of Taiwan

Published articles in the Journal of Taiwan Energy Medicine

Featured weekly speaker at Sing Tao Chinese radio station discussing various health issues, educating and informing the Chinese community

Workshop speaker on Work Injury Prevention for various industries

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