Dr. David Lutz
"Improving the life of a suffering child has a massive ripple effect. The trajectory of an entire life is changed forever. The family can regain excitement, exploration and pursuit of purpose. A community flourishes because that child is back to being the fullest expression of themselves. A child's life changed has an immeasurable impact on the future of humanity and the world."
As a child, I experienced the yearly flu, bronchitis, and colds. At the age of 12, my life was transformed by chiropractic care. I received consistent adjustments and my immune system was strengthened immensely – awakening me to the power of the human body and the power of the chiropractic adjustment. I realized that giving the gift of health and full expression of life was my calling.
I graduated from Michigan State University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in human biology with a specialization in the promotion of healthcare. I completed my doctorate of chiropractic degree at the most prominent chiropractic school in the world, Life University in Marietta, GA. During my internship of over 500 hours, I worked alongside the leading pediatric chiropractor in the profession and I cared for hundreds of children suffering from ADHD, autism, sensory processing disorders, allergies, and ear infections. I am certified in the Webster Technique for pregnancy care and I am currently pursuing my diplomate in pediatric chiropractic from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. In 2015, Dr. Sarah and I served on a chiropractic mission trip to Peru in which we cared for hundreds of children in need. We are committed to help all children and adults reach their fullest expression and highest human potential.
Outside of chiropractic, I enjoy exploring the great outdoors with my wife Dr. Sarah. I am very passionate about snowboarding and hiking, especially in Bend and Central Oregon. I love to be congruent in all aspects of my lifestyle by performing functional movement exercises, preparing and cooking fresh organic food, and spending time reading books on personal development and spiritual growth.