Dr. Kim Keys Lenhart is a graduate of Bishop Dwenger HS. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University at IPFW and her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. While attending Palmer College she was on the President’s List for academic achievement. Dr. Kim is a state licensed chiropractor, certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Dr. Kim participated in an International Health Mission trip to the Fiji Islands.
While there, students and doctors offered free chiropractic care to the local citizens and approximately 5,000 people were treated. Most of her time there was spent treating infants and children. Dr. Kim firmly believes that chiropractic care early in childhood is the most natural way to protect your family against illness and to treat many conditions, starting with birth trauma. Dr. Kim is a healthy lifestyle advocate and promotes healthy eating and exercise, emphasizing that the patient is an active participant in their own healing process with respect to making good lifestyle choices and following the recommended home care plan. Dr. Kim enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Rob, and their two young boys.
Dr. Kraig Keys is a native of Fort Wayne, Ind. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, while attending IPFW. While there he played four years of soccer and he was a member of the school’s first Division one soccer team. It was during this time at IPFW that he gained interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation. Dr. Keys went on to receive his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport). While at Palmer, Dr. Kraig participated in an International Health Mission to the Fiji Islands.
During the 2008 trip, their group of students and doctors provided mobile chiropractic care clinics to over 20 different Fijian villages. Dr. Kraig is certified through the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and received his Indiana State License in March of 2009. Dr. Kraig enjoys going to sporting events, golfing and traveling with his wife, Alyssa. While in practice, Dr. Kraig has had the opportunity to work with many local high school athletes in most major sports, to help get them back in the game after an injury. He is currently an assistant boys’ basketball coach at Bishop Dwenger High School. Dr. Kraig looks forward to working with new patients and helping them get out of pain.