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Passionate about health and fitness, rehab specialist Justin Reich takes a multi-dimensional approach when​ it comes to his work with rehab and training. That means he looks at training physically, psychologically, philosophically, autonomically and personally. With such a wholistic approach he sets up each patient for success in a comfortable environment that literally changes lives for the better every day.

We love his quote, "The body is the greatest instrument you will ever own." Growing up in Elgin and currently living in Naperville, Justin dreamed as a child of being a pro-athlete some day and while he has been involved in sports all his life, his big mission now is to empower others by encouraging self-awareness, self-education and positive action. Justin attended North Central College, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science. He is also recognized by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Performance Enhancement Specialist.  

If you are involved with one of our Korwitts Chiropractic treatment plans (or if you choose to do a personal training program) you will have the opportunity to work with Justin and experience firsthand his professional expertise. He will help you discover how more often than not, the symptoms, injuries and limitations you experience are the result of an underlying weakness or issue that can be corrected through change, awareness and commitment.

Who is Justin's biggest inspiration in life? Without doubt that honor falls to his young son, Aurelius who is described as being funny and enthusiastic about everything he does. Justin says Aurelius reminds him to be present and grounded. As a wonderful tribute to children all over the world, Justin and Aurelius volunteer with the great organization Feed My Starving Children. Some of Justin's spare time interests include travel, kiteboarding and playing the guitar.

Words to live by... "What we fear the most is usually what we most need to do.  --Tim Ferris