Dr. Kincheloe earned a medical degree from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences. He completed an internship at Stony Brook University at Southampton Hospital and residency training at Michigan State University. As a board-certified physician in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine, Dr. Kincheloe specializes in treating Neuromusculoskeletal injuries with hands-on treatments, also known as Osteopathic Manipulation, utilizing biomechanics, cranial techniques, and fascial techniques. He also has medical interest in Regenerative Medicine, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Ringside Medicine, and Performing Arts Medicine.  Dr. Kincheloe enjoys spending his spare time with his family, playing board games and training in martial arts (Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu).

What is Osteopathic Manipulation?
Osteopathic manipulation or Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, is a holistic approach to health care for patients. The approach is based on the innate ability for the body to health itself given the appropriate environment. An Osteopathic physician can support the healing process of a wide range of health conditions to include: chronic back pain, migraine headaches, and digestive issues. Osteopathic manipulation can also be used to support breastfeeding difficulties in infancy, pain during pregnancy (including round ligament pain), as well as other disorders such as Fibromyalgia, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Hypermobile Spectrum Disorders/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Arthritis.