We're all athletes in one way or another and we can all benefit from better movement. Chiropractic allows you to get back to life, resume exercise/play, and decrease your risk factors for major diseases. Combined with your primary care physician's approach, your better life awaits!


To make the Lehigh Valley the healthiest and most competitive athletic region in the Northeast.

Details about the doc:


Dr. Reppert was born and raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Louis. E. Dieruff High School in 2002, Desales University in 2006 (B.S. Biology) and took a job with local medical device innovator B|Braun Medical Inc. in 2006. After working in the laboratory for 2 years, he decided to pursue a career in Chiropractic. In February 2012, he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA.


His clinical experience includes a Palmer Sports Council membership and a one-year internship with the Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Department while attending Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. The Sports Council traveled to local events such as road races, rugby tournaments, and cross-state cycling tours to provide chiropractic care and soft tissue release to the participating athletes. In the Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Department, he helped manage many neurological and musculoskeletal cases, to include post-surgical rehabilitation. He has since worked for two clinics before starting his own.


​His coaching experience includes multiple pitching and hitting camps for DeSales University from 2002-2006 and also from 2012-present. He has also been a pitching coach at Allen High School (Allentown, PA) and LCCC (Schnecksville, PA). He has consulted with Quakertown High School and DeSales University baseball teams regarding injury prevention and strength training for the past two years and plans to continue his involement in this capacity. He currently works with athletes mainly at Elite Sports Academy in Emmaus, but also trains POD Iron Colts and Prep athletes throughout the year.


He has participated in sports since 5 years old, and continues to study human movement and athletics. He has played many sports, to include football, soccer, and basketball, but mostly focused on baseball.​ While at DeSales Uninversity, his team won multiple MAC conference championships and took part in the Division III CWS in 2003. He also played for the local Lehigh Valley Catz (2003-2005), which won the ACBL championship in 2003.​ Today he gets his sports fix in the weight room and on the golf course. At DeSales University, he teaches three Anatomy & Physiology laboratory sections and one kinesiology course. He lives in Allentown, PA with his wife Malorie and daughters Emily and Natalie.​ He is currently working to earn his FIFA football medicine diploma, and will likely finish his CCEP (certified chiropractic extremity practitioner) certification within the next 2 years.

Matt REppert

Years of experience: 5
Position: Owner and Principal Doctor

Dr. Reppert established Reppert Chiropractic, LLC to fix the broken healthcare system. Doctors are scrambling to deal with insurance companies only to be reimbursed $3 (yes, that actually happened to him!). He realized (like you) that insurance companies are just a middle-man (or woman) stealing money. So, he moved outside of insurance, and now doesn't have to give bad-news talks (sorry, your insurance says you're covered for 20 visits, but they lied; it's only 5.). This has allowed him to spend quality time with patients, find the cause of their problem, and treat it accordingly, without worrying about insurance company denials of care. Best of all, cutting out the middle man saves you money each visit!

"Through consistent and positive feedback and encouragement, he helped me realize I can obtain my goals. He is a very kind and caring person who never hesitates going the extra mile for his clients. If you are serious about changing your life for the better, Dr. Reppert will lead you every step of the way.

Thank you for everything Dr. Reppert!  

- Kristy

The evidence-based approach:

Many chiropractors are stuck in the past, using old "theories" about health. As a professor teaching many nurses and future physicians, I believe that all health professionals can work in concert to help our patients. Instead of fighting the medical system, I embrace it, and attempt to improve it using my skill set.

Research tells us that exercise is the key to back pain. So, I'd be negligent to only adjust people. Unfortunately, this is what insurance pays for, and what many doctors do in their clinics. Why they don't read the research I don't know. But, I do know it gives me an opportunity to help this broken healthcare system, and help YOU improve the quality of your life

​Here, you'll get everything you need, and nothing you don't.

Move Well. Feel Well. Live Well. 

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