Meet our Doctors
Kevin Turner, DC, CCEP, CGP, CF-L2, Certified GAPS Practitioner, Functional Medicine Practitioner, is a chiropractor and wellness expert and also a husband, father of three girls, along with a small scale farmer. Dr. Kevin loves to teach and equip his patients on how to live a vibrant and healthy life with the most natural means possible. He is also a featured speaker at numerous businesses, events, and organizations throughout the area. Since 2017 he has been serving as the team doctor for the Downingtown Rugby Football Club’s teams and is a proud supporter of the Downingtown Mountain Bike team.
Ashley Turner is a Board Certified Doctor of Holistic Health (BCDHH) and traditionally-trained naturopath. She is a homesteader and homeschooling mother of three girls. In addition to helping clients achieve their health goals through Functional Medicine, Dr. Ashley teaches classes on natural health and traditional food. She is also a contributor to the Weston A Price Foundation’s quarterly journal, Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and the Healing Arts. She recently completed her first book, Restorative Kitchen: a cookbook and lifestyle guide for reversing chronic disease and autoimmunity.
Felicia Devine, DC, BA is a Chiropractor and Wellness Practitioner, runner, cyclist, and former rugger. She was born and raised in Tucson, AZ, where her immediate family continues to reside. She initially attended University of Arizona, transferring to receive her BA in Biology with a focus in Neuroscience from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. She played rugby and received her Doctorate degree with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. She has a passion for the outdoors and for exploring our vibrant world. Her mission as a chiropractor is to bring awareness and restoration of health to the community she serves.. Her passion for holistic healing stems from personal experience of growth in self-awareness, mind-body-spirit integration, and empowerment through chiropractic treatment. She honors her patients for who they are, and as they are, with an abundance of love.