1425 Eagle Ridge Dr.
Schererville, IN 46375


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566 N Indiana Ave
Crown Point, IN 46307



801 W. Glen Park Avenue
Griffith, IN 46319



Dr. Robert Newhalfen

Dr. Robert Newhalfen

Owner, Chiropractic Physician

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Dr. Robert Newhalfen is a 2010 graduate of National University of Health Sciences (NUHS). While at NUHS, Dr. Newhalfen received extensive training in the areas of diagnosis, adjustive technique, rehabilitation, gait analysis, soft tissue therapy, kinesio taping, nutrition, and acupuncture. After graduation, he has continued post-graduate coursework in the areas of motion palpation, biomechanics, McKenzie Therapy, functional rehabilitation, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Active Release Technique (ART), Global Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention (GRIP), pediatric rehabilitation, temporomandibular dysfunction (TMJ and TMD) and various other areas. Dr. Newhalfen has completed over 1000 hours of post-graduate coursework outside of his Chiropractic education. Dr. Newhalfen is also a Department of Transportation (DOT) Certified Medical Examiner. Dr. Newhalfen is a strong believer in “practicing what he preaches.” As he is continually learning and trying new things for the benefits of his patients, you can be assured that almost everything Dr. Newhalfen recommends for treatment is something he has actually tried himself. Dr. Newhalfen chooses to live a gluten-free life due to its many health benefits and is a member of the Paleo Physicians Network. Dr. Newhalfen lives in Frankfort, Illinois with his lovely wife Kristen, beautiful daughter Olivia, handsome son John and his awesome dogs Lucy and Scooter. He enjoys spending time with his family, exercising and eating lots of great food.


  • National University of Health Sciences Doctor of Chiropractic, December 16th, 2010
  • Illinois State University B.S. Biology, May 2006

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