Kevin Chan, D.O., M.S., F.A.S.A

Specialty: Family Physician

Areas of Treatment: Integrative Holistic Medicine & Preventive Lifestyle Medicine

Years in Practice: 13+ Years

Description of Practice: Integrative Age Management Medicine & Preventive Lipidology; Medical Acupuncture & Classical Chinese Medicine

Areas of Expertise: Preventive Medicine, Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Oriental Medicine

Education/Degree: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine

Year Graduated: 1999

Fellowships: Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Board Certification: Diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine, American Board of Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine, Meta-Medicine Health Coach

Professional Society Memberships: American Osteopathic Association, Age Management Medicine Group, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, American Society of Angiology, National Lipid Association, International Meta-Medicine Association

Honors and Awards: Top Doc 2009 by Phoenix Health & Wellness magazine; Leading Physicians of The World 2012

Research Interests: Integrative approaches to heart attack and stroke prevention

Spoken Languages: English, Chinese, some Portuguese


Since starting his medical career in 1999, and relocating to Phoenix in 2006, Dr. Chan has had the privilege of caring for many patients and their families. He considers it an honor that he is able to help his patients and share in their quest for a healthy active life.

Dr. Chan has devoted the next phase of his medical career to providing comprehensive care for a smaller group of patients, who want to achieve the best possible health through the next decades of their lives. There is good scientific documentation that preventive medicine and attention to wellness can lead to longer, more active and vigorous lives.

Dr. Chan integrates traditional cultural wisdom with modern medical science, creating a truly holistic approach that focuses on diet, exercise, nutrition, and stress management. He addresses patients as a whole person, not just as an isolated set of symptoms. He takes the time to listen to patients’ history and looks at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can affect long-term health and cause complex, chronic disorders. Every year he will perform a thorough integrative cardiometabolic-focused physical to establish a health baseline and medical goals for a wellness program.

Together, with his patients, Dr. Chan strives for a proactive approach to keeping his patients healthy in the new paradigm of Integrative Age Management Medicine and Preventive Lipidology in the context of Classical Chinese Medicine that is deeply rooted in the strategic philosophy of Sun Tzu. He dedicates his skills, knowledge, and years of experience in medicine to his patients quest for optimum health and happiness.