Meet Dr. Stewart

Local Roots

Dr. Mason Stewart, DC grew up on a small farm on Mica Peak outside of Liberty Lake, Washington. He has always been interested in health and nature, and firmly believes that the two are not only extremely similar, but inseparably interconnected. The complex web of life present in a thriving ecosystem is reproduced on a smaller scale in the human body.


Education

His drive to further understand the principles that determine success or failure in these complex life systems led him to Brigham Young University, where he studied health and business, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. His studies continued at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, where he earned a second Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and his Doctor of Chiropractic.


Muscle Activation Training

The search for more knowledge and experience led Dr. Stewart to pursue a fellowship at the Buhler AMIT Institute in Draper, Utah, where he studied muscle activation and nutrition for a year under doctors James Parker, Garrett Neff, and Craig Buhler. This intense, hands-on training gave Dr. Stewart invaluable one-on-one mentoring with the other doctors and the opportunity to see the extraordinary impact that muscle activation had on the Olympic, professional, and collegiate athletes that he worked with.


Health and Lifestyle Philosophy

True health is more than simply the absence of symptoms. Dr. Stewart strives to give each patient the care and education they need to achieve their goals of optimum health. This includes ensuring that all of their muscles are firing efficiently and that their spine and extremities move freely. He also offers counsel to patients on proper nutrition, physical activity, sleep, and stress management to help them reach both their wellness needs and aspirations.


Life at Home

Dr. Stewart and his wife Carissa have two wonderful daughters that keep them on their toes! They enjoy going on family walks around Post Falls and riding UTVs at Dr. Stewart’s childhood home on Mica Peak. Dr. Stewart was introduced to different ethnic foods while serving a two-year service mission in southeastern Brazil, and he and his family enjoy exploring different cultures through their cuisines, both at restaurants and with recipes tried at home. Dr. Stewart continues to cultivate his childhood passion for farming and enjoys learning about and practicing regenerative farming techniques that result in superior food quality and are environmentally supportive.

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