Dee Scott Stevens, DC

Chiropractor located in Blackfoot, ID

About Dr. Stevens


Dee Scott Stevens, DC, has been providing chiropractic care for nearly 30 years and has throughout his career treated many professional athletes, including Olympians, boxers, and football players. At Advanced Integrated Medical Center in Blackfoot, Idaho, Dr. Stevens is known for providing tender, loving care to all of his patients. He is an excellent listener and takes all of his patients’ concerns into consideration when formulating a diagnosis and treatment plan.

Dr. Stevens uses many techniques to improve patient health, including activator and diversified. He is also trained in the Palmer and Thompson technique.

Dr. Stevens received his Bachelor of Science in human biology and his doctor of chiropractic degree from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, California. He is a board-certified chiropractor, with specializations in pediatric, maternity, and sports-injury chiropractic care and is licensed to practice in the states of California, Idaho, and Utah.

Throughout his extensive career, Dr. Stevens has been recognized for many of his achievements. During his academic years, Dr. Stevens received the American Chiropractic Association Outstanding Senior award and recognition as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America. More recently, he received the Eagle Award, Hawk Award, and Top Flight Award from Advanced Management of Chiropractors.

Dr. Stevens is also the co-author of “Prospering in an OPL Environment,” which covers business prospects in optimum-performance living and is aimed at helping other medical providers find more creative solutions to health problems, while at the same time developing stronger connections with patients.

When he’s not at the office, Dr. Stevens is spending time with his family, which includes his wife, children, and grandchildren. Both he and his wife are also very devoted to their faith and serve in many capacities and callings at their church.