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JP Kallelis, DC


J.P. Kallelis, DC is a 1998 graduate of Life University in Atlanta. Shortly after graduating, he opened a private practice running a family wellness/ sports based office in Washington Crossing, PA. Dr. JP joined Advanced Spine and Sports Chiropractic in 2015 to assist Dr. Johnny as he was recovering from shoulder surgery, and, as a result, a partnership was born.

It is Dr. J.P.'s desire to serve his patients through chiropractic care and empower people to regain & maintain their health. This desire has been his prime motivating force for the last 20 years. It is his core philosophy that we need to continuously Adapt, Heal and Move- Motion is Life & Life is Motion!!

His unique soft tissue work (myofascial/ trigger point release) addresses muscle imbalances, as well as, his ability to free joint restrictions through the chiropractic adjustment, make for a powerful combination to "free up" problem areas in the musculoskeletal system. This technique has helped thousands of individuals get out of pain and maintain an active & healthy lifestyle.

Dr. J.P. is very active & has been involved in various races over the last two decades, from triathlons, runs & other multi-sport events, of many different distances. He currently enjoys road biking, swimming, functional training, & yoga. His wife, Amy, is a Central Bucks Elementary first grade teacher as well as an avid runner. They have three children and can often be found on the sidelines of sporting events cheering on their kids. As a family, they enjoy hiking, skiing, bike riding, and relaxing on the beach.

  • “I've been going to JP for almost 20 yrs. He made me a believer in chiropractors. I saw him heal my wife and adjust my neck after a car accident where I was transported to the hospital and they wanted to do surgery.” - Patricia G.
  • “Dr. JP Kallelis has been my “go-to” guy for years to put my spine in alignment, heal frozen shoulder, alleviate headaches... you name it.” - Laurie N.
  • “I mostly go for maintenance unless an acute issue occurs.” - Cynthia R.