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Dr. Noah Edvalson

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returns 12/31/2017

As a chiropractor trained at an evidence-based college, I am qualified to answer any musculoskeletal question. This includes questions related to nerves, joints, ligaments, intervertebral discs, tendons, muscles, fascia, etc… In addition, I have further certifications in acupuncture and functional medicine (also known as functional nutrition). This extra training will help me answer concerns about chronic, auto-immune, and degenerative conditions such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Allergies, Asthma, Migraines, and much more. I am not currently the best source for emergency medicine questions or those relating to prescription drug treatments for overt pathologies.

Experience in the area

Current owner of Boise Integrated Chiropractic PLLC


American Chiropractic Association American Chiropractic Association - Sports Council


Idaho Press Tribune


Graduated Summa Cum Laude as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Western States Chiropractic College. I am a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. I have also completed several courses on Functional nutrition and sports medicine. In addition, I am currently working toward a Naturopathic degree.

Awards and Honors

Valedictorian - Western States Chiropractic College Outstanding Graduate - Western States Chiropractic College Clinical Excellence Award - Western States Chiropractic College

Past/Present Clients

We see a wide variety of patients from all over Idaho. Many of our patients were injured playing sports, working, or in an auto accident. In addition, I treat many patients that haven't had results with their chronic conditions in other places. These patients present with a multitude of complaints - reflux, chronic halitosis, chronic constipation, fatigue, weight gain, and more. I use natural and proven therapies by treating each patient individually and by offering customized lifestyle, diet, and supplement plans.

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Recent Answers from Dr. Noah Edvalson

2016-07-26 concern about inexplicable pain:

This type of severe pain without a clear explanation/cause requires a further workup.  You should really consider having some imaging done and a proper examination to rule out any abdominal or pelvic causes

2014-07-25 gastritis? bloating:

While acupuncture may be helpful, I think you should visit a Naturopath or Functional Medicine practitioner.  I have very good success with IBS using my program that involves some lab tests, diet changes

2014-07-10 Problem with my shoulder and neck:

If you had a tear (confirmed by MRI), then you will need more than massage.  If it is a partial tear, you can rehab through it with a good PT.  If there is a full tear, you may need to have an ortho consult

2011-08-14 Weak Ankle:

This is difficult to tell without seeing your ankle and feeling what muscles and joints are involved.  I am inclined to think you sprained it and haven't rehabilitated it properly.  I would visit a sports

2011-01-02 Scoliosis and exercise:

I would get a second opinion.  This depends on age and the degrees of scoliosis.  I would seek out someone like a chiropractor that has been trained by CLEAR  (    As for


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