Matthew Irvin, DO received his Bachelor of Science in biology and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at A.T. Still University. He specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
As a young boy, Dr. Irvin was involved in a bike accident and an on-call orthopedic surgeon evaluated his leg. Seeing the different layers of the body and the components of how the body worked inspired him to learn more about medicine. Dr. Irvin considers the act of helping others to become their best selves the greatest privilege of his profession. Specializing in physical medicine allows him to alleviate pain that limits a patient’s ability to participate in activities that they enjoy. Dr. Irvin is a compassionate doctor; whose goal is to provide high-quality care and non-surgical interventions to improve daily life.
When he is not with his patients, Dr. Irvin spends the majority of his time with his family. He has been involved in sports throughout his life and is enjoying watching his boys play sports. He also enjoys spending time outside in nature.
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