Paul Gideon



451 W. Linden Street, Allentown, PA 18102

Dr. Gideon has been a chiropractic patient since he was a young child and knows first-hand how chiropractic care can effectively aide in healing of musculoskeletal problems of the human body.  Dr. Gideon has years of experience in multidisciplinary settings working side by side with physical therapists, medical doctors, and surgeons to provide comprehensive care for patients.  Whether a patient suffers from motor vehicle, work or sports related injuries or just day to day aches and pains, Dr. Gideon is confident he can improve quality of life through the healing art of chiropractic.

Dr. Gideon is board certified chiropractic physician practicing in the state of Pennsylvania since 2010.  He obtained his undergraduate education at Wilkes University where he studied psychology with a focus in neuroscience.  Dr. Gideon was also a four year member of Wilkes’ Men’s Soccer program where he was part of the winningest teams in school history.  Dr. Gideon continued his graduate education at New York Chiropractic College located in the Finger Lakes region where he obtained his doctorate in chiropractic.  At New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Gideon received a solid foundation in evaluating, diagnosing and treating patients with multiple chiropractic techniques.  Dr. Gideon is passionate about continuing to learn and grow as a physician and has extensive post graduate education in physical rehabilitation and treatment of complicated injuries.  Dr. Gideon is a level one certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) provider.  The SFMA is a clinical movement based assessment for those that experience pain.  The SFMA diagnostic system identifies the cause of pain, not just the source by logically breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in structured repeatable assessment.

When not practicing chiropractic Dr. Gideon can often found running, biking, golfing, fishing or playing soccer throughout the Lehigh Valley, although he may struggle catching a fish or hitting a golf ball.  Future goals include continuing his SFMA education and obtaining his Diplomate in physical rehabilitation by the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (DACRB).