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Meet the Doctors!

  • Dr. Duke Lovetere

    Dr. Duke Lovetere has been treating families since 2009 at his practice in Greenland, NH. As a Chiropractor with much experience, he promotes the health and well being of his patients. The office is conveniently located just two miles from Portsmouth, off Interstate 95. 

    Dr. Duke Lovetere uses a 'whole person approach' when taking care of his patients. By combining the very best hands-on-technique, state of the art physiotherapy procedures, and providing the newest and best natural vitamins and mineral supplements on the market today, Dr. Duke is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.


    Hebron Academy
    Bentley College
    University of Maine
    Doctor of Chiropractic, Cum Laude, Life University


    Certificate of X-Ray theory and competence, Life University
    Chiropractic Biophysics certification
    Completion of parts I, II, III, IV and Physiotherapy, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Chiropractic Pediatric Certification, Detroit Michigan

    Memberships & Associations:

    Initiated and organized the Dave Young Foundation
    Special Olympic Coach and Sponsor 
    Hospital visits in character costumes
    Rotary Club
    Rye Lions Club
    NH Association for the Blind
    The United Way
    Crutches for Africa
    Pennies for Peace
    Jason's Ladder
    Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce

  • Dr Craig Hokanson

    Dr Craig Hokanson Graduated from Life University in 1997. After being in private practice for 14 years Dr. Craig moved to New Hampshire and joined our practice in the December 2017. Dr Craig brings another dimension to Duke Family Chiropractic with diverse Adjusting Techniques along with Functional Nutritional Medicine via Muscle testing and blood chemistry. Dr. Craig's goal is to help our patients spinal health as well as Nutritional health to assist them in living optimally healthy and self sustaining lives.


    Quinsigamond Community College
    Worcester State College 
    Doctor of Chiropractic, Life University


    Certificate of X-Ray theory and competence, Life University
    Physiotherapy Certification
    Completion of parts I, II, III, IV, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Orthospinology / Grostic upper cervical certification

    Memberships & Associations:

    National Awareness for Upper cervical Chiropractic
    American Chiropractic Association
    International Foundation for Nutrition and Health
    Chamber of Commerce

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8 - 9:30 & 11 - 12

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8 - 9:30 & 11 - 12

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Look what our friends on Facebook have been saying about us!

    "First chiropractic experience and they're AWESOME, after three sessions able to run and not be in pain afterwards. Absolutely worth it!"

    "Super friendly and helpful! I went in for some back pain and Dr. Duke and the team have been working very hard to sort me out! I would recommend their services to anyone!"

    "Duke family chiropractic is excellent. The staff there are super friendly and make you feel welcome. I've been going three months now, twice a week to get adjusted. My back and neck feel a whole lot better and pain free. I would recommend them to anyone who going through any pain."

    Want to see more, visit us on Facebook!"
    John Doe / Greenland, NH

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