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Dr. James LeFever & Dr. David Light Welcome You!

Dr. James LeFever, Dr. David Light and their team at Align Your Spine Chiropractic Wellness Center are focused on helping people feel and live better. We take the time to understand each individual’s specific needs through a complete analysis of your history, injuries and symptoms, and construct a treatment plan meant to alleviate the cause, rather than cater to its effects. Our complete approach to personal health utilizing the best chiropractic, massage therapy, nutritional expertise and complete dedication to your health from every member of our staff.

Those who know what chiropractic is—and what chiropractic isn’t, seem to get the best results in the shortest amount of time. Our team takes great pride in educating our community on what chiropractic is and what it truly means to be healthy and well. We’re looking to help any individual who values their health and wants a chiropractor who offers peace of mind. Our physicians are well versed in several techniques in chiropractic and physiotherapy modalities to achieve the most optimal results for you and your families needs.


Dr. LeFever utilizes a highly effective, scientifically based, and completely pain free form of upper cervical chiropractic care known as NUCCA, which stands for National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association. There is absolutely no twisting, cracking, or popping involved in the NUCCA Procedure. There are other forms of upper cervical chiropractic care including, but not limited to Atlas Orthogonal, Blair, Orthospinalogy, QSM3, etc., which all have different ways to approach the same concept as NUCCA. Most forms of health care, both medical and alternative, focus on the treatment of symptoms. Often times invasive and forceful, those treatments may provide temporary relief which requires frequent visits and does nothing more than mask the underlying problems. Dr. LeFever has simply found NUCCA, as well as other forms of upper cervical care, as something different to incorporate as a standard of chiropractic care.

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(702) 642-5446


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Structural misalignment and imbalance of the body can impact health and well being in a variety of ways. Often people are unaware of body imbalance. Some of the more common conditions that show improvement with Chiropractic care:

Allergies Dizziness Migraines
Arm Pain Ear Infections Multiple Sclerosis
Arthritis Facial Pain Neck Pain
Asthma Fibromyalgia Numbness
Back Pain Frequent Colds Sciatica
Bed Wetting Headaches Scoliosis
Carpal Tunnel High Blood Pressure Shoulder Pain
Chornic Fatigue Indegestion Sinus Problems
Depression Joint Pain Sleeping Difficulty
Digestive Problems Leg Pain Tinnitus
Disc Problems Low Back Pain TMJ

Align Your Spine Chiropractic Wellness Center is on the northwest edge of Summerlin in Las Vegas. We hope you enjoy the information within and share it with others. Thank you for visiting and remember to come back often!

"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."
-New England Journal of Medicine

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."
-Thomas Edison

"Health comes from above, down, and from the inside out."
-B.J. Palmer, Developer of Chiropractic

Dr. James LeFever | NUCCA Chiropractic Physician

Dr. David Light | Chiropractic Physician

Align Your Spine Chiropractic Wellness Center

10470 W. Cheyenne Ave., Suite 115
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Phone: (702) 642-5446
(702) 64-ALIGN

E-mail: Dr. James LeFever | Dr. David Light

| Serving communities throughout Summerlin, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas & Henderson in Clark County |

Meet the Doctors

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  • Dr. James LeFever

    Dr. James LeFever grew up in Temple, TX. He graduated Temple College with an Associate in Arts. He went on to study at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX. There he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic, a Bachelors of Science in Anatomy, and Bachelors of Health and Wellness.

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  • Dr. David Light

    Dr. David Light has lived in Las Vegas for over 20 years. He first graduated from Palo Verde High School with an advanced diploma and honors. He then graduated from UNLV with a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiological Sciences.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

"I have suffered from lower back and hip pain for several years. I recently underwent left knee surgery due to a sports injury which compounded my pain. Since seeing Dr. LeFever, I have stopped taking pain medication and can sleep through the night. Dr. LeFever took the time to explain what my problems were and made sure he addressed any issues I had. Thanks Dr. LeFever."

Charles H. / Las Vegas, NV

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