Office Staff Doctors: Dr. Steele, Dr. Kelly, & McCoy,NP

Dr. Kevin Steele


 Dr. Steele has been practicing in Hampton Virginia since 1995 and is licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine. He was the first doctor on the Virginia Peninsula to open a clinic dedicated to treating injured patients within a multidisciplinary office setting; Medical doctors, Chiropractors, and Physical Therapists all working together to better treat their patients.          

  “Patients brought into the ER after a motor vehicle accident, who have suffered primarily soft tissue injuries, are not always made a priority. Hospitals have a sometimes daunting task of triaging their patients. Those who are the most sick and the most injured are treated first, and that’s how it should be. Unfortunately, if you are the one who shows up at the same time as someone having a heat attack, you may not be given the attention you would have liked. We have the luxury of not being in emergency care. We can give our patients the time and care they're looking for. We’ll make sure you have had all the appropriate diagnostics and get the proper treatment started right away.”            Dr. Steele

 To view Dr. Steele's full resume go to the Peninsula Chiropractic site.

Dr. Garrett Kelly

Medical Physician

Dr. Kelly graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1985. He did his residency in Family Medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Kelly has practiced in Virginia since 1988 and he is licensed in both Virginia and Illinois.

Dr. Kelly is accepting new patients at her office in Hampton on Woodland Road. To schedule an appointment, or just meet him, please call (757) 723-9131.

Harriet McCoy, NP, ABAAHP


Nurse Practitioner, Exercise Physiologist, Fellow, and Diplomate in the Clinical Science of Anti-Aging, American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners.  


Harriet McCoy has dedicated the majority of her healthcare career to the practice of wellness and longevity.  She began her work in regenerative medicine in 1982 while working for the Pritikin Longevity Center, the first nationally recognized longevity center in the U.S.  She was able to experience first-hand the effects of Mr. Pritikin’s regenerative approach to medicine, when, while following his program, she transitioned from a mediocre cyclist to a national-class competitor, making the U.S. national team in 1984, competing as a finalist in the 1984 Olympic Trials, and completing the Women’s Tour de France as a member of the U.S. team in 1985.


Throughout the years, Harriet McCoy has worked in multiple areas of medicine, including family practice, orthopaedics, neurology, bioidentical hormone replacement, stem cell therapy, and peptide therapy, all with a primary focus on longevity.  She has completed a fellowship in Regenerative and Nutritional Medicine through the Metabolic Medical Institute, and is a diplomate in the clinical science of anti-aging. She has advanced training and experience in nutrition, weight loss, exercise physiology, bioidentical hormone replacement, peptides, and stem cell therapy.  She continues to pursue her passion for improving quality of life, while maximizing longevity and optimizing wellness and function, by offering individualized treatments based on biochemical makeup and response to treatment.


Now over 30 years after her initial work at the Pritikin Longevity Center, Harriet McCoy is still striving to create physiologic balance and harmony based on each person’s own biochemistry, searching out the root causes of their symptoms.  She continues to pursue these goals through optimizing nutrition, exercise, hormone balancing, peptides, and stem cell therapy.

Now Accepting New Patients!