Dr. Matthew Lewis, D.C., DACBN, CFMP® 

Founder, PROVOKE Health

Dr. Matthew Lewis, D.C., DACBN, CFMP® is the Founder of PROVOKE Health (previously Functional Healthcare Group), — a Tampa, Florida-based functional medicine and integrative healthcare practice that is committed to motivating, guiding, and supporting patients on their journey to regaining their confidence, resiliency, and health. By creating and co- managing highly personalized treatment plans that address complex health problems, Dr. Lewis and the team at PROVOKE Health repair patient’s confidence, resiliency, and health.

When you need a doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating chronic and complex illnesses, you can rely on Dr. Matt Lewis. His expertise and passion for health and wellbeing stem from his own personal experience. With a family history of autoimmune conditions and diabetes, as well as his own lab tests revealing a genetic susceptibility to autoimmune thyroid, Dr. Lewis has successfully restored his own health and vitality. He has managed to prevent the onset of these and other illnesses, allowing him to live an incredibly active life. Through this journey and continuous education, he has developed a profound understanding of health and wellbeing that surpasses that of most primary care physicians.

Dr. Lewis’s educational background includes:

  • Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner
  • Certified Digestive Health Specialist
  • Diplomate status in Clinical Nutrition
  • Doctorate in Chiropractic

Unlike other healthcare professionals who primarily address symptoms, Dr. Lewis focuses on identifying and treating the underlying causes of illness. By delving beneath the surface and understanding the intricacies of the body’s interconnected systems, his approach is highly effective for patients dealing with:

  • Autoimmune diseases, such as Type 1 diabetes and Celiac disease
  • Burnout, encompassing brain fog, memory loss, fatigue, depression, and anxiety
  • Digestive issues, including gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), bloating, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Environmental toxicity, involving exposure to mold, chemical sensitivity, idiopathic environmental intolerances, and environmental illness
  • Long Haul COVID
  • Lyme disease