Dyevo (dahy – voh) is an active lifestyle brand that empowers people to do more with life through holistic, efficient fitness and healthcare.

The Story is that…

…we’re constantly subjected to stress. It is what causes our bodies to degrade and perform less optimally. We become less energetic as metabolic processes become less efficient, our ability to work and learn declines as we can’t think as clearly, aches and pains develop as our bodies become less able to balance themselves. 


Fortunately, there is a solution.

The key is to stimulate our bodies to adapt to a stronger state so that they can better handle the various forms of stress that our bodies undergo. Our bodies work in such a way that their various systems are interrelated and thus, each have an effect on another either directly or indirectly.


When our bodies properly adapt, they are able to function or work better. Our bodies work better both physically and chemically. Physical movement is performed more easily, or more athletically, as the muscles, joints and other structures involved with movement, are in better condition while chemical processes in our bodies will be carried out more effectively as our bodies are more harmonized on both the hormone and neural levels.


In the end…

…the idea is to maximize our potential to be resistant to stress and thus, our bodies are more able to keep their state of equilibrium. In essence, we will function at a higher capacity.




Dr. Johnny Chang, DPT, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., CSCS, NSCA-CPT

  • Founder at DYEVO
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • Licensed Acupuncturist
  • Diplomate of Acupuncture (NCCAOM)®
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer
  • Kung Fu Gold Medalist (2nd World Traditional Wushu Championships ’06)

My Story

Ever since I was young, I’ve been physically active and inspired by physical movement as seen in gymnastics and martial arts. Shortly after, formal training and practice began in my early to mid teens. However, this also led to a cascade of injuries due to improper training as I had wanted to quicken my progress. I experienced a long haul of this cycle of rehabilitation and injury.

When it came time to decipher a field of study for higher education, Physical Therapy climbed its way to center stage.

Prior to completing my training for Physical Therapy, I desired to detail my understanding and application of exercise science which led to my credentials as a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

After experiencing these areas of expertise from the perspectives of a professional, I realized that there were limitations in the respective skill sets as each targeted certain systems in the body or had a relative general effect on the body.

Even though I had little exposure to Acupuncture in my early years, its ability to chemically adjust the body was a quality that intrigued me. Immediately after completing my Doctorate in Physical Therapy at New York Institute of Technology, I became enrolled and entered the Masters program for Acupuncture at New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Currently, I continue to practice clinical skills in Physical Therapy and Acupuncture but also skills in martial arts and gymnastics as well as keeping a functionally progressive exercise regimen for myself and for others.

I have every intention of using my skill sets to bring out the best in those I work with as I know that all people can be better.