What long-time patients most love about Dr. Gay is that they feel like family when they walk into his clinic. That isn’t surprising, as chiropractic care has been in his family for two generations. ...When Dr. Gay was growing up in Bothell, Washington his chiropractor uncle adjusted all the kids in the family. Even after his own allergies and digestive issues were resolved, he loved watching his uncle at work and witnessing how much joy thousands of satisfied patients could bring.
His love for the chiropractic philosophy that enables the body to heal itself was already evident in Dr. Gay’s high school yearbook, where editors predicted he’d become a chiropractor and retire at an early age. He believes, however, that chiropractors never really retire because they never really stop yearning to help people.
What does wellness mean to Dr. Gay? Functioning at your optimal potential —physically and mentally. He strives to do just that while hiking, fishing, boating, and enjoying Mother Nature with his wife, family and friends.
Happiest when he’s helping people who want help, Dr. Gay is going on his 25th year of chiropractic care. He graduated with honors from Life Chiropractic College West in 1998