Dr. Christina Gray has been a practicing chiropractor close to 30 years. Years of experience in the field has brought her an increased awareness of different body types and the solutions for those particular areas of sickness while focusing on the problem, not just the symptoms. “I help the patient find a lifestyle that will help them grow healthier as they age.”
“My passion is to stop sickness and disease by first aligning the spine and nervous system, creating homeostasis and equilibrium in the body therefore achieving optimal function which equals optimal health. This is done by detecting the subluxation and then removing the subluxation through a hands on, gentle spinal adjustment.”
Upon completion, Dr. Gray works with patients one-on-one to find out why their body is breaking down. After detecting spinal interference, there can also be nutrition problems, poor posture, improper sleeping habits, emotional or mental stress, or physical stress from work or home. Also, subluxation commonly occurs at birth. This is why Dr. Gray sees so many infants, babies, and children in the office. Having homeschooled her three children, she has a special interest in families that homeschool, providing them with the resources they need to thrive in their children’s education.
Dr. Gray utilizes today’s technological advances and maintains a state of the art sEMG (Static and Dynamic Surface Electromyography) instrument through the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance for actual spinal scans. The Insight sEMG technology is similar to the technology used in EKG/heart rate measurement. One primary difference is that the Insight sensors are 1,000 times more sensitive in detection, since the paraspinal muscles generate less electrical activity [action potential] than the heart muscle. The sensitivity and accuracy of the Insight technology is unsurpassed! Also used by NASA, this is one of the most exciting technologies in contemporary chiropractic practice and makes it a powerful tool for tracking outcome assessment results after you have been adjusted.
Christina is married to her husband Jodie of 38 years and has 3 grown children and 4 grandchildren.